2017 ATRR: Internet-based treatments for tinnitus

The internet is a phenomenal platform for health information, research, rehabilitation programmes, and self-management programmes. Derek Hoare explores the latest research in this field. Read more

2017 ATRR: Hearing aids and combination devices

Hearing aids have been used to treat tinnitus since the 1940’s with combination devices available in the 1980's. Dr Grant Searchfield discusses the latest research into this devices. Read more

2017 ATRR: The British Tinnitus Association research programme

Dr Magdalena Sereda discusses the research projects supported by the British Tinnitus Association Read more

2017 ATRR: Technological management of tinnitus: an update

Don McFerran looks at research into treatment options for tinnitus utilising modern technology. Read more

2017 ATRR: Hyperacusis and misophonia

Hyperacusis (also described as decreased, reduced, or collapsed sound tolerance) is attracting an increasing amount of interest. Prof David Baguley talks about the latest research in this field. Read more

2017 ATRR: The neuroscience of tinnitus

Can neuroscience help discover what exactly is going on in the nervous system, particularly in the brain, when someone is experiencing tinnitus? Read more

2017 ATRR: The pharmacology of tinnitus: ototoxicity and treatment

Professor David Baguley discusses the potential for there to be a drug treatment for tinnitus as well as tinnitus caused by drug treatments. Read more

2017 ATRR: An interview with Susanne Nemholt

Dr Susanne Nemholt Rosing of the University of Copenhagen talks to Nic Wray about her research Read more

2017 ATRR: An interview with Jim Henry

Dr James Henry, Research Professor at the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research in Portland, Oregon talks to Nic Wray about his work. Read more

2017 Annual Tinnitus Research Review

The second edition of the BTA Annual Tinnitus Research Review is now available Read more