Article thumbnail

Primary care for tinnitus: practice and opinion among GPs in England

By Suliman K El-Shunnar, Derek J Hoare, Sandra Smith, Phillip E Gander, Sujin Kang, Kathryn Fackrell and Deborah A Hall
Topics: Original Articles
Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Ltd
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3170708
Provided by: PubMed Central

To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.

Suggested articles

Citations

  1. (2008). A guide for the design and conduct of self-administered surveys of clinicians.
  2. (1993). A postal survey of tinnitus management in general practice.
  3. (2010). Algorithm for the diagnostic & therapeutic management of tinnitus. Tinnitus Research Initiative. Available at: http://www.tinnitusresearch.org/en/documents/downloads/ TRI_Tinnitus_Flowchart.pdf (last accessed 7
  4. (2011). Clinical guidelines and practice: a commentary on the complexity of tinnitus management. Evaluation and the Health Professions.
  5. (2011). Commentary on the complexity of tinnitus management:clinicalguidelinesprovideapaththroughthefog.Evaluation and the Health Professions.
  6. (2006). Consultations in primary care for symptoms attributed to electromagnetic fields – a survey among general practitioners.
  7. (2004). Content and Thematic Analysis.
  8. (2010). Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS. London: Secretary of State for Health.
  9. (2003). Good practice in the conduct and reporting of survey research.
  10. (1984). Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods: The Search for Meanings.
  11. (2011). Management of tinnitus in English NHS Audiology Departments: an evaluation of current practice.
  12. (2008). NHS Staff 1997–2007 (General Practice). Leeds: The Information Centre. Available at: http://www.ic.
  13. (2002). Not another questionnaire! Maximising the response rate, predicting nonresponse and assessing non-response bias in postal questionnaire studies of GPs.
  14. (2009). Provision of Services for Adults with Tinnitus. A Good Practice Guide. London: Central Office of Information.
  15. (2011). Systematic review and meta-analyses of RCT examining tinnitus management.
  16. (2008). The additive effect of co-occurring anxiety and depression on health status, quality of life and coping strategies in help-seeking tinnitus sufferers.
  17. (2004). The Quest for Quiet. People experience of tinnitus in Ireland. Irish Tinnitus Association. Available at: http://www. deafhear.ie/DHFiles/docs/2024.pdf (last accessed 7
  18. (2011). Tinnitus referral pathways within the NHS: a survey of their perceived effectiveness among audiology staff.
  19. (2011). Tinnitus: The complexity of standardization. Evaluation and the Health Professions.
  20. (1998). Transforming Qualitative Information: Thematic Analysis and Code Development. Thousand Oaks,
  21. (2010). What’s That Noise? A