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Audiology Without Borders

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   5/5/2016
Contains:  34 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.

Clinical Case Studies

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/3/2017
Contains:  57 items

Golden Rules

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   5/5/2016
Contains:  17 items

Hearing Matters

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   5/5/2016
Contains:  60 items
This column focuses on clinical impairments in the brain, how they affect hearing, and how to measure them, including using auditory brainstem response.

Patient Handouts

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/20/2017
Contains:  4 items

Journal Club

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   5/5/2016
Contains:  66 items

Pediatric Audiology

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/3/2017
Contains:  23 items

NAL News

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   12/20/2016
Contains:  7 items
Research updates from the National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL) in Australia.

Practice Management

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/24/2017
Contains:  6 items

Manufacturers News

Updated:   5/18/2016
Contains:  15 items

Special Series on Audiologic Rehabilitation

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   9/22/2016
Contains:  6 items

Trade Talk

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   9/23/2016
Contains:  6 items

Supplements

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   5/10/2016
Contains:  31 items

Our monthly enewsletter delivers exclusive online content from the same team that brings you the latest news in hearing health care. The articles in HJ Now focus on ideas from other hearing health care practices and supplement our print issue. Have HJ Now delivered as a convenient email right to your desktop by signing up for free at bit.ly/HJNowSignup.


Building Blocks

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/19/2016
Contains:  25 items

Classic MarkeTrak Studies by Sergei Kochkin, PhD

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/19/2016
Contains:  8 items

The Executive Director of the Better Hearing Institute parses the latest data to help hearing health care professionals understand the latest trends.


Gyl's Guide to Managing for Success by Gyl Kasewurm, AuD

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/19/2016
Contains:  30 items

Dr. Kasewurm finds new ways to help you manage your practice successfully.


Nuts and Bolts by Robert L. Martin, PhD

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/19/2016
Contains:  36 items

If it's part of the day-to-day hearing health care practice, you can be sure Dr. Martin has written about it here.


Pathways by Frank Musiek, PhD, and colleagues

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/19/2016
Contains:  16 items

Pathways focuses on issues related to the higher auditory system, with an emphasis on central auditory processing, neuroaudiology, and neurobiology of the central auditory nervous system.


Small Talk by Jace Wolfe, PhD

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/19/2016
Contains:  3 items

Dr. Wolfe takes an in-depth look at pediatric hearing health care.


Through the Otoscope by Michael J. Rensink, MD

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/19/2016
Contains:  17 items

A collection of Dr. Rensink's clinical column focusing on diagnosing patients using an otoscope.


Tinnitus Research

Creator:   The Hearing Journal
Updated:   4/3/2017
Contains:  46 items

Articles from the Hearing Journal on tinnitus — its causes, symptoms, and treatment.