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Title: Stakeholder Knowledge Elicitation/Engagement To Identify Current Practice and Problems with Decision Making for Hearing Intervention in Children.
Description: Wahid Zaman (PhD Researcher) is conducting a study to help better understand the kind of information clinicians, professionals and parents think is important when making a decision regarding the choice of hearing devices and communication mode for a deaf/Deaf child. Wahid is particularly interested in learning about the concerns of and the challenges parents/guardians face when making a decision for their young deaf/Deaf child.
If you have experience of decision making in children with permanent d/Deafness, please contact Wahid directly by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click hereto download the Participant Information Sheet. This research forms part of Wahid’s PhD research at Aston University.
University Research Ethics Committee approval number 1708.
Date published: 27/02/2021
Title: The development of a wearable haptic device based on cochlear implant professionals and users’ recommendations
For more info on this study, please visit: https://ais.southampton.ac.uk/research-developing-haptic-device
Date published: 31/01/2021