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SIG 18 Perspectives Vol. 4, No. 1, March 2014
SIG 18 Perspectives on Telepractice, March 2014, Vol. 4, C1-C4. doi:10.1044/teles4.1.1
SIG 18 Perspectives on Telepractice, March 2014, Vol. 4, C1-C4. doi:10.1044/teles4.1.1
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Teleaudiology Model Considerations, by Krumm
1. The most important component of a telepractice program is:
2. Asynchronous systems are largely applicable for:
3. The author feels one of the most powerful modes for diagnostic teleaudiology is:
4. According to the author, a good teleaudiology program should include ongoing:
5. An inclusive component important for any teleaudiology program is:
Listening and Learning: Using Telepractice to Serve Children and Adults With Hearing Loss, by Galvan, Case, and Houston
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