Ear and Hearing

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Editor-in-Chief: Brenda M. Ryals, PhD
ISSN: 0196-0202
Online ISSN: 1538-4667
Frequency: 6 issues / year
Ranking: Otorhinolaryngology 6/43
Audiology & Speech Language Pathology 4/25
Impact Factor: 2.517

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Editor's Award

​Editors' Award for best article published in 2015 

Easwar, V, Purcell, D, Aiken, S, Parsa, V, Scollie SD. (2015) Evaluation of speech-evoked envelope following responses as an objective aided outcome measure:  Effect of stimulus level, bandwidth, and amplification in adults with hearing loss, Ear and Hearing 36(6):635-652

Editors' Special Recognition

Ear and Hearing Supplement 1 (2015) "The Outcomes in Children with Hearing Loss Study"; J. Bruce Tomblin, Mary Pat Moeller, and OCHL collaborators​

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IMPORTANT NEWS FOR AUTHORS -    

Open Access Mandates and Options

Ear & Hearing now provides authors with an open access option which allows your article to be freely available to read, download and share from the moment it publishes. 

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Ear & Hearing is compliant with governmental and institutional funding agency public access requirements. As a service to our authors, LWW will identify to National Library of Medicine (NLM) articles that require deposit pursuant to the funding agency requirements.

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What's New in Ear and Hearing!

How Can Public Health Approaches and Perspectives Advance Hearing Health Care?

Explore the role of public health programs and themes on hearing health care. Ongoing engagement within the hearing professional community is needed to determine how to change the landscape and identify important features in the evolution of population hearing health care. Why and how to leverage existing public health programs and develop new programs to improve hearing health in older individuals is an important topic. Hearing professionals are encouraged to reflect on these themes and recommendations and join the discussion about the future of hearing science on a population level.Read now: July/August 2016 - Volume 37 - Issue 4 - p 376–380