Voice Disorders

Voice Disorders was described in Doody’s as “… an exceptionally informative book…. An excellent resource of current information on the assessment and management of patients with dysphonia… A must read for graduate students in speech-language pathology.” this book captures the science and art of clinical voice.

Supplemented by numerous case studies and illuminated with video examples on a free accompanying DVD, this text is a global bestseller. Find out why; Please read on for more information and order your desk copy right now.

Excellent Review of Sleep Medicine in JAMA

The new book Sleep Medicine  received a wonderful review in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

Here’s an excerpt:

“…Because Sleep Medicine provides such a good overview of the field as a whole, it will be useful for family and pediatric physicians as well as nurse practitioners. And because of the exceptionally detailed and well-presented overview of the structural and mechanical aspects of the upper air-way, how these aspects contribute to the development of OSA, and the thoroughness with which the different treatment options are discussed, this text will likewise prove to be an excellent resource for trainees as well as practicing specialists in sleep medicine.”

Read the full review and order your copy here!

New Audiology Textbook Receives 4-star Review from Doodys!

We are excited to share that our new audiology textbook entitled “Human Auditory Evoked Potentials,” by Dr. Terence Picton, received 4-stars from Doodys!

Ryan McCreery, M.S.(Boys Town National Research Hospital), DOODY’S REVIEWS, (December 2010):
“4 STARS! The book is conceptually divided into three major sections. The first section provides in-depth background on the measurement of auditory evoked potentials, including basic physiological concepts and general measurement considerations. The second section outlines specific auditory evoked potentials and the measurement of those responses. The third section covers specific applications of auditory evoked potentials, including infant hearing assessment, neurotology, auditory neuropathy, and cochlear implants. This group of chapters provides a unique perspective on the applications for auditory evoked potentials. This [book] is a comprehensive overview of a wide range of auditory evoked responses for clinicians and researchers. The chapters on applications of auditory evoked potentials for neurotology, auditory neuropathy, and cochlear implants are important elements.”