Tag: <span>Surveys</span>

Tinnitus Survey to Steer Research?

Can Patient Sensing Help Steer Research?

We’ve all filled out surveys before, plenty of them probably. The thing is what do we usually gain from them? We rarely get to see the results or feel like what we did really made a difference.

Our first survey isn’t going to disappear, full results are being published on Tinnitus Talk for all to view and it’s a first step into a larger project to learn more about our tinnitus and what we can do about it.

When we analyse the treatment data we’re hoping that we can give you some real insight, things that may help you to think about what treatments may help you. We’ve got over 5,000 responses, giving us a really big pool of people that can tell us what has worked and what hasn’t.

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Here's Why the Jury's Still Out on Lenire

Here’s Why the Jury’s Still Out on Lenire

By Hazel Goedhart, Director of Tinnitus Hub You’re suffering from tinnitus and you’ve heard of this new treatment called …

Towards Tinnitus Subtyping

Toward Tinnitus Subtyping: or Finding a Key for Each Keylock

By Jorge P. Simoes, University of Regensburg Dearest members of the Tinnitus Talk community, My name is Jorge Simoes and …

Citizen Science Tinnitus

Why Tinnitus Needs Citizen Science: A Researcher’s Perspective

By Deborah Hall, University of Nottingham, UK and Malaysia Citizen Science reflects a radical twist on the conventions of …