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Volume 7

Consumer Headphones Improve Music Appreciation in Patients with Hearing Loss

Tanya Wolfram and Jiong Hu share the results from their study showing evidence that consumer grade headphones could help improve the appreciation of music in patients with hearing impairment.

A Hearing Conservation Education Program for Music Students

The authors write about how the results from their study demonstrated that a hearing conservation program could be beneficial to students of early music careers.

Volume 3

Implementing an Effective Hearing Conservation Program for Dental Students

Of the 10 million individuals with hearing loss living in the United States many have developed noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) from exposure to occupational noise. This paper by Monika Sharma and colleagues looks at one specific occupation at risk for NIHL, the field of dentistry.

Establishing Clinical Normative Data for Wideband Tympanometry Measurements

For Wideband Tympanometry Measurements (WBT) to be more widely implemented in clinical settings, normative data that are collected from specific clinical populations are needed. The primary goal of this study is to establish WBT normative data for the population served at University of the Pacific Hearing and Balance Center in San Francisco, US.