A Critical Review of Audiological Outcome Measures for Infants and Children

@article{Bagatto2011ACR,
  title={A Critical Review of Audiological Outcome Measures for Infants and Children},
  author={Marlene P. Bagatto and Sheila T Moodie and Richard C. Seewald and Doreen J Bartlett and Susan Scollie},
  journal={Trends in Amplification},
  year={2011},
  volume={15},
  pages={23 - 33}
}
  • Marlene P. Bagatto, Sheila T Moodie, +2 authors Susan Scollie
  • Published in Trends in amplification 2011
  • Medicine
  • Outcome evaluation is an important stage in the pediatric hearing aid fitting process, however a systematic way of evaluating outcome in the pediatric audiology population is lacking. This is in part due to the need for an evidence-based outcome evaluation guideline for infants and children with hearing loss who wear hearing aids. As part of the development of a guideline, a critical review of the existing pediatric audiology outcome evaluation tools was conducted. Subjective outcome evaluation… CONTINUE READING

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