Otology and Hearing Research
  • Print
   
   

Latest news in Otology and Hearing Research

NewsRSS FeedAtom Feed

A global language for hearing research

Description
Experts in hearing loss at the University of Nottingham have solved an important conundrum in their field of research – how to accurately translate results from patients' hearing questionnaires carried out in different languages and cultures across the world.
Date:
27/11/2017

How patients can help future research into a distressing hearing condition

Description
Researchers are calling for people who are hyper-sensitive to noise to help them decide the future of research into this little-known hearing condition.
Date:
23/10/2017

Is your partner's hearing loss driving you mad?

Description
New research by academics at the University of Nottingham has suggested that the impact of a person's hearing loss on their nearest and dearest should be considered when personalising rehabilitation plans for patients with deafness.
Date:
09/10/2017

New research shows hearing aids change lives and improve health

Description
Ground-breaking research published by a team from the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre shows the life-changing impact of hearing aids for people with mild to moderate hearing loss.
Date:
28/09/2017

Research finds brain responses to lip-reading can benefit cochlear implant users

Description
A world-first study has found that lip-reading may have a beneficial effect on the brain and on a person's ability to hear with a cochlear implant, contrary to what was previously believed. Currently, when someone receives a cochlear implant, clinical professionals delivering rehabilitation encourage them to focus on the sound only, and to avoid reliance on visual language (such as lip-reading) for fear that it will limit how well they are able to learn to hear with their cochlear implant.
Date:
05/09/2017

People with tinnitus needed for online research study

Description
Researchers into the common hearing condition 'tinnitus' are calling for help from the public for a new study to try to improve future medical investigations into the problem.
Date:
22/05/2017
Displaying 1 to 10 of 27
Previous 1 2 3 Next

 

 

Otology and Hearing Research

Division of Clinical Neuroscience
School of Medicine
The University of Nottingham
School of Medicine
ENT Building, QMC
Nottingham, NG7 2UH


telephone: +44 (0) 115 82 311290
email:kathryn.vickers@nottingham.ac.uk