Anybody out there?
Tom Boismier, MPH
teb at mailgw-vtc.oto.med.umich.edu
Fri Mar 3 08:06:36 EST 1995
In article <3j4r3m$1f6 at geraldo.cc.utexas.edu> sirianni at uts.cc.utexas.edu (Jeffrey Sirianni) writes:
>Well, we are now up and running !!
>Susan Moreland will be posting a revised "Scope of Discussion" for
>people who find this group, but are unsure to what it entails. As
>for now, the floor is basically open for questions and comments.
Great, I will forward the "Scope" to the audiologists and otologists here at U
of Michigan once posted.
BTW, I am a (for lack of a better term) "vestibular specialist" for the past
10 years, not an audiologist. I'm assistant director of U of M's Vestibular
Testing Center, providing computerized ENG, oculomotility, rotary chair,
dynamic posturography and rehabilitation therapy services. We also have
(unpaid) 8-12 week externships for 2nd year audiology students, and 6 month
fellowships for post-docs interested in vertigo. We offer 2 day courses on
Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy 1 or 2 times per year, with CME credit. The
director and I also do 3 day seminars for the audiology programs at the
public universities here in Michigan, to introduce students to the practical
issues with vestibular testing. Any discussion of these topics would be great!
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