DescriptionAt the dawn of a second century of pioneering hearing loss research at The University of Manchester, the Centre's for Primary Care Seminars Committee proudly presented the first event dedicated to hearing health research in Primary Care.
Hearing loss is a complex health condition which extends beyond auditory impairment. Fortunately, research findings in the Centre for Primary Care and Health Services Research have shown that hearing loss is not necessarily an inevitable accompaniment of ageing, but potentially preventable lifestyle disease.
The event was organised by Dalia Tsimpida and Dr Salwa Zghebi and was registered with the World Health Organization (WHO).
Opening remarks by Professor Peter Bower, Lead at the Centre for Primary Care and Health Services Research, The University of Manchester
Dalia Tsimpida (NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, Institute for Health Policy and Organisation): "Why hearing matters? Preventing and adressing hearing loss across the life course"
Dr Antje Heinrich (Manchester Centre for Audiology and Deafness): "Effective communication as a fundamental aspect of active ageing and wellbeing"
Dr Helen Henshaw (NIHR Nottinham Biomedical Research Centre) and Jean Straus (Action on Hearing Loss): "Research priorities for mild-to-moderate hearing loss in adults- A James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership"
|3 Mar 2020
|Manchester, United Kingdom
|Degree of Recognition
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