In order to respect the hard work of researchers we provide only links to studies of interest. Some studies are open source and freely available, some require a subscription to access. You or your practice might already have subscriptions to some online journals. We will note next to each study if they are open source or not. Studies will be updated regularly with new and interesting content.
McMahon CM, Gopinath B, Schneider J, et al. The Need for Improved Detection and Management of Adult-Onset Hearing Loss in Australia. International Journal of Otolaryngology. 2013;2013:308509. Open source.
This study covers the role of GPs in detecting and managing hearing loss. It contains some interesting data on the effect GPs can have on successful hearing aid use.
Listen Hear! The economic impact and cost of hearing loss in Australia. Access Economics. 2006 February:31-34 Open source.
A detailed report concerning the economic cost of hearing loss in Australia.
Bainbridge KE, Hoffman H J, Cowie CC. Diabetes and Hearing Impairment in the United States: Audiometric Evidence from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999 to 2004. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2008 July 01;149(1):1-19 Not Open source.
Study concerning type 2 diabetes and hearing loss. Also evaluates its evidence and methodology against other simillar studies.
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