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New research updates and improves measures of benefit from otolaryngology interventions

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Researchers from Hearing Sciences – Scottish Section and the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow have updated and improved the widely used Glasgow Benefit Inventory and Glasgow Children's Benefit Inventory for better assessment of benefit from intervention.
Date:
29/10/2020

University of Nottingham Researchers Receive Prestigious Fellowships

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Experts in hearing and cancer imaging from the University of Nottingham have been awarded a total of £2.4m as part of the UKRI's Future Leaders Fellowships scheme.
Date:
15/10/2020

Research Associate Vacancy

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We are currently advertising a vacancy for a Research Fellow based at the Scottish Section of the University of Nottingham's Hearing Sciences department in Glasgow.
Date:
09/10/2020

Study reveals how people with hearing loss are affected by Covid-19 lockdown

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A new report into how people with hearing loss have been experiencing the Covid-19 lockdown has found there have been many negative effects on them, but also a few unexpected positive ones.
Date:
29/09/2020

Hearing Sciences awards

Date:
21/05/2019

New trial to investigate how tinnitus can affect concentration

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Hearing experts are calling for volunteers to take part in new research to investigate how tinnitus – often referred to as ringing in the ears – can affect the cognitive wellbeing of people who experience it, and their ability to concentrate.
Date:
26/03/2019

Painting pictures of hearing loss with poetry and prose

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The power and potential of creative writing as therapy is to be explored in a new project aimed at people with different hearing loss and hearing related problems.
Date:
13/11/2018

Nottingham researchers test 'brain training' games to improve the lives of people with hearing loss

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Researchers at The University of Nottingham are involved in a new study that will test whether using online gaming techniques could help people to cope with hearing loss and adapt to hearing aids, it was announced on World Hearing Day (3 March 2018).
Date:
03/03/2018

Tinnitus research pioneer wins prestigious prize

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Professor in Hearing Sciences, David Baguley, has been awarded the prestigious Royal Society of Medicine Section of Otology Norman Gamble Prize.
Date:
05/02/2018

A global language for hearing research

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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
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Hearing Sciences

Division of Clinical Neuroscience
School of Medicine
University of Nottingham
Medical School, QMC
Nottingham, NG7 2UH


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