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Newborn Hearing Screening References

1. Keren R, Helfand M, Homer C, McPhillips H, Lieu TA. Projected cost effectiveness of statewide Universal Newborn Hearing Screening. Pediatrics. 2002 Nov; 110(5):855-64.

2. Minnesota Department of Health Newborn Hearing Screening Program. Newborn Hearing Screening Program fact sheet [Internet]. St. Paul (MN): Department of Health; 2002 March [cited 2003 May 29]. Available at:
www.health.state.mn.us/divs/fh/mch/ctc/factsheets.html.

3. Barsky-Firkser L, Sun S. Universal newborn hearing screenings: a three-year experience. Pediatrics. 1997 Jun; 99(6):E4.

4. Prieve BA, Stevens F. The New York State Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Demonstration Project: introduction and overview. Ear Hear. 2000; 21:85-91.

5. Mehl AL, Thomson V. Newborn hearing screening: the great omission. Pediatrics. 1998 Jan; 101(1):E4.

6. Finitzo T, Albright K, O’Neal J. The newborn with hearing loss: detection in the nursery. Pediatrics. 1998 Dec; 102(6):1452-1460.

7. Johnson JL, Mauk GW, Takekawa KM, Simon PR, Sia CCJ, & Blackwell PM. Implementing a statewide system of services for infants and toddlers with hearing disabilities. Semin Hear. 1993; 14(1):105-119.

8. Downs MP, Yoshinaga-Itano C. The efficacy of early identification and intervention for children with hearing impairment. Pediatr Clin North Am. 1999 Feb; 46(1):79-87. Review.

9. Hall JW 3rd. Screening for and assessment of infant hearing impairment. J Perinatol. 2000 Dec; 20(8 Pt 2):S113-21.

10. Matkin ND, Wilcox AM. Considerations in the education of children with hearing loss. Pediatr Clin North Am. 1999 Feb; 46(1):143-52. Review.

11. Sininger YS, Doyle KJ, Moore JK. The case for early identification of hearing loss in children. Auditory system development, experimental auditory deprivation, and development of speech perception and hearing. Pediatr Clin North Am. 1999 Feb; 46(1): 1-14. Review.

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14. American Academy of Pediatrics Task Force on Newborn and Infant Hearing. Newborn and infant hearing loss: detection and intervention. Pediatrics. 1999 Feb; 103(2):527-30.

15. Minnesota Department of Health Newborn Hearing Screening Program. UNHS bulletin [Internet]. St. Paul (MN): Department of Health; 1(1): 2003 Jan/Feb [cited 2003 May 29]. Available at:
www.health.state.mn.us/divs/fh/mch/unhs/resources/bulletin/jan-feb03.html. Note: Statistic in UNHS Bulletin states that 106 of 110 hospitals in Minnesota are voluntarily screening all newborns for hearing loss. This is an incorrect statistic; actual statistic is 102 of 110 hospitals. [Personal conversation with MDH Newborn Hearing Screening Program staff on June 5, 2003.]

16. Minnesota Department of Health Newborn Hearing Screening Program. The importance of newborn hearing screening fact sheet [Internet]. St. Paul (MN): Department of Health; 2002 Apr 10 [cited 2003 May 29]. Available at:
www.health.state.mn.us/divs/fh/mch/unhs/resources/factsheet.html.

17. National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) at Utah State University. Summary statistics of UNHS [Internet]. Logan (UT): NCHAM [cited 2003 July 1]. Available at: http://www.infanthearing.org/status/unhsstate.html.

18. Year 2000 position statement: principles and guidelines for early hearing detection and intervention programs. Joint Committee on Infant Hearing. Am J Audiol. 2000 Jun; 9(1):9-29.

19. American Academy of Pediatrics. Policy statement endorsement. Year 2000 position statement: principles and guidelines for early hearing detection and intervention programs. Joint Committee on Infant Hearing [Internet]. Elk Grove Village (IL): American Academy of Pediatrics [cited 2003 May 8]. Available at: http://www.aap.org/policy/infanthear.html.

20. 2000 position statement: principles and guidelines for early hearing detection and intervention programs. Joint Committee on Infant Hearing [Internet]. [cited 2003 May 8]. Available at: http://www.infanthearing.org/jcih/.

21. American Academy of Pediatrics Task Force on Newborn and Infant Hearing. Newborn and infant hearing loss: detection and intervention. Pediatrics. 1999 Feb; 103(2):527-30.

22. Parving A. The need for universal neonatal hearing screening: Some aspects of epidemiology and identification. Acta Paediatr Suppl. 1999; 432:69-72.

23. Parving A, Salomon G. The effect of neonatal universal hearing screening in a health surveillance perspective: A controlled study of two health authority districts. Audiology. 1996; 35:158-168.

24. Davis A, Wood S. The epidemiology of childhood hearing impairment: Factors relevant to planning of services. Br J Audiol. 1992; 26:77-90.

25. Watkin PM, Baldwin M, McEnery G. Neonatal at risk screening and the identification of deafness. Arch Dis Child. 1991; 66:1130-5.

26. American Academy of Pediatrics. Hearing assessment in infants and children: recommendations beyond neonatal screening. Pediatrics 2003 Feb; 111(2):436-440.

27. Unpublished Minnesota Department of Health data.