Tag Archives: Speech-Language Audiology Canada

Trivia Quiz: Noise-Induced Tinnitus and Hyperacusis

This year, 2020, is the International Year of Sound. May is Speech and Hearing Month in Canada. By taking steps now to reduce harmful noise, we can make our communities quiet, healthy, and accessible for everyone.

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Summary of Articles by Jan L. Mayes 2010-2020

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Mayes, Jan L. (2020, April 8). A noise control cure for noise-induced tinnitus and hyperacusis. thequietcoalition.org

Mayes, Jan L. (2019, Oct 5). Education report: Canada federal air pollution plus noise pollution public policy.

Mayes, Jan L. (2019, Feb 18). Urban noise levels are high enough to damage auditory sensorineural health. Sound and the Healthy City, special issue of the Cities and Health Journal, Routlegdge. DOI 10.1080/23748834.2019.1577204

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Tinnitus Today, Tinnitus Triage, and my 25th Tinnitus Anniversary

Mayes, J. L. (Winter, 2011). My 25th Tinnitus Anniversary. Communique. Canadian Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists, 14.

Mayes, J. L. (Spring 2011). Tinnitus Triage. Communique. Canadian Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists, 22-23.

Born, D. (2010). A Q & A Session with J. L. Mayes. Tinnitus Today, American Tinnitus Association, 25; 3, 14-15.

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