Have your say: The Cochlear Implant Assessment Process for Adults

Posted on October 31, 2017

This is a sponsored post.

A student at University College London is conducting research into patient experiences of the cochlear implant assessment process.

The aim of the research is to gather the opinions of adults who have been through the process of applying for a cochlear implant (including those who were not successfully approved at the time), and discover how they felt about this experience and current guidelines in place.

If you have been assessed to receive a cochlear implant as an adult, and would like to contribute to this research, please go to https://opinio.ucl.ac.uk/s?s=50930 for the survey.

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