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September 2004 - Volume 57 - Issue 9
pp: 4-64



Page Ten features research by five future stars of audiology


NON-PATHOLOGICAL FACTORS AFFECTING INFANT HEARING SCREENING OUTCOME USING TEOAE

Herbig, Rebecca

The Hearing Journal. 57(9):10,12, September 2004.

Earlier this year, the American Academy of Audiology cited five up-and-coming researchers. Their award-winning investigations are summarized in this special edition of Page Ten.


Evidence mounts that the road to growth runs through the MD's door

Bloom, Sara

The Hearing Journal. 57(9):19-20,22,24, September 2004.

Last month, HJ published the results of a study showing the effectiveness of the Better Hearing Institute program that encourages physicians to refer patients to hearing professionals. This month, our cover story features interviews with practitioners who explain how the BHI or other programs have enabled them to cultivate fruitful relationships with MDs.

Progress achieved in setting standards for hearing aid/digital cell phone compatibility

Victorian, Tom; Preves, David

The Hearing Journal. 57(9):25-29, September 2004.

Two leaders in the long quest for compatibility between hearing aids and digital wireless cell phones issue a progress report.

The hearing aid occlusion effect: Measurement devices compared

MacKenzie, Douglas J.; Mueller, H. Gustav; Ricketts, Todd A.; More

The Hearing Journal. 57(9):30,34-36,38-39, September 2004.

The authors report the findings from a study testing the effectiveness of various types of equipment for measuring occlusion.







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