Department of Biomedical Sciences of Cells & Systems, Cognitive Neurosciences University of Groningen – Working group hallucinations in hearing impairment
For of this year’s International Consortium on Hallucination Research meeting, the working group for hallucinations in hearing impairment investigates clinicians’ awareness of hallucinations in hearing-impaired patients. This group is led by Theresa Marschall, M.Sc., and dr. Branislava Ćurčić-Blake, who are affiliated with the University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen,
For this research they would like to ask you to fill in a 7-minute survey in which they will ask about your clinical experience with this type of hallucinations and your opinion about them.
Disclosure – BSA can confirm that for GDPR purposes, the survey does not ask for any personal contact information or your name, however the survey does ask for your sex, which country you work in, your department and role etc. Therefore if you are still happy to complete this survey please click on the following link:
Your help gaining information about this type of hallucinations is highly appreciated and can help them find ways to increase awareness of this type of hallucinations, which in turn can not only help avoiding misdiagnoses in a large patient group, but also decrease stigmatisation.