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Expertise in Tinnitus: Worldwide

The 2021 Ranking, Recognised Dr Hashir Aazh to Be In the Top 0.4% Among Tinnitus Experts in the World

August 2021

Dr Hashir Aazh has been recognised as to be in the top 0.4% among 12,000 published tinnitus researchers and clinicians in the world. He has been recognised as the 9th top-rated tinnitus expert in the UK among 500 published researchers and clinicians based on his publications during the years 2011-2021. This is a particularly significant distinction as ExpertScape objectively and independently ranks people and institutions by their expertise. Expertscape classifies clinicians and researchers based on the scientific publications of over 26,000 biomedical topics. The total impartiality of the rankings drawn up by their platform is guaranteed by rigorous and objective steps. This recognition is a direct result of the extensive research and complex clinical cases Dr. Aazh treats. The publications included to ExpertScape analysis are listed below:

  1. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Alleviating The Distress Caused By Tinnitus, Hyperacusis And Misophonia: Current Perspectives. 2019
  2. Gabapentin for tinnitus: a systematic review. 2011
  3. Telehealth tinnitus therapy during the COVID-19 outbreak in the UK: uptake and related factors. 2021
  4. The relationship between hearing loss and insomnia for patients with tinnitus 2020
  5. Patients’ Perspectives About the Acceptability and Effectiveness of Audiologist-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Tinnitus and/or Hyperacusis Rehabilitation. 2019
  6. Parental Mental Illness in Childhood as a Risk Factor for Suicidal and Self-Harm Ideations in Adults Seeking Help for Tinnitus and/or Hyperacusis. 2019
  7. Factors Related to Insomnia in Adult Patients with Tinnitus and/or Hyperacusis: An Exploratory Analysis. 2019
  8. Tinnitus loudness and the severity of insomnia: a mediation analysis. 2019
  9. Parental Mental Health in Childhood as a Risk Factor for Anxiety and Depression among People Seeking Help for Tinnitus and Hyperacusis. 2019
  10. The Relationship between Severity of Hearing Loss and Subjective Tinnitus Loudness among Patients Seen in a Specialist Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Therapy Clinic in UK. 2019
  11. Parental separation and parental mental health in childhood and tinnitus and hyperacusis disability in adulthood: a retrospective exploratory analysis. 2018
  12. Effectiveness of Audiologist-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Rehabilitation: Outcomes for Patients Treated in Routine Practice. 2018
  13. Prevalence and Characteristics of Patients with Severe Hyperacusis among Patients Seen in a Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Clinic. 2018
  14. Uncomfortable loudness levels among children and adolescents seeking help for tinnitus and/or hyperacusis. 2018
  15. Thoughts about Suicide and Self-Harm in Patients with Tinnitus and Hyperacusis. 2018
  16. Proportion and characteristics of patients who were offered, enrolled in and completed audiologist-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy for tinnitus and hyperacusis rehabilitation in a specialist UK clinic. 2018
  17. Factors Associated With Depression in Patients With Tinnitus and Hyperacusis. 2017
  18. Incidence of Discomfort During Pure-Tone Audiometry and Measurement of Uncomfortable Loudness Levels Among People Seeking Help for Tinnitus and/or Hyperacusis. 2017
  19. Factors related to tinnitus and hyperacusis handicap in older people. 2017
  20. Factors related to uncomfortable loudness levels for patients seen in a tinnitus and hyperacusis clinic. 2017
  21. Usefulness of self-report questionnaires for psychological assessment of patients with tinnitus and hyperacusis and patients’ views of the questionnaires. 2017
  22. Tinnitus and hyperacusis therapy in a UK National Health Service audiology department: Patients’ evaluations of the effectiveness of treatments. 2016

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