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Another new semester begins and volume 19(4) of CEFAC – Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences and Education Journal presents 15 articles. We are strongly committed to our mission of disseminating research in Speech Therapy, Audiology and related areas, in different specialties. Thus, the editorial staff worked in an exquisite and careful way in the evaluation of eight original articles,

ive articles of literature review and two brief communications.

In two articles, in the ield of General Speech-Language Pathology, the

themes alternative complementary communication: from training to clinical

speech-language therapy and psychoanalysis – speech therapy interface, are presented. An article, in the ield of Audiology presents the theme “auditory and

oral communication skills of hearing impaired children and adolescents and the

speech-language rehabilitation process”.

Now, the areas of Dysphagia and Voice present two articles, each. The themes

“beginning of oral feeding in preterm infants” and a review of the literature on

cerebral palsy encompass the specialty of Dysphagia. The topics covered in Voice are related to spectrographic analyses, neuroimaging and voice.

Two articles in the area of Language include topics related to supplementary

and alternative communication and cognitive screening in patients, in hospital settings.

An article from Chile approaches Orofacial Motricity in a literature review on the development of feeding skills in preterm infants.

The Public Health area presents ive articles, addressing Neonatal screening,

associativism and quality of life, the role of the family health team in children’s hearing loss, biases in systematic review in observational studies, and insalubrity in Speech Therapy.

We would like to invite authors, reviewers and readers of the CEFAC Journal

to participate in the XXV Brazilian Congress on Speech and Hearing Therapy

and First Meeting on Speech Therapy in Bahia, organized by SBFa. – Brazilian

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Rev. CEFAC. 2017 Jul-Ago; 19(4):441-442 doi: 10.1590/1982-02162017194ed1

(1) Departamento de Fonoaudiologia da

Universidade Federal de Pernambuco- UFPE, Pós-Graduação em Saúde da Comunicação Humana - UFPE, Recife, Pernambuco, Brasil.

(2) Departamento de Fonoaudiologia da

Faculdade de Odontologia de Bauru da Universidade de São Paulo - USP, Bauru, São Paulo, Brasil.

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Editorial

Hilton Justino da Silva(1)

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Rev. CEFAC. 2017 Jul-Ago; 19(4):441-442

442 | Editorial

Society of Speech Therapy, to be held on September 12-15. The scientiic

editors will be participating in the event in the activities aimed at the discussion of speech therapy journals, postgraduate programs and research in our profession. ABRAMO – Brazilian Association of Orofacial Motricity will be present, as well, toasting to our science.

Enjoy your reading, we will see you then!

Hilton Justino da Silva - UFPE

Giédre Berretin-Felix - FOB/USP

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