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 ONLINE FIRST SEPTEMBER 15, 2011  

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Vietnam mission proves as rewarding for teachers as patients

Utah State University grad students spend a month training teachers to work with hearing-impaired children


Action for Deafness donates to developing nations

Volunteer Chris Wingrove sets out on a mission to Cambodia, Uganda, and Sri Lanka


Manufacturers battle for dollars in Chinese and Indian hearing aid market

Over $1billion is up for grabs in the Asian hearing market and that number will almost double by 2017.



 FROM THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE HEARING JOURNAL

CONVENTION PREVIEW: 'Innovate like Edison' at IHS

An exclusive look at what’s to come at this year’s International Hearing Society Convention in Boston.


Plugging into technology brings hearing care to developing nations
By Judith Nemes

Teleaudiology holds promise in bringing hearing care to remote areas throughout China, India, and Africa.


NUTS & BOLTS: What do you do?
By Robert Martin, PhD

Let us pick your brain by answering these questions about different aspects of your practice.




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