Established in 1947, The Hearing Journal is the leading publication in hearing healthcare, reaching more than 22,000 hearing healthcare professionals. Each month, the journal provides readers with accurate, timely, and practical information to help them in their practices. Read HJ to find out about the latest developments in patient care, technology, practice management, and professional issues. Popular features include Pathways, Hearing Matters, Clinical Consultation, Journal Club, and Building Blocks.
When it comes to providing students and teachers in nursing, medicine, and the health professions with the educational materials they need, our philosophy is simple: learning never ends. Everything we offer helps students bridge the gap between the classroom and clinical practice, while supporting healthcare professionals in their jobs.