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Student tinnitus research – can you help?

A Psychology and MSc student at Leeds Trinity University is looking for your help with a research project.

Charlotte Croshaw, under the supervision of Dr James Jackson, is conducting research into healthcare satisfaction and tinnitus distress.

The research aim is to explore the relationship between a person’s first interaction with a tinnitus healthcare professional and their degree of habituation. The ultimate goal is to help inform patients’ treatment after initial diagnosis and reduce tinnitus-associated distress. 

Eligibility criteria for the project is people aged over 18 years old who have a confirmed diagnosis of tinnitus and who can provide an audiogram from the past two years.

More information about to express your interest in taking part is available at: