The Martha E. Jones Pediatric Audiology Center at CID (Central Institute for the Deaf) is accepting applications for a 4th year Audiology Externship up to September 10, 2021. The Pediatric Audiology Program is part of the CID School program which has a long history of providing educational and speech and hearing services to children with hearing loss. CID uses a listening and spoken language approach.
The audiology program provides a full range of re/habilitative audiologic services including behavioral hearing evaluations, device evaluations (hearing aids, cochlear implants, and DM systems) and programming, parent counseling and educational outreach. Audiologists work closely with educators in the parent infant program and the school addressing the speech and language and hearing needs of the children. The extern will participate in all aspects of the audiology clinic including earmolds, selecting/verifying hearing aids, programming and verifying cochlear implants for children, fitting FM/DM systems and participating in the planning of appropriate auditory training goals. Through observation and guided supervision, the extern will assist counseling families regarding hearing loss, device options and the cochlear implant mapping process.
3 letters of professional recommendation
transcripts, at least for graduate work
send to firstname.lastname@example.org;
mail: 825 South Taylor Ave, St. Louis MO 63110
Primary Practice Setting:
Educational audiology/school setting Other Population ages Birth to 3 years; School ages 3-13 years
Number of Audiologists at the site:
0 FTE Masters Degree 3 FTE Au.D. 1 FTE Ph.D. 0 FTE Other Doctorate (ScD) 0 FTE professional support staff (technicians/audiometric assistants) 1 FTE Clerical Support Staff
Number of Audiology Students each year:
0 1st year AuD Clinical Rotations 1 2nd year 1 3rd year 1 4th year Externships
Will interview travel be compensated?
Continuing education opportunities?
Yes limited; externs may attend local workshops with CID Audiologists
Expected hours/days a week:
Travel to satellite centers required?
Local students preferred:
Does the externship site provide orientation to relevant clinical policies and procedures?
Does the externship site provide instructions about patient's rights and providing patient education?
Does the externship site provide orientation to quality assessment, quality assurance and quality improvement?
Externship site expects the extern to have mastered these skills before they begin their clinical externship:
Audiometry Earmolds Hearing Aid Programming Cochlear Implant Troubleshooting DM Experience ABR screener/DPOAE
Externship site expects the extern to learn/demonstrate these skills during their clinical externship:
CI Mapping Behavioral observation Counseling Troubleshooting Verification
Clinical opportunities that will be given to the extern:
Pediatric evaluations: infant/toddler
Pediatric evaluations: school-age
Adult hearing evaluations
Auditory processing evaluations
Evoked potential assessments
Intra-operative monitoring cases
Hearing aids dispensed
Hearing aid selection/fitting
Audiologic rehabilitation (group or individualized)
Cochlear implant evaluations
Cochlear implant rehabilitation
No clinical /daily research in areas of interest can be considered
Consortium or collaborative arrangements with other sites?
How frequently will the externship site communicate with the university during the externship?
Communication or other support do expected or required from the university during the externship:
Sept. 10, 2021
Letters of Recommendation Resume Transcript Phone interview Letter of request/intent Other cover letter; optional submission of short power point slide presentation to enhance packet
Steps for the student/university to follow in the application process:
contact Kathy Holtman, AuD with interest; Sending hard copies to CID Audiology, 825 S. Taylor Avenue, St. Louis MO 63110 or electronic pdf copies to email@example.com
Contact Person: (preceptor, supervisor or extern coordinator)
The Martha E. Jones Pediatric Audiology Program at CID is part of the School and early intervention Family Center which has a long history of providing educational and speech and hearing services to children with hearing loss. The CID audiology program provides a full range of re/habilitative audiologic services including behavioral hearing evaluations, device evaluations (digital hearing aids, cochlear implants, and FM/DM systems) and programming, parent counseling and educational outreach.
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