1 course title clinical practicum in audiology 2 2 course number 1804356 3 credit hours (theory, practical) 1 (prac

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Course title
Clinical Practicum in Audiology 2
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Course number
1804356
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Credit hours (theory, practical)
1 (Practical)
Contact hours (theory, practical)
4 (Practical)
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Prerequisites/corequisites
1804355
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Program title
Bachelor of science in Hearing and Speech
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Program code
1804
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Awarding institution
The University of Jordan
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School
Rehabilitation Sciences
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Department
Department of Hearing & Speech Sciences
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Level of course
Undergraduate/fourth year
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Year of study and semester (s)
2020/2021, first semester
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Final Qualification
Bachelor degree in Audiology and speech pathology
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Other department (s) involved in teaching the course
None
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Language of Instruction
Arabic and English
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Date of production/revision
September, 2020
16. Course Coordinator:
Office numbers, office hours, phone numbers, and email addresses
should be listed.
Soha Garadat, Associate Professor
Office number: 434, ext: 23272
Sunday and Tuesday, 12-2
[email protected]
17. Other instructors:
Office numbers, office hours, phone numbers, and email addresses
should be listed.
Name: Wala Alaqrabawi
Office number: 432
Phone number:23263
Email: [email protected]
18. Course Description:
As stated in the approved study plan.
This course aims to provide students with training to practice
evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of individuals with hearing
impairments under direct supervision of the audiologist. Participation
in department discussions and activities will be expected.
19. Course aims and outcomes:
A- Aims:
This undergraduate level course focuses on the clinical skills in
basic audiology testing: otoscopy, tuning fork tests, tympanometry,
air and bone conductions pure tone audiometry, speech audiometry and
physiological assessment.
B- Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs): Upon successful completion of
this course students will be able to
1.
Program ILO: Demonstrate deep knowledge of the basic human
communication processes, as well as the nature of speech,
language, and hearing.
Specific Course ILO(s):
1.
Understand the route of the patients’ visit to the audiology
clinic
2.
Have a good understanding of the previously acquired audiologic
skills
3.
Have a good understanding of speech audiometry and otoacoustic
emission
4.
Be able to interpret the results of evaluation
Program ILO: Identify and apply the basic principles and methods of
prevention, assessment and intervention for individuals with
communication and hearing disorders.
Specific Course ILO(s):
2.1. Evaluate information in order to be able to recognize, select and
plan appropriate techniques for successful investigation of auditory
disorders in adults.
Program ILO: Apply the basic clinical skills in working with
individuals with communication and hearing disorders.
Specific Course ILO(s):
3.1. Demonstrate ability to obtain case history effectively,
accurately, and minimal expenditure of time
3.2. Be able to perform pure tone audiometry with and without masking
on real patients under full-time supervision
a.
be able to perform tympanometry on real patients under
supervision
3.4 Be able to perform acoustic reflex (ipsi lateral and contra
lateral) on real patients under full-time supervision.
2.
3.5 Be able to perform daily calibration (stage A checks).
3.
3.6 Be able to perform otoacoustic emissions on fellow students.
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3.7 Be able to perform speech audiometry on fellow students.
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3.8 Be able to analyze and interpret different case studies.
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3.9 Be able to perform hearing screening under full-supervision.
Program ILO: Formulate specific and appropriate intervention plans.
Specific Course ILO(s):
NA
2.
Program ILO: Conduct appropriate diagnostic monitoring procedures,
therapy or other actions safely and skilfully.
Specific Course ILO(s):
5.1. Be able to clinically manage patients with different disorders
and make correct diagnosis.
7.
Program ILO: Write professional reports for patient with
communication and hearing disorders.
Specific Course ILO(s):
NA
3.
Program ILO: Apply principles of evidence-based practice in the
assessment and intervention processes.
Specific Course ILO(s):
7.1.
8.
Program ILO: Identify ongoing effectiveness of planned activity
and modify it accordingly.
Specific Course ILO(s):
NA
9.
Program ILO: Analyze the criteria of each assessment and
intervention approach and accordingly choose the best technique
for each individual case.
Specific Course ILO(s):
NA
10.
Program ILO: Employ time management skills in dealing with case
loads and in delivering intervention for individual cases.
Specific Course ILO(s):
7.1 Demonstrate skills in working collegiately and effectively with
case loads
11.
