Editor's Corner This issue contains a list of citations of journal articles relevant to voice disorders accessed through Medline. This continues the tradition started, I believe, by Dan Boone in the March 1996 newsletter, in which he listed the 1995 abstracts. The last list was provided by Leslie in the March 1997 ... Editorial
Editorial  |   August 01, 1998
Editor's Corner
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Editorial   |   August 01, 1998
Editor's Corner
SIG 3 Perspectives on Voice and Voice Disorders, August 1998, Vol. 8, 2-3. doi:10.1044/vvd8.2.2
SIG 3 Perspectives on Voice and Voice Disorders, August 1998, Vol. 8, 2-3. doi:10.1044/vvd8.2.2
This issue contains a list of citations of journal articles relevant to voice disorders accessed through Medline. This continues the tradition started, I believe, by Dan Boone in the March 1996 newsletter, in which he listed the 1995 abstracts. The last list was provided by Leslie in the March 1997 newsletter (the 1996 abstracts). The current list picks up where Leslie left off. Unfortunately, increased vigilance to copyright infringements prohibits publication of the abstracts, as had been done in the past. Most journals copyright the entire article, including abstract, and so permission would be required from every journal to reprint the abstracts here. However, the citations are public domaine. I’ve included not only the full journal citation, but also the contacting author’s affiliation. That way, if you’re interested in reading the article, your choices are to access the journal in your local professional library, obtain the article through inter-library loan (ask your local reference librarian for help), or contact the author directly for a reprint. (Authors are always thrilled to know that someone is actually reading their work.) You can also access (free) Medline yourself if you can access the Web. Simply visit the National Library of Medicine at http://www.NLM.NIH.gov or call 1-800-272-4787 for information and help. Keeping up with current articles is difficult for all of us —everybody is over-scheduled— but there’s a lot of wisdom out there and the only way to continue to grow (both individually and as a profession) is to keep learning!
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