Vinaya Manchaiah

Professor and Director of Audiology (Otorhinolaryngology)

Denver, Colorado, USA

Publications

  • Association between Ménière’s disease and vestibular migraine
  • Perception of Incongruent Audiovisual Speech: Distribution of Modality-Specific Responses
  • Content Analysis of YouTube Videos Addressing Infant Hearing Loss: A Cross-Sectional Study
  • Representation of Stuttering in the United Sates Newspaper Media
  • Situationally influenced tinnitus coping strategies: a mixed methods approach
  • Translation and adaptation of three English tinnitus patient-reported outcome measures to Spanish
  • Representation of Tinnitus in the US Newspaper Media and in Facebook Pages: Cross-Sectional Analysis of Secondary Data
  • How is �hearing loss� and �hearing aid(s)� represented in the United States newspaper media? (Preprint)
  • Positive experiences related to living with tinnitus: A cross-sectional survey
  • The Participation Scale: psychometric properties of a South Indian translation with hearing-impaired respondents
  • Participants’ experiences of an Internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy intervention for tinnitus
  • Audiologist-Supported Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Tinnitus in the United States: A Pilot Trial
  • Online Consumer Reviews on Hearing Health Care Services: A Textual Analysis Approach to Examine Psychologically Meaningful Language Dimensions
  • Hearing Aid Consumer Reviews: A Linguistic Analysis in Relation to Benefit and Satisfaction Ratings
  • Experiences With Hearing Health Care Services: What Can We Learn From Online Consumer Reviews?
  • Patterns in the social representation of “hearing loss” across countries: how do demographic factors influence this representation?
  • Investigating tinnitus subgroups based on hearing‐related difficulties
  • Content validity and readability of patient-reported questionnaire instruments of hearing disability
  • Features, Functionality, and Acceptability of Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Tinnitus in the United States
  • Quality, Readability, and Suitability of Hearing Health-Related Materials: A Descriptive Review
  • A Cross-Sectional Study of the Portrayal of Vocal Health in YouTube Videos
  • The Effects of Tinnitus on Significant Others
  • Assessment of the psychometric properties of the AQoL-4D questionnaire in Kannada language for use with adults with hearing loss
  • The International Classification of Health Interventions (ICHI) – a new tool for describing and reporting interventions in audiology
  • Readability, Quality, and Suitability of English-Language Internet Information about Children with Primary Speech and Language Disorders
  • A good practice guide for translating and adapting hearing-related questionnaires for different languages and cultures
  • Validation of the Brief International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) core set for hearing loss: an international multicentre study
  • Portrayal of Hearing Loss in YouTube Videos: An Exploratory Cross-Sectional Analysis
  • Development and Preliminary Evaluation of the Tinnitus Severity Short Form
  • International survey of audiologists during the COVID-19 pandemic: effects on the workplace
  • Outcomes of Universal Newborn Screening Programs: Systematic Review
  • A Comparison of Intervention Intensity and Service Delivery Models With School-Age Children With Speech Sound Disorders in a School Setting
  • Suggestions for shaping tinnitus service provision in Western Europe: Lessons from the COVID‐19 pandemic
  • Coping With Tinnitus During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • International survey of audiologists during the COVID-19 pandemic: use of and attitudes to telehealth
  • Internet-based cognitive–behavioural therapy for tinnitus: secondary analysis to examine predictors of outcomes
  • Internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy for tinnitus in Spanish: a global feasibility trial
  • Medication Use Reported by Individuals With Tinnitus Who Are Seeking Internet-Based Psychological Interventions
  • Exploratory Data Mining Techniques (Decision Tree Models) for Examining the Impact of Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Tinnitus: Machine Learning Approach (Preprint)
  • Exploratory Data Mining Techniques (Decision Tree Models) for Examining the Impact of Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Tinnitus: Machine Learning Approach
  • Use of open-ended questionnaires to examine the effects of tinnitus and its relation to patient-reported outcome measures
  • Social representation of hearing aids among people with hearing loss: an exploratory study
  • Psychometric properties of the Kannada version of the International Outcome Inventory for Hearing Aids (IOI-HA)
  • Hearing aid acquisition and ownership: what can we learn from online consumer reviews?
  • Characterization of Balance Problems and Rehabilitation Needs of Patients with Ménière’s Disease
  • Parental Perspectives on Storybook Reading in Indian Home Contexts
  • Development and psychometric validation of a questionnaire assessing the impact of tinnitus on significant others
  • Online Discussions About Tinnitus: What Can We Learn From Natural Language Processing of Reddit Posts?
