Profile

Cover photo
Lana Joseph
Worked at The Audiologist to Be.Com
Attends Washington University in St. Louis
84 followers|141,890 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideosReviews

Stream

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 
Don't allow yourself to be behind times. Utilize social media to foster more patient engagement!
1
Add a comment...

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 
What a great read! 
Getting readers is complicated. Getting readers is hard. As a new blogger, don't make it harder by tripping over these common launch mistakes.
1
Add a comment...

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 
**
How to deal with a supervisor who treats you
unprofessionally By Lana M. Joseph Creator of The Audiologist to Be.Com When I
first began my fourth year Audiology externship, everything was perfect. Like
most doctoral audiology students I was excited! I was e...
1
Add a comment...

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 
One way to start the New Year off right.
1
Add a comment...

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 
Light the Fire. Push for Change. Advocate for Direct Access.
Joshua Sevier Doctoral Audiology Student By Guest Blogger Joshua Sevier  As current and aspiring audiologists, we are in a profession
that has continuously met legislative challenges. For example, before a Supreme
Court ruling in 1978, which was advocated...
1
Add a comment...

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 
Beautiful story on how a loving father was inspired by his daughter's difficulty with her hearing aids. Inspiration is definitely everything!
1
Add a comment...
Have her in circles
84 people
Celebrities WorldWide's profile photo
Lana Joseph's profile photo
Jason White's profile photo
John Robert Powers's profile photo
Lowe Audiology's profile photo
tariful islam's profile photo
MARIE BROWN's profile photo
GapGeneration Church's profile photo
Andy Lau's profile photo

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 
Why under utilizing social media for patient engagement is like dropping your phone in the toilet
By Dr. Lana M. Joseph,  Creator of The Audiologist to Be.Com A few days ago I was in the local library reading a
book entitled, “The Social Media Bible” by Lon Safko. In this book Safko
offered a comprehensive guide to mastering social media channels. He al...
1
Add a comment...

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 
It can be difficult to have a tough supervisor, however, you have to know how to best handle difficult situations. 
1
Add a comment...

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
1
Add a comment...

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 
Students are getting involved in the movement for direct access! Check out this great guest post on Audiology Advocacy from Joshua Sevier, AuD student at Pacific U!
1
Add a comment...

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 

Check out my latest post on how I spent my Valentine's Day weekend giving back to former NBA legends at the #2014NBAALLSTAR Games in New Orleans. With the help of Ear Q, I was able to provide free hearing screenings, otoscopic exams, educational materials, and hearing aid demos to players and their families. Click the link below to read all about my experience with the NBA Legends.
1
Add a comment...

Lana Joseph

Shared publicly  - 
 
Audiologists and hearing professionals, want to learn how to utilize social media and blogs to capture your target audience? I can help! Contact me today!
1
Add a comment...
People
Have her in circles
84 people
Celebrities WorldWide's profile photo
Lana Joseph's profile photo
Jason White's profile photo
John Robert Powers's profile photo
Lowe Audiology's profile photo
tariful islam's profile photo
MARIE BROWN's profile photo
GapGeneration Church's profile photo
Andy Lau's profile photo
Work
Occupation
Avid blogger and Doctor of Audiology student
Employment
  • The Audiologist to Be.Com
    Blogger
Basic Information
Gender
Female
Story
Tagline
I am Lana Joseph, entrepreneur, social media expert, writer, doctoral audiology student, and creator of The Audiologist to Be.Com Blog.
Introduction
I initially created The Audiologist to Be.Com to publicly share my own experiences in Audiology School. For it afforded me a means to express my own thoughts and opinions on happenings in Audiology without any restrictions. It was not until after reading David H Kirkwood’s article entitled, “Why I Blog” in the Hearing Review that I realized the even greater potential that blogging could afford to Audiology.
 
 
Bragging rights
Blogger, writer, entrepreneur, future doctor of audiology, audiology advocate, social media expert, business consultant, instructor, chemist, former athlete, current Saints fan <Who dat?!>
Education
  • Washington University in St. Louis
    Doctor of Audiology, present
  • University of New Orleans
    Master of Science in Health Care Management
    Concentration in Public Health
  • Nicholls State University
    Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
Links
Contributor to
DON'T BRING YOUR PET HERE IF HE OR SHE BECOMES ILL. Didn't have a bad experience until September last year. My 3 year old miniature pinscher was nipped by another dog while walking in the park. I brought my dog to Dr. Kevin Louiviere who gave my dog a topical cream and antibiotic, Trimethylprim Sulfate. One week later my dog became very ill. But we had no idea what caused his illness. Brought him back to Expressway Animal Hospital. The vet noticed that my dog had a high fever and said that they would take a blood sample. He placed my dog in a cage. 8 hours later, the sample was never done because they were out of the needed equipment. Instead of calling me so that I could go to another animal clinic, the vet allowed my poor dog to remain caged for 8 hours without help. Poor baby was very weak. It took 3 days before they finally could draw a sample, which came back with concerning results. Still vet stated that my dog would be fine. At 3 am that morning my family and I rushed my dog to the emergency hospital due to lethargy. The emergency vet stated that he needed help right away. To make a very long and depressing story short, about 2 weeks later we had to put my baby to sleep. Cause of death according to the vet at SE Animal Hospital in Metairie was an idiosyncratic reaction to the drug Trimethylprim Sulfate. After doing extensive research, we found articles stating to NEVER give Trimethylprim sulfate drugs to this breed. This was the worse experience I have ever had. Though the clinic was contacted regarding my dog's passing, I never received condolences or an apology from this place. Never even received a follow up call to see how he was progressing. Now my poor baby is gone forever. Just because of the vet's lapse of judgement. Sad thing is, according to a second opinion. My dog didn't even need the antibiotic.
• • •
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
1 review
Map
Map
Map