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Audiology Without Borders

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Created:   1/31/2013
Contains:  22 items
The Audiology Without Borders column highlights the works of humanitarian hearing healthcare programs and is edited by active humanitarians Jackie Clark, PhD, and King Chung, PhD. Dr. Clark is a clinical associate professor in audiology at the University of Texas at Dallas, and Dr. Chung is an associate professor of audiology at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. Want to see your humanitarian program featured in Audiology Without Borders? Send a 1,000-word manuscript to HJ@wolterskluwer.com. Photographs are welcome and should be at least 300 dpi in jpg, tif, or gif format.

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Audiology in Zambia: Gaining Strength in Numbers

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First Person: Our Mission to Create a Worldwide Web of Humanitarian Research and Service

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Using Culture to Improve Hearing Healthcare on a Remote Reserve

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First Person: How the London-Based Charity Sound Seekers is Evolving as It Enters Its 55th Year

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Medical Ministry International and Ears Inc. Bring Audiology Care to Dominican Republic

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Save the WHO Program for Hearing Loss Prevention

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Come Together to Provide First-Class, Sustainable Audiology Care in Guatemala

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Moving Toward Hearing Health for All

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Should Humanitarian Hearing Healthcare Providers Be Concerned about Ethical Practices? Part Two: Doing What's Best

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Should Humanitarian Hearing Healthcare Providers Be Concerned about Ethical Practices? Part One: Need for Continued Engagement

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World Wide Hearing Takes Fast Track to High-Volume Hearing Aid Fittings

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In Timor-Leste, a Bumpy, but Rewarding, Road to Hearing Healthcare

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CanHEAR Uganda Sets Sights on Sustainability

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IHHAPP Addresses Barrier to Hearing Aid Fittings in Developing Countries

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Australian ENT and Audiology Reach Out to the South Pacific

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Teleaudiology Brings Better Hearing Healthcare to Australia's Outback

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A Global Approach to Pediatric Hearing Loss in Vietnam

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EARS, Inc., Provides Hands-On Audiology Training in Underserved Countries

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Solar-Powered Success for Hearing-Impaired in South Africa

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Health Promotion in the Amazon Region

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