UNHS Technology: Standards and Selection

Instructor: Dr. Judith A. Marlowe, PhD, FAAA, CCC-A, Executive Director Audiology & Professional Relations

Universal newborn hearing screening is the entry point for Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) systems. The effectiveness of a screening program depends upon validated and reliable technology that can be operated by a variety of personnel. Prior to the development of automated screening technology, implementation of newborn hearing screening programs was not feasible clinically or economically. Today, a key responsibility for institutions and stakeholders implementing sustainable newborn hearing screening programs is an understanding of the issues addressed in this educational session including:

  • the unique requirements for newborn hearing screening technology,
  • the advantages and limitations of screening methods identified as options in clinical guidelines and best practices documents
  • the essential factors that should be considered when selecting technology and establishing protocols for newborn hearing screening.

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UNHS Technology: Standards and Selection 01:00:00
Certified knowledge Quiz
UNHS Technology: Standards and Selection – The Quiz 00:20:00

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