Smartphone and Mobile Health Apps for Tinnitus: Systematic Identification, Analysis, and Assessment
This work demonstrated that there exists a plethora of smartphone apps for tinnitus, and systematically searched and identified existing smartphone apps on the most prominent app markets, and applied the Mobile App Rating Scale (MARS) to evaluate and assess the apps in terms of their general quality and in-depth user experience.
Smartphone Apps in the Context of Tinnitus: Systematic Review
- Muntazir Mehdi, Constanze Riha, F. Hauck
- Computer ScienceItalian National Conference on Sensors
- 1 March 2020
This review work gives an up-to-date overview of existing apps, and lists and discusses scientific literature pertaining to the smartphone apps used within the context of tinnitus.
Multidisciplinary Tinnitus Research: Challenges and Future Directions From the Perspective of Early Stage Researchers
This review summarizes current knowledge in various tinnitus-relevant research fields including tinnitis generating mechanisms, heterogeneity, epidemiology, assessment, and treatment development, in an effort to highlight the main challenges and provide suggestions for future research to overcome them.
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Contemporary Review of Smartphone Apps for Tinnitus Management and Treatment
- Muntazir Mehdi, Albi Dode, R. Pryss, W. Schlee, M. Reichert, F. Hauck
- MedicineBrain Science
- 1 November 2020
This paper aims to review scientific studies validating the smartphone apps providing tinnitus management and treatment, using the PRISMA guidelines for identification of studies on major scientific literature sources and delineate the outcomes of identified studies.
An Albanian translation of a questionnaire for self-reported tinnitus assessment
This study provided an Albanian translation of a standardised questionnaire for tinnitus research, namely the European School for Interdisciplinary Tinnitus Research-Screening Questionnaire (ESIT-SQ), and demonstrated that it is a useful tool for t Finnitus profiling and subgrouping.
The Values of Civic Education through Information Technology
Citizenship is closely related to the progressive steps of decision-making process for new education policies being applied in these last years. Once the attention was only focused in writing ,…
Contemporary and Systematic Review of Smartphone Apps for Tinnitus Management and Treatment
The PRISMA guidelines are used for systematic identification of studies on major scientific literature sources and delineate the outcomes of identified studies to test their effectiveness in tinnitus management and treatment.
Doctoral Studies as part of an Innovative Training Network (ITN): Early Stage Researcher (ESR) experiences
Evaluating and report MSCA-ITN Early Stage Researcher (ESR) experiences could provide valuable insights in planning and management of future ITNs and could assist prospective students in their decision of joining an ITN for their PhD.