Program ILO: Demonstrate commitment to lifelong learning,
teamwork, scientific research, analysis, interpretation, has the
ability to think critically and solve problems, and uses
technology to monitor, manage, analyze, and transfer information
to generate knowledge and employ it for future uses.
Specific Course ILO(s):
a.
Demonstrate skills in working collegiately and effectively with
others as a member of a team.
12.
Program ILO: Demonstrate the ability to take responsibilities and
exercises their rights and duties within the value system of
society and their public morals.
Specific Course ILO(s):
NA
20. Topic Outline and Schedule:
Topic
Week
Instructor
Achieved ILOs
Evaluation Methods
Reference
Orientation & introduction
1
Soha Garadat
1.1
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training: Case history, otoscopic examination,
immittance measurements, and report writing
2
Soha Garadat
1.2
1.4
2.1
3.1
3.3
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training: Pure tone, speech audiometry, masking,
and report writing
3
Soha Garadat
3.3
3.4
3.8
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
Readings
Practical clinical training: Pure tone, speech audiometry, masking,
and report writing
4
Soha Garadat
1.4
3.2
3.8
5.1
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training: Pure tone, speech audiometry, masking,
and report writing
5
Soha Garadat
1.3
1.4
2.1
3.7
3.8
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Midterm exam
6
Soha Garadat
3.5
5.1
3.8
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training: Daily calibration, troubleshooting, case
studies, and report writing
7
Soha Garadat
1.1
1.2
1.4
2.1
Exam
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training: Otoacoustic emission measurement,
interpretation, and report writing
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Soha Garadat
1.4
3.6
3.8
5.1
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training:
Early detection and monitoring of ototoxicity and noise (measurements,
interpretation, and report writing)
9
Soha Garadat
1.4
2.1
3.8
5.1
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training: Auditory brainstem response
10
Soha Garadat
1.4
3.8
5.1
7.1
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training: Auditory brainstem response
11
Soha Garadat
3.6
3.9
7.1
8.1
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training: ASSR measurement, interpretation, and
report writing
12
Soha Garadat
1.4
5.1
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training: ASSR measurement, interpretation, and
report writing
13
Soha Garadat
3.6
1.4
3.9
7.1
8.1
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Practical clinical training: Open lab to complete all required
clinical assignment
14
Soha Garadat
3.8
5.1
Discussion, demonstration of clinical skills
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
Final exam
15
Soha Garadat
1.1
1.2
1.4
2.1
Exam
Lectures, clinical training,
readings
21. Teaching Methods and Assignments:
Development of ILOs is promoted through the following teaching and
learning methods:
Direct Instruction
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Structured orientation lectures
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Skills and procedures demonstrations
Interactive Instruction
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Clinical conferences and case presentations
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Seminars and discussions
Experiential Learning
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Experiential learning in clinical setting
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Simulation
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Hands-on learning
Independent Study
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Self-directed literature review and synthesis to address problems
in a specific case study
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Reflective Journaling
Blended Learning
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Combined face-to-face classroom practices with computer-mediated
activities regarding content and delivery of course topics
Evidence Based Practice
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Integrate research methods & results in the learning process
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Reflective assignments & projects
22. Evaluation Methods and Course Requirements:
Opportunities to demonstrate achievement of the ILOs are provided
through the following assessment methods and requirements:
Midterm 30%
Assignments 20%
Final 50%
23. Course Policies:
Attendance policies:
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Attendance will be taken periodically throughout the semester.
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Students are expected to attend and actively participate in all
classes.
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Students are expected to be on time.
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When the student is unable to attend class, it is a courtesy to
notify the instructor in advance using either e-mail or phone.
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Repeated tardiness or leaving early will not be accepted.
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Students who miss class (or any portion of class) are responsible
for the content. Any student who misses a class has the
responsibility for obtaining copies of notes, handouts,
assignments, etc. from class members who were present. If
additional assistance is still necessary, an appointment should be
scheduled with the instructor. Class time is not to be used to go
over material with students who missed class(es).
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An absence of more than 15% of all the number of classes, which is
equivalent of ( 8 ) classes, requires that the student provides an
official excuse to the instructor and the dean.
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If the excuse was accepted the student is required to withdraw
from the module.
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If the excuse was rejected the student will fail the module and
mark of zero will be assigned as suggested by the laws and
regulations of the University of Jordan. Please refer to pages
133, 134 of the student handbook.
