Decision-making: Bone conducting hearing implants for adults
This study is looking at reasons why adults did not proceed with the bone conducting hearing implant (BCHI) pathway. It holds a particular focus on communication, information and other support provided in the decision-making process, and also captures views and experiences from those who did proceed with the BCHI pathway. Professionals have been asked about their method of practice, and adults have been asked why they did or did NOT continue, of which the latter may include low-perceived benefit, cosmetic reasons, concerns with surgery, etc.
This study is currently in progress, and we hope to share the results with you very soon.
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This study is supported by Oticon Medical and carried out with additional support from Action on Hearing Loss, NADP, Hearing Link, UK BAHA Forum, Shrewsbury & Telford Hospital, Queens Hospital Birmingham and The Ear Foundation Young Adults group.