The mission of the Australian Association of Audiologists in Private Practice (AAAPP) is to promote and support clinical practices owned by Audiologists.
The Australian Association of Audiologists in Private Practice (AAAPP) stands for quality, integrity and independence in hearing and balance care. Our Association promotes a high standard of knowledge and reputable conduct amongst audiologists in private independent practices.
Our members hold specialized University qualifications in audiology and adopt quality clinical and ethical standards.
We support independent choice of devices based on individual need identified through professional diagnostic assessment.
The executive committee which meets regularly to oversee our association, is made up of:
Dr Ross Dineen (President)
Dr Celene McNeill (Vice President)
Robin Laing (Treasurer)
Peter Cichello (Committee Member)
Grant Collins (Committee Member)
Anthony Crittenden (Committee Member)
Rachel Deane (Committee Member & Secretary to Victorian Consumer Affairs)
Elaine Melville (Committee Member)
Tricia Sharples (Committee Member)
Myriam Westcott (Committee Member)
Dr Louise Collingridge is our Executive Officer.
We offer our members information, networking and support. We foster good relationships with other related professional organizations. AAAPP represents its members in joint projects with other organizations. We conduct educational seminars and provide business support through our Excellence in Education Programme. We decide questions of professional ethics and conduct of members, according to our Code of Ethics. We promote and support independent audiology practice.