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A. Introduction

The American Board of Audiology is conducting a large-scale national survey to gather data on the characteristics and activities of Pediatric Audiologists. The evidence gathered from this survey will help the ABA to update the test blueprint for the Pediatric Audiology Specialty Certification exam.
 
Your participation in the survey is critically important. You will be asked to rate the importance and frequency of activities performed in practice by Pediatric Audiologists. The survey takes about 30 minutes to complete. Please complete the survey by Monday, June 13.

If you provide your email address in Section D of the survey, you will be entered into a drawing to win one of several prizes ($25 gift cards, $50 gift cards, and complimentary full registration to AAA 2023).
 
Please note, if you are unable to complete the survey in one session, you can re-access the survey at the point that you exited, provided you use the same device. The survey will be accessible online until June 13. Your participation is voluntary and your individual responses will be confidential. If you have any questions or difficulty, please contact astafford@audiology.org. 
 
Thank you for your dedication to the profession and your assistance with this important work.
The survey is organized as follows:
A. Introduction
B. Pre-Survey Demographic Questions
C. Six Domains of Pediatric Audiology Practice
     1. Assessment and Diagnosis of Auditory and Vestibular Disorders
     2. Habilitation/Rehabilitation
     3. Case Management and Counseling
     4. Medical Audiology
     5. Professional and Regulatory Issues
     6. Educational Audiology
D. Summary and Post-Survey Demographic Questions
E. Optional Questions on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
You will be asked to rate the activities listed in each domain using these numbered scales:

IMPORTANCE:  How important is this activity to overall Pediatric Audiology practice?  
1 = Not important
2 = Minimally important

3 = Moderately important
4 = Important
5 = Very important                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
FREQUENCY:  How frequently do YOU perform this activity?
1 = Never, not part of my practice
2 = About Monthly or less

3 = About Weekly
4 = About Daily
5 = Several Times a Day

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* 1. Are you currently working in clinical practice as a Pediatric Audiologist or have you been in clinical practice (including educational audiology) within the previous twelve months? (If you select “NO” you will be guided to the end of the survey.)

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* 2. What percentage of your practice is clinical, as opposed to teaching in higher education, research and/or administration?

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