Published on in Vol 8, No 8 (2020): August

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/17193, first published .
Evaluating a Theoretically Informed and Cocreated Mobile Health Educational Intervention for First-Time Hearing Aid Users: Qualitative Interview Study

Evaluating a Theoretically Informed and Cocreated Mobile Health Educational Intervention for First-Time Hearing Aid Users: Qualitative Interview Study

Evaluating a Theoretically Informed and Cocreated Mobile Health Educational Intervention for First-Time Hearing Aid Users: Qualitative Interview Study

Journals

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  10. Karah H, Karawani H. Auditory Perceptual Exercises in Adults Adapting to the Use of Hearing Aids. Frontiers in Psychology 2022;13 View
  11. Gotowiec S, Bennett R, Larsson J, Ferguson M. Development of a self-report measure of empowerment along the hearing health journey: a content evaluation study. International Journal of Audiology 2024;63(4):275 View
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  13. Ferguson M, Eikelboom R, Sucher C, Maidment D, Bennett R. Remote Technologies to Enhance Service Delivery for Adults: Clinical Research Perspectives. Seminars in Hearing 2023;44(03):328 View
  14. Bennett R, Larsson J, Gotowiec S, Ferguson M. Refinement and Validation of the Empowerment Audiology Questionnaire: Rasch Analysis and Traditional Psychometric Evaluation. Ear & Hearing 2024;45(3):583 View
  15. Laird E, Sucher C, Nakano K, Ferguson M. Systematic review of patient and service outcome measures of remote digital technologies for cochlear implant and hearing aid users. Frontiers in Audiology and Otology 2024;2 View
  16. Wilson S, Tolley C, Mc Ardle R, Lawson L, Beswick E, Hassan N, Slight R, Slight S. Recommendations to advance digital health equity: a systematic review of qualitative studies. npj Digital Medicine 2024;7(1) View