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Reach more readers with Otorhinolaryngology journals

Did you know you can choose to make your research available open access using Open Select?

Open Select gives you the option to make your paper open access in one of Taylor & Francis’s 2,300+ subscription journals. Through Open Select, you have a huge choice of subjects and disciplines, so the list below is a great place to start your search and find the journal that best suits your work.

2018 Impact Factor 1.821

International Journal of Audiology delivers articles on clinical, social, and technical advances in audiology dealing with the needs of the developed and developing world.

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2018 Impact Factor 1.286

Acta Oto-Laryngologica is a truly international journal for translational otolaryngology and head- and neck surgery.

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2018 Impact Factor 0.818

Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology covers topics related to speech, language and voice pathology as well as normal voice function in its different aspects.

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Hearing, Balance and Communication

Hearing, Balance and Communication provides an international scientific and clinical forum for professionals to present research developments and novel clinical data in the rapidly expanding and inter-related fields of hearing, balance, and communication medicine.

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Cochlear Implants International

Cochlear Implants International is the only interdisciplinary journal devoted entirely to cochlear implants and other implantable electronic hearing devices.

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Your open access choices with Taylor & Francis

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