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We have an important question:

Are you involved in the Oregon Academy of Audiology? Do you have any input on what happens to your licensure in the future? High-five if you are involved!!!

If not, we think you should consider getting involved, become a member and volunteer.

Now, more than ever, it is imperative that audiologists who are in private practice, the hospital setting, ENT offices, the educational setting, etc. and yes those at the VA, are all involved in the future decision-making process at the state level.

You cannot look away anymore and hope someone else looks out for our best interests. As you know, not everyone involved in the decision-making for the profession of audiology at the state level is an audiologist.

There are many reasons, but mainly because your scope of practice is defined by your state licensure, not by federal statute, and not by your national professional organization. It is also important that someone like you is involved in your state academy because of the ever-changing nature of hearing aid sales, HIS attempting to change their scope of practice, and there will be a need for licensure laws to be reviewed and updated as OTC hearing aids come into the market.

Send an email to oregonaudiology@gmail.com to inquire about volunteering, asking what you can do because this is SO important right now. You cannot join after the stuff hits the fan because it will probably be too late.

Join now, get involved today!

Current Events:

Join our Oregon Audiology Google Group!  You can find it as OregonAudiology.

Upcoming events

    • January 21, 2023
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Supporting Patients and Families Near End-of-Life

    Amanda Stead, PhD

    Course Abstract:

    This course will introduce issues related to end-of-life care, including the contemporary experience of dying in America, standard care settings, and patient values at the end of life. This course introduces topics related to end-of-life care, including how and where people die, the role of allied health professionals and the application of ethical principles in end-of-life situations, and the issues of grief, spirituality and the "good death."

    Learner Outcomes-

    After this course participants will be able to:

    • Explain key concepts of ethical principles relating to dying patients.
    • Describe issues related to providing quality end-of-life care.
    • Identify goals of care for the dying patient.
    • Describe the spiritual, psychological, social, and physical aspects of dying.


    About Dr. Stead

    Amanda Stead, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, CHSE is an Associate Professor and the Coordinator of Simulation Education in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Pacific University. It is her personal goal to educate students and the community about the critical role speech-language pathologists play in the care of patients with dementia and in end-of-life care. In addition to teaching a course in progressive illness and dementia, Dr. Stead teaches graduate SLP courses in geriatrics, counseling, and aphasia and teaches numerous other allied health professional students in end-of-life care at Pacific University. Additionally, she has trained thousands of SLPs through continuing education events in best practices related to serving patients near the end of life. She has received honors for her teaching from the Oregon Speech- Language and Hearing Association (2013), Pacific University (2019), and the American Speech- Language and Hearing Association (2022). Her research examines the pedagogy that best prepares future clinicians for work with geriatric patients and the development of high-quality healthcare simulations.




    (Academy CE Provider) is approved by the American Academy of Audiology to offer Academy CEUs for this activity. The program is worth a maximum of  0.2 CEUs (2 Contact Hours). Academy approval of this continuing education activity is based on course content only and does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedure, or adherence of the event to the Academy’s Code of Ethics. Any views that are presented are those of the presenter/CE Provider and not necessarily of the American Academy of Audiology.

    This course is pending AAA CE approval.

    • May 02, 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual

    Save the date! Widex will be presenting on their newest technology post AAA. 

    More details soon.

Past events

November 10, 2022 The Emerging Relationship Between Cognition and Audition
October 23, 2022 Fall Silent Auction!
October 08, 2022 Annual Member Meeting
October 07, 2022 Catch Up with Audiology!
October 07, 2022 Exhibitor Registration for Fall 2022 Social
June 04, 2022 Diversity & Inclusion: Infrastructural Change
April 09, 2022 Another Option for SSD: CI Candidacy and Evaluation
March 17, 2022 Group discussion for families of children who are deaf, hard of hearing, or deafblind
March 07, 2022 Breaking Barriers
January 25, 2022 Intersection of Racism and Audism in Early Hearing Detection and Interventions Systems
December 11, 2021 OAA Board Meeting
November 06, 2021 Annual Members Meeting
October 25, 2021 OAA + ADA AuDacity 2021
September 11, 2021 Incorporating Diversity Science into your Practice
August 03, 2021 Let’s Make Some Noise about MAASA
July 07, 2021 Smartphone Security for Audiologists
May 26, 2021 Securing the Future of Audiology: Collaboration in Action
May 15, 2021 Cultural Proficiency: A Way Forward in Audiology, Part 2
March 06, 2021 Cultural Proficiency: A Way Forward in Audiology, Part 1, PM Session
March 06, 2021 Cultural Proficiency: A Way Forward in Audiology, Part 1, AM Session
February 09, 2021 Widex Virtual: Innovations in Performance in Noise Evaluation
February 04, 2021 Phonak + AB Virtual Series: Marvel CI, Connecting Recipients With The Moments They Love
January 09, 2021 Mindfulness: Finding Ease in the Storm
October 16, 2020 OAA Fall Conference in Partnership with ADA
January 06, 2020 Lantos Technologies Presentation
November 01, 2019 Oregon Academy of Audiology Fall Conference 2019 - Corvallis, OR
November 01, 2019 Exhibitor Registration: Oregon Academy of Audiology Fall Conference 2019
September 28, 2018 Fall 2018 Collaborative Conference OAA + WSAA
September 28, 2018 Exhibitor Registration: Oregon & Washington Collaborative Fall Conference 2018
February 17, 2018 KidsFest Northwest - OAA Booth!
February 03, 2018 28th Annual Mayo Clinic Audiology Conference -- $10 for MEMBERS!
October 13, 2017 Fall 2017 Collaborative Conference
October 13, 2017 Exhibitor Registration for Fall 2017 Collaborative Conference
May 13, 2017 Register NOW! Spring 2017 Audiology Collaborative Conference
February 04, 2017 27th Annual Mayo Clinic Audiology Conference -- $10 for MEMBERS!
October 07, 2016 Vendor/ Exhibitor Registration for Fall 2016 Conference
October 07, 2016 Fall 2016 Conference! Attendee Registration
May 14, 2016 Register today! Spring 2016 Audiology Conference
February 06, 2016 26th Annual Mayo Clinic Audiology Conference
October 02, 2015 Fall Conference at Salishan -- Vendor/ Exhibitor Registration
October 02, 2015 Fall Conference at Salishan-- Attendee Registration
May 16, 2015 Audiology Conference, Spring 2015! Registration now OPEN
February 07, 2015 Mayo Clinic Audiology Conference
October 17, 2014 Fall 2014 Conference

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