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Romford residents invited to join charity’s research panel

19:45 09 January 2013

Action On Hearing Loss is looking for people to join its research panel

Action On Hearing Loss is looking for people to join its research panel

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A charity is appealing for residents to help with its research.

Action On Hearing Loss is on the look out for people who have hearing loss or tinnitus to join its research panel.

Panelists are needed to complete online surveys, one to one interviews and to take part in focus groups.

Evidence gathered through the research will inform Action on Hearing Loss’s policy, services and campaigning work for a world where hearing loss doesn’t limit people and tinnitus is silenced.

Director of Research at Action on Hearing Loss, Roger Wicks, says: “Our research panel is a great opportunity for Romford residents with hearing loss or tinnitus to help shape our work in the year ahead by highlighting the vital issues that affect their everyday lives.”

People can join the research panel by completing a short questionnaire http://svy.mk/researchpanel or e-mailing: panel@hearingloss.org.uk

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