Music and Hearing Aids Research – Participants Required

Music and Hearing Aids Research – Participants Required

 We are conducting research into the music listening behaviour of people (aged 18 and over) with hearing loss and who wear hearing aids for a minimum of one hour a day. As part of this study we have developed an online survey and are keen to recruit as many participants as possible.

To participate you will have

A BSL version of all the information and questions is available in the questionnaire

We will ask you about your

It should take about 30 minutes to complete and you will remain anonymous. If you leave your contact details, you will be entered into a prize draw to win one of three £75 cash prizes. Winners will be selected at random and notified in January 2017.

All the information we collect about you will be kept confidential and you will not be identifiable in any reports or publications.

Details of the project can be found on our website at

Flyer – recruitment-flyer

A short promotional video is available at

The survey is available at:

For further information contact Dr Alinka Greasley (University of Leeds,); or Mobile (Text only): 07917 721604.



Dr Alinka Greasley[1], Dr Harriet Crook[2] and Dr Jackie Salter1

This research has received ethical clearance from the University of Leeds Research Ethics Committee (PVAR 15-039) and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AH/M00368X/1)

[1] School of Music, University of Leeds

[2] Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, NHS foundation Trust