Chapter 1. The Cornerstones of Relationship-Centered Communication
Chapter 2. Practical Applications of Descriptive Models of Care
Chapter 3. Practicing In-Person Relationship Centered Communication
Chapter 4. A Blended Approach to Relationship Centered Communication
Chapter 5. Monetizing Relationship Centered Communication in the Era of Self-Directed Care
As hearing aid technology becomes more automated and easier to use for persons with hearing loss, the need for humanistic interactions with a professional is more important than ever. Relationship-Centered Consultation Skills for Audiologists: Remote and In-Person Care is a how-to guide for clinicians who want to provide evidence-based, holistic care to persons with hearing loss. By focusing on person-centered communication, this practical text is an incredible tool for providers who utilize both in-person and remote telehealth approaches to care.
With new disruptive technologies, it is crucial to adapt to a changing marketplace. The material in Relationship-Centered Consultation Skills for Audiologists: Remote and In-Person Care is practical and straightforward to implement for the busy clinician.
- A concise book that describes how relationship-centered communication can be implemented in any hearing care practice and why relationship-centered communication will be a key differentiator in the era of self-directed and remote care
- Scientifically validated frameworks that describe relationship-centered health care
- Evidence-based models of human behavior associated with the chronic condition of hearing loss
- Holistic approaches to utilizing relationship-centered communication during both in-person and telepractice appointments with help seeking individuals
- A turnkey method for implementing blended hearing care using relationship-centered principles
Brian Taylor, AuD, is the director of scientific and product marketing for Signia, a division of WS Audiology. He is also the editor of Audiology Practices, a quarterly journal of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology and editor-at-large for Hearing Health and Technology Matters, a leading industry blog. Dr. Taylor has authored several peer reviewed papers and textbooks and is a highly sought out lecturer. He has nearly 30 years of experience as a clinician, business manager, and university instructor. Dr. Taylor received his AuD from Central Michigan University and lives in Golden Valley, MN.