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Tom Kane

Tom Kane

Hearing Consultant

A questionnaire about the impacts of face coverings on hearing and communication

Researchers at the University of Manchester are looking for volunteers to complete a short online questionnaire about ways in which face coverings affect hearing and communication.

The questionnaire can be completed by 
anyone over age 18. It asks about your experiences communicating with someone who was wearing a face, when you are wearing face mask as well as some questions about face masks in general.

The questionnaire will take about 10 mins to complete.
There are no risks to taking part and all responses will remain anonymous.

If you have specific questions send an email to hearingsurvey2020@manchester.ac.uk

If you are willing to take part in this study please click this link: 
Consent form Indirect impacts of COVID-19 on hearing and communication

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