Special theme issue: Hearing loss: building capacity for a public health response
• Global prevalence of sensorineural hearing impairment
• Workplace hearing preservation challenges
• Newborn hearing screening
• Community-based hearing and vision screening using mobile technology
• Community-based provision of hearing care across the life course
• Sign language for the education and health of children with hearing loss
• The educational needs of children with hearing loss
• Reconsidering WHO’s hearing impairment classification
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