Tinnitus During Childhood and Adolescence



Tinnitus During Childhood and Adolescence

The School of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology and the School of Medicine at The University of Western Australia and Ear Science Australia are investigating how tinnitus effects Childhood and adolescence.
This study will lead to the development of a survey to better assist the assessment and management of children and adolescents with tinnitus.


Who can participate?

If you are a parent of a child/adolescent with chronic tinnitus, if you have experienced chronic tinnitus since childhood/adolescents or if you are a clinician who assists children/adolescents with tinnitus we would greatly welcome your participation.


What is chronic tinnitus?

Chronic tinnitus refers to the perception of noise in the ears or head not associated with an external cause of the noise for episodes of five minutes or longer for three months or longer.


What is involved?

Participants will be asked to attend two 60 -90 minutes sessions (either in person or online) during which we will discuss various aspects of tinnitus in childhood and adolescence.


If you are interested in supporting this important research, or would like more information, please contact Susan Tegg-Quinn by email  susan.tegg-quinn@earscience.org.au