"This Is a Partnership Between All of Us": Audiologists' Perceptions of Family Member Involvement in Hearing Rehabilitation.

@article{Meyer2015ThisIA,
  title={"This Is a Partnership Between All of Us": Audiologists' Perceptions of Family Member Involvement in Hearing Rehabilitation.},
  author={Carly J Meyer and Nerina Scarinci and Brooke J Ryan and Louise Hickson},
  journal={American journal of audiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={24 4},
  pages={
          536-48
        }
}
PURPOSE The purpose of the study was to explore the perceptions of audiologists about the role of family members in hearing rehabilitation for older adults with hearing impairment (HI), the influence of family member involvement on outcomes, and factors affecting family members' involvement. METHOD A qualitative descriptive research study was undertaken. Using a purposeful sampling strategy, 9 audiologists were recruited. Audiologists participated in individual semistructured interviews… 
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