February Plural Community

We are delighted to send you the February 2012 issue of our free content (and free to circulate) newsletter, Plural Community—featuring an article by Robert Goldfarb on problems of diagnosis in communication disorders.

Our regular features include our free-to-enter prize drawing, new books launched this month, and a listing of conferences where you can meet our people and browse our books. Click here to see the newsletter!

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January’s Plural Community

We are delighted to send you the January 2012 issue of our free content (and free to circulate) newsletter, Plural Community—featuring an article by James E. Peck on the little-understood issue of pseudohypacusis, or false and exaggerated hearing loss. Click here to read it!

Our regular features include our free-to-enter prize drawing, and a listing of conferences where you can meet our people and browse our books.

Thank you for reading on; we wish you and your families all the best for 2012.

Pocket references for ENTs on the move!

Plural has the perfect pocket resources for ENTs – like the newly released Otolaryngology Surgical Instrument Guide by Justin S. Golub, MD, and Nicole C. Schmitt, MD.

The definitive guide to more than 200 of the most frequently used surgical instruments in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery! Each chapter features professional photographs of instruments followed by detailed descriptions and tips for use. Conveniently organized by specialty, this book will be prove highly useful for residents, fellows, attendings, scrub nurses/technicians as well as advanced students.

Click here for more information and to order your copy today!

 

Plural’s 2011 Releases

Here at Plural we’ve released some fantastic titles in the last year.

 

     

In SLP we’ve had great titles like Wendy LeBorgne’s Rating Laryngeal Videostroboscopy and Acoustic Recordings and Karyn Lewis Searcy’s Here’s How to do Early Intervention for Speech and Language. For our full list of SLP titles click here!

 

     

 

In Audiology we’ve released great titles like Gary Lawson and Mary Peterson’s Speech Audiometry and Bre Lynn Myers Vestibular Learning Manual. To see all the Audiology titles we’ve released in 2011 click here!

November’s Plural Community Newsletter

The November issue of Plural Community is here! Click here to read it!

In this issue you can:

– enter to win a copy of The Deaf Child in a Hearing Family

 

– see our new releases, like Janice Chapman’s Singing and Teaching Singing: a Holistic Approach to Classical Voice, Second Edition

– read an article about Uganda’s first Speech-Language Pathologists by Helen Barrett

– and find out about the ASHA Foundation fundraiser held at the home of ASHFoundation board member, and Plural CEO, Angie Singh!

 

 

New Release!

Karyn Lewis Searcy’s new book Here’s How to do Early Intervention for Speech and Language has just been released!

 

Here’s How to Do Early Intervention for Speech and Language helps early interventionists develop approaches that jump-start the communication process, strengthen parent confidence, and promote healthier parent-child relationships.

Order your copy today!

 

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School SLP Programs

Jean Blosser’s fifth edition of School Programs in Speech-Language Pathology is coming out soon!

The new, fifth edition of School Programs in Speech-Language Pathology carries on the great work of its predecessors in focusing on service delivery, program design, and helping you organize and manage an effective program. Order your copy of Blosser’s text and our other great SLP texts here!

Coming Soon!

We are proud to bring you details of the upcoming release of Boothroyd and Gatty’s The Deaf Child in a Hearing Family.

 

 

The premise of this text is that deficits of nature can be offset by enrichment of nurture – that is, enrichment of the deaf or hard of hearing child’s auditory, cognitive, linguistic, and social environment in ways that will optimize development and learning. In this easy-to-read book, you will discover and understand the roles and tasks of the many people involved in the management of hearing loss in young children, and will gain tools to help you in providing an ideal learning and support environment for client and family alike.

As you might expect from authors of this stature, this is a must-have for any professional working with deaf or hard of hearing children. Order it here!

Brand New in Audiology!

Plural has just released a new audiology book by Sherri Jones, PhD, and Timothy Jones, PhD!

Jones and Jones’ book features foundational and up to date information on how genetics and embryology affect the ear and sensory organs. It is sure to be a great reference for students and faculty in the fields of audiology and otolaryngology, as well as for those in basic hearing sciences. Check it out here!