College of Health Professions


Department of Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology and Deaf Studies

 

Faculty and Staff

Diana Emanuel, Ph.D., CCC-A

Professor and Chairperson

Click here for Dr. Emanuel's home page

Pure Tone Hearing Screening in Schools: Revised

This video was developed based on research on the original video (posted at the end of the page). To see the results of the research, please read: Emanuel, D.C., Alterman, M., Betner, M., & Book, R. (2012) Development of a video for pure tone hearing screening in schools. Journal of Educational Audiology, 17, 62-76

Pure-Tone Hearing Screening in Schools: Revised (video)

Common Mistakes (video)

Commonly Asked Questions (video)

Complete Notes for Pure-Tone Hearing Screening in Schools: Revised Video

Notes on screening procedure only

Note on Common Mistakes Video

Notes on Commonly asked Questions Video

Sample test questions for all three videos (multiple choice format)

Practical evaluation checklist

Useful websites

If your institution blocks the access of YouTube videos, the videos are available in an alternate format courtesy of the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) at Utah State University at:

http://www.infanthearing.org/earlychildhood/library.html

This site also offers other resources for hearing screening.

 

This video is designed to be used as part of an overall hearing screening training program with the opportunity for hands-on practice under the supervision of licensed audiologists or speech-language pathologists with expertise in hearing screening.  Although the effectiveness of this training system has been demonstrated under controlled circumstances (See Emanuel, et al., 2012),  hearing screening is associated with some degree of false negative and false positive rate, which depends in part on training and in part on other factors that are outside the control of the creators of this video. 

 

The information on this video is not a substitute for an overall hearing screening training program.  A hearing screening is not a substitute for personal medical attention, diagnosis or hands-on treatment.

 

TOWSON UNIVERSITY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE OR RESPONSIBLE TO ANY PERSONS OR ENTITY FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE WHATSOEVER CAUSED OR ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN CAUSED (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, OR TORT) DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY OR FROM YOUR USE OF THIS VIDEO.  YOU HEREBY RELEASE AND FOREVER WAIVE ANY AND ALL CLAIMS YOU MAY HAVE AGAINST TOWSON UNIVERSITY, ITS OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES AND AGENTS FOR LOSSES OR DAMAGES YOU SUSTAIN IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR USE OF THIS VIDEO, EVEN IF TOWSON UNIVERSITY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. USE OF THIS VIDEO CONSTITUES UNDERSTANDING AND ACCEPTANCE OF THESE PROVISIONS.    

Original Version of Pure Tone Hearing Screening in Schools (Emanuel, 2002)

 

 

 

 


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