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TINNET Management Committee in Brussels, 19 January 2015


comit logoThe tinnitus workgroup V for clinical outcome measures has developed a set of recommendations for designing and reporting clinical trials on tinnitus. These recommendations are intended not only for investigators designing and reporting clinical efficacy trials, but also for journal editors and journal reviewers who play an important role in the publication process.

Download the recommendations here: WGV recommendations.

The Neuroimaging Workgroup has developed a proposal for the standardisation of M/EEG procedures together with a questionnaire for tinnitus-related and tinnitus-unrelated thoughts during resting-state recordings. The proposal will be presented by Peyman Adjamian at the TRI/TINNET conference in Nottingham and is open for discussion.

Downloads: Standardisation of M/EEG procedures            Tinnitus Resting-State Questionnaire

 

Specials issue about TINNETA special issue about TINNET just appeared in the international magazine “ENT & Audiology News” with a series of articles about TINNET. The main focus of these articles is to showcase the recent activities of the EU COST Action TINNET programme across Europe, but tinnitus-related activity led by two key charities is also presented. Thanks a lot to Deborah Hall, who has guest-edited this special issue: ENT & Audiology News, 2016; 24 (6):p.71-100.

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Dear friends and colleagues,

we are very happy and thankful for the fruitful year with TINNET. Together, we have accomplished a lot of good things!

We wish you a Merry Christmas and are looking forward to the new year 2016 with you.

neuroimaging workgroup meeting in PoznanOn October 16, 2015, the Neuroimaging Working Group (WG 3) met in Poznan, Polen. The group worked on standard guidelines for the data acquisition using EEG/MEG and fMRI in tinnitus patients. Furthermore, it was discussed about a questionnaire for the assessment of mindwandering during the resting state recordings.

The guidelines and questionnaire will be published on this website.

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