December 11th, 2014
Has your life been touched by hearing loss? Take part in a survey and you could help shape the future of research into the condition.
The survey into the prevention, diagnosis and management (treatment) of mild to moderate hearing loss is being coordinated by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Nottingham Hearing Biomedical Research Unit (BRU) at The University of Nottingham, and has been developed by the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership with funding from the Nottingham Hospitals Charity.
The Partnership is keen to hear the views not only of patients affected by hearing loss, but also their friends and family members, as well as professionals working in this area.
Take part in the online survey, which is open until the end of December.
More information can be found on our Press Office website. The Partnership can also be contacted by email at JLAhearing@nottingham.ac.uk and followed on Twitter at @JLAhearing
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