Journals are the most commonly used means of publishing research results in a timely manner in many disciplines. They are also referred to as the "place of scientific discussion."
Use the journal content service for lecturers ZID to receive information about the latest issues of journals relevant to you:
a) Focus topic. The core of each issue is the main topic. In addition to practical relevance, the focus is on the scientific nature, the topicality as well as the interdisciplinarity: a topic is examined comprehensively and from different perspectives.
b) Listening - recognizing - understanding. In each issue you will find a sound sample for a voice or speech disorder. Listen to it, recognize the underlying disorder and understand the causes, diagnostic options and therapeutic consequences. You can read in an interview with Mr Brauer how such an audio sample is created.
c) seeing - recognizing - understanding. Each issue illustrates a voice, or speech disturbance using a video. In the accompanying text article you will find information on findings, causes and therapy.
d) original work. Results of important clinical and experimental studies are presented and discussed.
e) Read for you, heard for you. Here you will find summaries of national and international literature, short reports of lectures or symposia, interesting press releases or references to contests.
f) New impulses. Young trainees present their thesis, themselves and their school or university.
g) The little repetitor. Some things are easily forgotten or confused over and over again. Our reptile, the little repetitor, helps. It refreshes your knowledge while helping those in training to prepare for the exam.
h) patient information. Here, we provide your patients with easy-to-understand, concise, and important information on common questions in everyday practice - as a copy template for laying out or as a work aid in a patient interview.
i) The content quality is ensured by a publisher panel, the expert advisory board and many other reviewers as part of the peer review process." (Thieme, transl.)
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