One of the best ways you can get involved in our research is by joining our research panel.
What is the Action on Hearing Loss research panel?
Our research panel is a group of people who are deaf or have hearing loss, who have signed up to take part in our research on regular basis. Our panel members have also previously taken part in projects to help us shape our priorities and inform the design of research studies.
Why should I join?
Evidence gathered through our research panel informs our work in many different ways. Good research is reliant on people being willing to share their views and experiences. Our research panel is a great opportunity for people who are deaf or have hearing loss to share their views on a range of different topics and shape the overall direction of our work.
We also keep panel members updated about the outcome of projects, including the results and what action has been taken as a result of the findings.
What will being a panel member involve?
We ask panel members to complete up to four short online surveys a year. From time to time, you may also be contacted about opportunities to take part in focus groups or one-to-one interviews.
If you apply to be a part of our research panel you will be under no obligation to complete every survey or take part in other research activities. However, for the panel to be worthwhile, we really need people who are committed to providing feedback on a regular basis. Not all panel members will be asked to take part in every survey, as some surveys will be targeted at specific groups.
How do I join?
You can sign up to our research panel by completing this short questionnaire to tell us a bit about yourself.
If you have any questions about the panel or any problems completing these surveys please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org