About the Journal

After 20 years committed to the dissemination of hearing research in Spanish, AUDITIO | The Spanish Journal of Audiology is relaunching as a bilingual journal, and accepting contributions in the English language.

AUDITIO considers for publication original research articles as well as acceptable secondary contributions (“Research Reports”) in the field of audiology and hearing sciences. Due to AUDITIO’s diverse readership, contributions should emphasize their significance for the scientific and clinical community, and the writing style should be adequate for a broad and multidisciplinary audience.

To increase the outreach of our publication, since 2021 all articles published in AUDITIO are open access under a creative commons license and available both in English and Spanish. Contributions can be submitted in the two languages, with the translation being carried out by our team of professional scientific translators.

AUDITIO evaluates the submissions in a rigorous and transparent peer-review. Furthermore, AUDITIO ensures the publication of articles of interest for the broad audiological community by having a "third reviewer", usually a hearing care professional, who provides additional feedback in the peer-review process.

AUDITIO is preserved using LOCKSS and PKP PN, registered in Sherpa/Romeo and has a detailed plan for full indexation in PubMed, DOAJ, REDIB, Web of Science by 2023 and Scopus by 2024. https://journal.auditio.com/auditio/indexation2024


Indexed in: Google Scholar, Crossref, Recolecta, CORE, Dialnet, ICI World of Journals, Scilit,  WorldCat, MIAR, Dulcinea, Sherpa/Romeo, ROAD, BASE, Publons, Dimensions, OpenAire Explore, SemanticScholar, Livre!.



Raul Sanchez-Lopez resigns as editor-in-chief for personal reasons


With this short communication, I bid farewell to this exciting project. Since I became Editor, AUDITIO has been transformed into a high-standards yet humble journal, and this is largely due to the incredible editorial team comprised of early career researchers. The transformation of AUDITIO has required a significant amount of my energy and enthusiasm, but it has rewarded me with substantial scientific growth and the opportunity to build an interesting scientific resource for the Spanish-speaking community.

Unfortunately, in recent months, I have experienced the consequences of the uncertain academic life, and I have become less able to contribute to AEDA and AUDITIO. Therefore, I have made the decision to prioritize my health and career, and I am resigning as a board member of the society and reducing my involvement in AUDITIO. Today, it is time for me to officially step aside and allow AUDITIO to continue the path we initiated with a new editor, Helia Relaño-Iborra, and a new managing director, Carlos Benitez-Barrera.

In the coming months, I will still be involved in coordinating the production and ensuring a smooth transition.

I would like to express my gratitude to the Spanish Society of Audiology (AEDA) for their trust and assistance in the relaunch of the journal, the authors and reviewers for their crucial contributions to the life of the journal and the community, the Editorial Board for kindly accepting our invitation and being part of the journal, our partners (translators, layout editors, IT), and the editorial team for making things happen. Helia, Carlos, Miriam, Gerard, Oscar, and Paula, thank you very much!

I sincerely hope that AUDITIO becomes internationally recognized and maintains the values and principles that we agreed upon.

Raul Sanchez-Lopez, PhD

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