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 ONLINE FIRST JULY 30, 2011  

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HJ NOW: New look, new news

We’ve enhanced our monthly enewsletter with a new look and a new name! Editor Brande Victorian looks at what’s in store.


The Hearing Journal Directory is now online!

Keep up to date with the industry’s most comprehensive listing of hearing health care manufacturers, distributors, service providers, and associations—now available online.


Ahead-of-print: Improving the effectiveness of directional microphones
By Josef Chalupper, PhD, and Yu-Hsiang Wu, MD, PhD

Soft Level Directivity can improve the signal-to-noise ratio when speech and noise are soft.



 FROM THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE HEARING JOURNAL

HearUSA rolls out AARP Hearing Care Program to 45 states and counting
By Sara Bloom

Three years after its debut, the AARP program is showing signs of success, but HearUSA’s bankruptcy filing might complicate matters.


Becoming a better preceptor: The clinic as classroom
By Craig W. Newman, PhD, Sharon A. Sandridge, PhD, and Sharon A. Lesner, PhD

Learning does not take place in a vacuum, and using the clinic as a classroom helps students gain hands-on practice.


The legacies of Ira Hirsh and Robert Jirsa
By Craig Formby, PhD, and Frank Musiek, PhD

Two modern-day scholars remember the pioneering work of researchers who came before them.




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