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Fall 2005 · Volume 17, Issue 3 (PDF file)
Hearing Loss in the Military: A Report from the National Academies of Science by Larry E. Humes, PhD
Making Noise About Quiet Classrooms by David Lubman, FASA
Determining When Hearing Loss is Work Related by Peter M. Rabinowitz, MD MPH
Summer 2005 · Volume 17, Issue 2
Sound Identification Training: Auditory Armament for the Battlefield by Dr. Doug Ohlin
Chair's Message by Richard W. Danielson, PhD
OHC Corner - Custom-Molded Hearing Protectors by Theresa Y. Schulz, PhD, CAOHC Immediate Past Chair
Hearing Conservation in the US - A Road Less Traveled (Final of a two-part series) by Tom Thunder, AuD, FAAA, INCE Bd. Cert.
Letter to the Author
Winter/Spring 2005 · Volume 17, Issue 1
Hearing Conservation in USA - A Road Less Traveled (Part one of a two-part series) by Tom Thunder, AuD, FAAA, INCE Bd. Cert.
OHC Corner - Bringing CAOHC to Procter & Gamble, Europe by Donald B Kirchner, MD, MPH, Deanna Meinke, MA, Laurie Wells, MS FAAA
Audiometric Baseline Revision: Separate or Single? by Laurie Wells, MS FAAA – CAOHC Course Director in Colorado
Noise Exposure Assessment for Extended Work Shifts – What Are the Options? by Dennis P. Driscoll, PE, Associates in Acoustics, Inc.