How common is Covid-19 related tinnitus?

Can you help researchers at the University of Illinois estimate the prevalence of Covid-related tinnitus?

How common is Covid-19 related tinnitus? 

Can you help? Researchers from the Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience (CAN) Lab at the University of Illinois are aiming to estimate the prevalence of Covid-related tinnitus, and to understand the factors that might affect the severity of tinnitus during the pandemic. 

Who can help? 

The team are looking for people who have tinnitus, who are at least 18 years old, and who are located anywhere in the world except China. 

How can I help? 

The researchers would like you to answer a survey, which should take 20-25 minutes. 

You can find the questionnaire here.

Will I get paid for my time? 

Participation is voluntary, and there is no payment.  

What if there is a problem? 

If you have concerns about this study, you should contact the team at tinnitus@illinois.edu 

This research is conducted under an exemption from the Institutional Review Board at the University of Illinois under protocol No. 23379.  

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