MARTHA HARNEY

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MARTHA HARNEY, M.S., CCC-A, F-AAA

Martha has been a member of the audiology faculty in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of Washington since 2001.  She provides clinical supervision to Audiology students in the area of adult diagnostics and amplification. She also coordinates clinical placements and the fourth year externship for UW AuD students.  Martha received her undergraduate degree from San Jose State University in California and her Master’s degree from the University of Washington.  Prior to 2001 Martha provided diagnostic and amplification services to adults and pediatrics for ten years at Group Health Cooperative in Seattle, WA.  Martha has been a Board member and Audiology Team lead for the summer teacher and professional training program in South Vietnam with the Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss since 2009. Through these experiences she enjoys sharing the experience of cross-cultural professional collaboration with her graduate students.

 


Posts by MARTHA HARNEY

  • WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14TH

    Celebrations Since the Viva o Som clinic is relatively new to this community, outreach to the community is an important part of their activit..Read more

  • TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13TH

    Another busy day at the clinic!  We saw a wide range of patients – from a family who simply wanted to come by to say hello to a little girl (Luna) who was previously diagnosed with a severe to prof..Read more

  • MONDAY NOVEMBER 12TH

    Patients Arrive! We arrived in Parintins late Sunday night. Parintins is on the Amazon River on the island of Tupinambarana. Despite the geographic remoteness..Read more

  • SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11TH

    A walk in the forest... We landed in Manaus late Saturday night and were greeted by Livia de Santos. Livia is an audiologist for Oticon, Brazil and she will b..Read more

  • FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9TH

    An Amazon River Adventure A little over two 2 months ago, Brazil was not on my horizon. That is when I heard about Project Amazon. The Oticon Foundation and A..Read more