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  1. A. True positive (hit rate) - hearing loss
    B. False positive (false alarm) - no loss
  2. -D
    -Correct rejection
    -pass screening
    = no loss
  3. "innovators tend to be believers"
  4. •Accuracy in correctly identifying disordered subjects
    •Accurately identifying that they have a disorder
    •A= they passed it and they do have problems
    •Want to be high
    •Few under-referrals
    •A/(A+C)
  5. A. True positive (hit rate) - fail
    C. False negative (miss rate) - pass
  6. client's unique characteristics and circumstances
  7. B. False positive (false alarm) - fail
    D. True negative (correct rejection) - pass
  8. C. False negative (miss rate) - hearing loss
    D. True negative (correct rejection) - no loss
  9. is not simply research support but integration of best research with clinical expertise and client values
  10. -A
    -Hit rate
    -failed screening
    = hearing loss
  11. -C
    -Miss rate
    -pass screening
    = hearing loss
  12. -paucity of research, no "gold standard"
    -Huge gap in our knowledge base
    -Service delivery factors
  13. •Accuracy in correctly rejecting patients without disorder
    •Want to be high
    •Few over-referrals
    •D = they passed it and they don't have a problem
    •D/(B+D)
  14. dosage, scheduling, group vs. individual, direct vs. consultative
  15. •Your over all accuracy
    •Ability to accurately identify differentially the disorder
    •Need to look at for each test we use to see how well it tells us what we want to know for example reduced sensation levels. If it is positive it has a high sensitivity; however, if it is negative it does not mean you do not have a cochlear loss so the specificity is high. You need to realize what each of your tests is saying or not saying. •(A+D)/(A+B+C+D)
  16. Research, clinical expertise, and client values
  17. -B
    -False alarm
    -failed screening
    = no loss