Hearing Conservation Through Partnership With Musicians

 Figure. Hearing Conservation, Musicians, Hearing Loss. iStock/cyano66. Source  Hearing Conservation Through Partnership With Musicians  The Hearing Journal. 70(3):16,18,20, March 2017.

Figure. Hearing Conservation, Musicians, Hearing Loss. iStock/cyano66. Source Hearing Conservation Through Partnership With Musicians The Hearing Journal. 70(3):16,18,20, March 2017.

Article on the Musician/Audiologist Interactions

The Hearing Journal recently published an article by Frank Wartinger, Au.D., titled "Hearing Conservation Through Partnership With Musicians"

Clinician's Perspective

The implicit distinction of hearing conservation services for musicians was discussed from the clinician's perspective with the hope of fostering more positive, supportive, and productive partnerships between clinicians and the musicians they serve. By better understanding the musician's goals and needs, audiologists can more effectively discuss performance-oriented aspects of hearing conservation interventions.

Musician's Perspective

In the next issue of The Hearing Journal we will explore the same clinician/client relationship from the musician's perspective. Contact Earmark Hearing Conservation to discuss your past experiences with audiology and how you would like to promote a productive interactions for mutual success.