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Heffernan, Eithne and Coulson, Neil S. and Ferguson, Melanie (2018) Development of the Social Participation Restrictions Questionnaire (SPaRQ) through consultation with adults with hearing loss, researchers, and clinicians: a content evaluation study. International Journal of Audiology . ISSN 1708-8186

Hall, Deborah A. and Kitterick, Pádraig T. and Heffernan, Eithne and Fackrell, Kathryn and Lucas, Laura and Ferguson, Melanie (2018) How do we know that our patients have benefitted from our ENT/Audiological interventions?: presented at the Annual Meeting of ADANO 2016 in Berlin. Otology and Neurotology . ISSN 1537-4505 (In Press)

Ferguson, Melanie A. and Coulson, Neil S. and Henshaw, Helen and Heffernan, Eithne (2016) Application of health behaviour theory to hearing healthcare research: The state of play and beyond. International Journal of Audiology, 55 (sup3). S1-S2. ISSN 1708-8186

Coulson, Neil S. and Ferguson, Melanie A. and Henshaw, Helen and Heffernan, Eithne (2016) Applying theories of health behaviour and change to hearing health research: time for a new approach. International Journal of Audiology, 55 (S3). S99-S104. ISSN 1708-8186

Coulson, Neil S. and Ferguson, Melanie A. and Henshaw, Helen and Heffernan, Eithne (2016) Applying theories of behaviour change to hearing health research: time for a new approach. International Journal of Audiology, 55 (sup3). S99-S104. ISSN 1708-8186

Heffernan, Eithne and Coulson, Neil S. and Henshaw, Helen and Barry, Johanna G. and Ferguson, Melanie A. (2016) Understanding the psychosocial experiences of adults with mild-moderate hearing loss: an application of Leventhal’s self-regulatory model. International Journal of Audiology, 55 (sup3). S3-S12. ISSN 1708-8186

Thesis (University of Nottingham only)

Heffernan, Eithne (2017) The development of a self-report outcome measure to assess social participation restrictions in adults with hearing loss. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

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