Building on AJA's Legacy as a Pioneer As the American Journal of Audiology (AJA) enters its third decade of existence, I am honored, as the new editor for AJA, to build on the legacy that has been established by my predecessors. In preparing for this new role and thinking about today’s challenges confronting AJA, as well as ... From the Editor
From the Editor  |   June 2012
Building on AJA's Legacy as a Pioneer
 
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  • Larry E. Humes
    American Journal of Audiology
  • © 2012 American Speech-Language-Hearing AssociationAmerican Speech-Language-Hearing Association
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From the Editor   |   June 2012
Building on AJA's Legacy as a Pioneer
American Journal of Audiology, June 2012, Vol. 21, 1-2. doi:10.1044/1059-0889(2012/ed-01)
 
American Journal of Audiology, June 2012, Vol. 21, 1-2. doi:10.1044/1059-0889(2012/ed-01)
As the American Journal of Audiology (AJA) enters its third decade of existence, I am honored, as the new editor for AJA, to build on the legacy that has been established by my predecessors. In preparing for this new role and thinking about today’s challenges confronting AJA, as well as many other journals serving the discipline and the profession, I kept coming back to the importance of the timely dissemination of clinical research to audiologists. As the first of ASHA’s scholarly journals to be offered online, this focus on the timeliness of the distribution of information to clinicians and clinical researchers also builds on AJA's legacy as a pioneering journal in the field.
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