The Ear Foundation has a lively and topical research programme. Our person-centred research arises from issues relevant to children & adults using any hearing technology, their families & professionals. Our research aims to better understand the effective use of hearing technologies in daily life, to support evidence-based practice and inform policy & commissioning decisions. We disseminate our research as widely as possible through reports, presentations, courses & online.
In this section you can read our latest findings and learn how YOU can get involved in our research.
Our collaborative work
We work closely with a range of other people including user support groups, health and education services, third-sector organisations, academic institutions, professional bodies and manufacturers of hearing technologies.
We are delighted to have the advice and expertise from respected professionals such as Dr Sue Archbold, Professor Connie Mayer, Professor Brian Lamb, Professor Adrian Davis, Dr Imran Mulla, Professor Deb Hall, Dr Melanie Ferguson, Professor Nicola Wright, Dr Sue Gregory, Professor Kris English and Dr Carl Edwards.
To get involved in our Research, please click here