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Sweetow, Robert W.
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Hearing Journal. 68(4):8,9,12,14, April 2015.
Hearing Journal. 63(11):9-10, November 2010.
Tinnitus is one of the most common and most distressing complaints encountered by hearing healthcare providers. While there is no universal cure, progress is being made. In this special issue, advocates for a wide variety of new approaches to tinnitus present their evidence.
Sweetow, Robert W.; Sabes, Jennifer Henderson
Sweetow, Robert W.; Sabes, Jennifer Henderson Less
Hearing Journal. 63(11):11-12,14-15, November 2010.
Hearing Journal. 60(9):26-31, September 2007.
The author proposes that the basic battery of measures now used to evaluate a hearing aid fitting be replaced with an assessment of how effectively a patient's treatment enhances his or her ability to communicate.
Hearing Journal. 58(6):10-16, June 2005.
Although successful hearing aid fittings can help patients hear better again, amplification does not automatically improve their listening ability, which may have been impacted by their impaired hearing over many years. The author makes the case for providing auditory training so that patients can make the most of their new hearing aids.
Sweetow, Robert W.; Henderson-Sabes, Jennifer
Sweetow, Robert W.; Henderson-Sabes, Jennifer Less
Hearing Journal. 57(3):32-35,38,40, March 2004.
Report on an individualized new therapy intended to incorporate listening skills enhancement with communication strategies.
Hearing Journal. 54(2):28,30,34,36-37,40,42-43, February 2001.
With the arrival of several new hearing aid categories, the author contends that the whole nature of dispensing may be on the verge of evolution.
Hearing Journal. 52(3):10,12,14,17, March 1999.
Hearing Journal. 47(4):10,45-46,48, April 1994.
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