B- Absences from exams and handing in assignments on time:
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The instructor will not do any make-up exams.
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Exceptions for make-up exams and late submission of class
assignments will be made on a case-by-case basis for true personal
emergencies that are described as accepted by the regulations of
UJ (e.g., documented medical, personal, or family emergency).
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Make-up exams will be arranged if justifications for missing the
exam satisfy the above. It is the student's responsibility to
contact the instructor within 24 hours of the original exam to
schedule a make-up session. A make-up exam should be taken within
a week from the original exam date, unless the student can provide
documentation that makes meeting that deadline impossible;
otherwise, the recorded score for that exam for the student will
be a zero.
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Late assignments will not be accepted and submission of
assignments (due to unjustified absence from class) by other
students will not be accepted regardless of how much work the
student put into its preparation.
C- Health and safety procedures:
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Students will not be in direct contact with patients during this
course.
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Students are not expected to use any heavy tools or equipment that
might impose health and safety issues during this course.
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Students should work safely, including being able to select
appropriate hazard control and risk management, reduction or
elimination techniques in a safe manner in accordance with health
and safety legislation.
*
Students should understand the importance of and be able to
maintain confidentiality.
*
Students should understand the importance of and be able to obtain
informed consent.
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Students should know the limits of their practice and when to seek
advice or refer to another professional
D- Honesty policy regarding cheating, plagiarism, misbehavior:
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Students are expected to observe all University guidelines
pertaining to academic misconduct.
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Any work submitted by a student for academic credit must be the
student's own work. Submission of work taken directly from another
source (e.g., book, journal, internet, clinic forms, or another
student work) will be considered plagiarism and the student/group
will get a zero grade for that work if part of an assignment. In
addition, if copying occurred, both the student who copied the
work and the student who gave material to be copied (if
applicable) will receive a zero for the assignment.
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Students are expected to do work required for assignments on their
own. Asking other instructors at the JU clinic or the staff, or
other students to assist in or do any part of the assignment for
them will negatively affect their grade on that assignment. The
course instructor is the person the student needs to talk to if
s/he has any difficulties pertaining to an assignment or project
and is strongly encouraged to schedule an appointment with the
instructor if such difficulties arise during the semester.
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Course materials prepared by the instructor, together with the
content of all lectures and review sessions presented by the
instructor are the property of the instructor. Video and audio
recording of lectures and review sessions without the consent of
the instructor is prohibited.
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Any forms of academic misconduct will be handled according to the
University of Jordan guidelines.
E- Grading policy:
Grading for this course will be determined based upon the accumulation
of points for variety of assignments and exams. All work will be
evaluated on completeness, organization, clarity of information, and
the integration and application of the material.
F-Available university services that support achievement in the
course:
The University of Jordan provides many services to support social,
health, and mental well-being of students in general and students with
disabilities in specific. Students are advised to visit the Faculty of
Students Affairs to learn more about those services. If you are a
student with a disability for which you may request accommodations,
please notify the staff of Services for Student with Disabilities
(Faculty of Students Affairs) as soon as possible. Please also contact
the instructor as soon as possible (email is acceptable) so the
appropriate accommodations for this course can be made.
F- Available university services that support achievement in the
course:
24. Required equipment: ( Facilities, Tools, Labs, Training….)
Equipments that will be used:
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Computer
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Overhead projector
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Speakers
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Audiologic equipment (otoscopy, audiometer, tympanometer, OAE, and
ABR)
Sound booth
25. References:
Required book (s), assigned reading and audio-visuals:
A.
Martin, Clark (2003). Introduction to Audiology 8th ed. Pearso
education, Inc
B.
Katz, jack (2002). Handbook of clinical audiology.5th ed.
Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia.
BSA, British Society of Audiology recommended procedures.
Recommended books, materials, and media:
26. Additional information:
Name of Course Coordinator: Soha Garadat, Ph.D Signature: - Soha
Garadat - Date: 10\11\2020
Head of Curriculum Committee/Department: Soha Garadat, Ph.D Signature:
Soha Garadat
Head of Department: Soha Garadat, Ph.D Signature: Soha Garadat
Head of curriculum committee/Faculty: Professor Ziad Hawamdeh
Signature: Z.H
Dean: Professor Ziad Hawamdeh Signature: Z.H
Copy to:
Head of Department
Assistant Dean for Quality Assurance
Course File
QF-AQAC-03.02.1.2
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