Telehealth for Tinnitus (0.1 AAA/Tier 1 CEUs)
Recorded On: 07/27/2021
- Non-member - $55
- Member - $30
- Student - $10
Telehealth for Tinnitus
Presenter(s): Richard Tyler, PhD
Duration: 60 minutes
CEUs: 0.10 AAA/Tier 1
Instructional Level: Intermediate
Program Focus: Skills
Learning Outcomes: Upon completion, each participant in the eAudiology Web Seminar will be able to:
- Describe the importance of connecting to the patient.
- List advantages and disadvantages or audio versus audiovisual connection.
- Describe how to use Tinnitus Activities Treatment via telehealth
Connecting with tinnitus patients remotely can be convenient for your patients and you! The same principles are important about connecting; being a good listener, and showing that you care. Audio connections can be easier; audiovisual can be preferable for others. Our clinic brochure offers 30- and 60-minute sessions. Sometimes they complete our Tinnitus Primary Functions Questionnaire before. Audio-visually, we can show images from our Tinnitus Activities Treatment in a structured counseling approach. Telehealth can precede and follow clinic visits, where hearing aids and sound therapy devices are provided.
Richard Tyler, PhD, Audiologist, Psychoacoustician
Dept of Communication Sciences and Disorders
I received a B.Sc. (Communication Disorders) and a M.Sc. (Audiology), at the University of Western Ontario. I then received a Ph.D. in Psychoacoustics from the University of Iowa. I am currently a Professor in Otolaryngology and in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Iowa. I have been a visiting scholar in China, South Africa, Australia, Sweden, Poland, Germany and France. I was made an Honorary Professor in The Society of Medicine and Natural Science, at the University of Parma, Italy, (2016) for my contributions to the Cochlear Implant field. My main areas of interest include tinnitus, hyperacusis and cochlear implants. I edited, Cochlear Implants: Audiological Foundations, the Tinnitus Handbook, Tinnitus Treatments, and A Consumer Handbook of Tinnitus. I have served on several grant review committees for NIH, VA, DOD and others. I have served on committees for the National Science Foundation, the World Health Organization, the Department of Defense, the American Academy of Otolaryngology, and the Veterans Administration. I see tinnitus patients weekly, and host an annual Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Treatment Workshop.
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