  • Internet-Based Audiologist-Guided Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Tinnitus: Randomized Controlled Trial (Preprint)
  • Internet-Based Audiologist-Guided Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Tinnitus: Randomized Controlled Trial
  • Life consequences and positive experiences reported by communication partners of person with hearing impairment: A pilot study
  • Health behaviour change in hearing healthcare: A discussion paper
  • Audiogram: Is there a need for change in the approach to categorize the degree/severity of hearing loss?
  • Audiology in India
  • Ear and Hearing Healthcare Services in India
  • New degree/severity classification for Audiogram: What do audiologists have to say?
  • Estimating NHS Hearing Aid Uptake in Wales Using AuditBase
  • Restricted scope of practice for audiologists in the UK
  • Implications of AQP (any qualified provider) for audiology
  • Professor Dafydd Stephens (1942-2012) Pioneer in the field of Audiology and audiological medicine
  • Hearing aid battery ingestion: Medical error or poor design?
  • The Hearing Sciences
  • The Hearing Sciences, 2nd Edition
  • PGCtHE Portfolio
  • The effect of stimulation rate on speech perception in individuals using Nucleus Freedom Cochlear Implant
  • The patient journey: Living with hearing impairment
  • Storytelling in different cultural context: Applications to hearing loss public awareness campaign
  • Communication Partners’ Journey through Their Partner’s Hearing Impairment
  • Disease Profiling for Computerized Peer Support of Ménière's Disease
  • Impact evaluation and association with EuroQol 5D health-related utility values in Ménière’s disease
  • Process evaluation of Internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy for adults with tinnitus in the context of a randomised control trial
  • Representation of Tinnitus in the US Newspaper Media and in Facebook Pages: Cross-Sectional Analysis of Secondary Data (Preprint)
  • Auditory Complaints in Scuba Divers: An Overview
  • Parental reported benefits and shortcomings of cochlear implantation: Pilot study findings from Southeast Asia
  • The patient journey of adults with hearing impairment: The patients' views
  • Perspectives on defining 'hearing loss' and its consequences
  • The genetic basis of auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD)
  • Evaluating the process of change: Studies on patient journey, hearing disability acceptance and stages-of-change
  • Managing Disability Housing and Related Support: An exploratory study in South-Wales
  • The effect of stimulation rate on speech perception in 4th generation cochlear implant users.
  • The acceptance of hearing disability among adults experiencing hearing difficulties: A cross-sectional study
  • Positive impact of Ménière's disorder on significant others as well as on patients: Our experience from eighty-eight respondents
  • Use of the 'patient journey' model in the internet-based pre-fitting counseling of a person with hearing disability: Lessons from a failed clinical trial
  • Significant others of patients with hearing and balance disorders report positive experiences
  • Audiological Practice in India: An Internet-Based Survey of Audiologists
  • Use of the 'patient journey' model in the internet-based pre-fitting counseling of a person with hearing disability: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
  • Information about the prognosis given to sudden sensorineural hearing loss patients: Implications to 'patient journey' process
  • The role of communication partners in the audiological enablement/ rehabilitation of a person with hearing impairment: An overview
  • Music exposure and hearing disorders: An overview
  • The 'patient journey' of adults with sudden-onset acquired hearing impairment: A pilot study
  • Audiologists’ preferences for patient-centredness: a cross-sectional questionnaire study of cross-cultural differences and similarities among professionals in Portugal, India and Iran
  • Professor Dafydd Stephens 1942-2012.
  • Music exposure and hearing health education: A review of knowledge, attitude, and behaviour in adolescents and young adults
  • Models to represent communication partners within the social networks of people with hearing impairment
  • A good practice guide for translating and adapting hearing-related questionnaires for use in different languages and cultures: Preferred reporting items with explanations and examples
  • Online Reviews of Hearing Aid Acquisition and Use: A Qualitative Thematic Analysis
  • Application of the Behavior Change Wheel Within the Context of Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Tinnitus Management
  • Changes in audiologists’ mental wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic: the supportive role of professional associations, workplaces and hearing device manufacturers
  • Community‐based assessment and rehabilitation of hearing loss: A scoping review
  • COVID-19 and tinnitus: an initiative to improve tinnitus care
  • Community-based adult hearing care provided by community healthcare workers using mHealth technologies

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Co-workers & collaborators

Eldre Beukes

Eldre Beukes

David Maidment

Research Associate - MRC Institute of Hearing Research, United Kingdom

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