Burden of Hearing Loss on Communication Partners and Its Influence on Pursuit of Hearing Evaluation.

@article{Schulz2017BurdenOH,
  title={Burden of Hearing Loss on Communication Partners and Its Influence on Pursuit of Hearing Evaluation.},
  author={Kristine A Schulz and Naomi N. Modeste and Jerry W Lee and Rhonda Roberts and Gabrielle H. Saunders and David L. Witsell},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={2017},
  volume={38 5},
  pages={
          e285-e291
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Describe how the burden on the communication partner (CP) from the patient's hearing loss, as perceived by both the patient and their CP, influences a patient's pursuit of hearing evaluation. DESIGN Cross-sectional design. Demographics, perception of patient's hearing loss, and associated burden on the CP were collected from both patient and CP via online questionnaires. Patients and their CPs from Duke University Medical Center Otolaryngology Clinic, 55 to 75 years of age, being… CONTINUE READING
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