Students who get a clinical doctoral degree in audiology (AuD) at Utah State University (USU) learn how to evaluate, treat, and investigate hearing and balance disorders through educational, research, and clinical experiences that prepare them to work with individuals throughout the lifespan. All AuD students complete a clinical research project during the first two years of the program. To do this they team up with a faculty mentor to conduct high-quality research in a variety of topics. This experience fosters appreciation for evidence-based practice, enhances capacity to be a critical consumer of research, and is an opportunity to gain experience and knowledge about the process involved in contributing to the knowledge base of audiology, hearing science, and related fields. Upon completion of their project, they work with their mentor to submit a manuscript for publication and they give a public presentation of their work. Many of these projects are documented here.
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Well-being of Parents of Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Courtney P. Kasin, Karen F. Munoz, Clarissa W. Ong, John J. Whicker, and Michael P. Twohig
Parent perceptions of person-centered care: A randomized controlled trial of the Childhood Hearing Loss Question Prompt List for Parents, Karen F. Munoz, Shannon Edelman, Clarissa W. Ong, Holle Aungst, Kali Markle, and Michael P. Twohig