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Smith, Sian K., Pryce, Helen, O'Connell, Georgina Burns, Hussain, Saira, Shaw, Rachel and Straus, Jean (2024). 'The burden is very much on yourself': A qualitative study to understand the illness and treatment burden of hearing loss across the life course. Health Expectations, 27 (3),

Pryce, Helen, Smith, Sian, Burns O'Connell, Georgie, Hussain, Saira, Straus, Jean and Shaw, Rachel (2024). The lived experience of hearing loss - an individualised responsibility. International Journal of Audiology ,

Pryce, Helen, Smith, Sian Karen, Burns-O'Connell, Georgina, Knibb, Rebecca, Greenwood, Rosemary, Shaw, Rachel, Hussain, Saira, Banks, Jonathan, Hall, Amanda, Straus, Jean and Noble, Sian (2023). Protocol for the development and validation of a patient-reported experience measure (PREM) for people with hearing loss:the PREM-HeLP. BMJ Open, 13 (11),

Dhanda, Nisha and Pryce, Helen (2023). An ethnography study exploring factors that influence social isolation in care home residents living with dementia and hearing loss. BMC Geriatrics, 23 (1),

Pryce, Helen, Smith, Sian Karen, Burns-O'Connell, Georgina, Shaw, Rachel, Hussain, Saira, Banks, Jonathan, Hall, Amanda, Knibb, Rebecca, Greenwood, Rosemary and Straus, Jean (2023). Protocol for a qualitative study exploring the lived experience of hearing loss and patient reported experience in the UK:the HeLP study. BMJ Open, 13 (6),

Pryce, Helen, Dauman, Nicolas and Burns-O’Connell, Georgina (2023). What is the burden of tinnitus? Frontiers in Psychology, 13 ,

MacNicholas, Olivia and Pryce, Helen (2022). Clinical physiologists’ experiences of working with people with non epileptic attack disorder: A qualitative study. Epilepsy and Behavior, 127 ,

Underdown, Thomas and Pryce, Helen (2021). How do patients decide on interventions for single sided deafness? A qualitative investigation of patient views. International Journal of Audiology ,

Munir, Shameela and Pryce, Helen (2021). How can sound generating devices support coping with tinnitus? International Journal of Audiology, 60 (4), pp. 312-318.

Hussain, Saira, Pryce, Helen, Neary, Amy and Hall, Amanda (2021). Exploring how parents of children with unilateral hearing loss make habilitation decisions: a qualitative study. International Journal of Audiology, 60 (3), pp. 183-190.

Pryce, Helen and Shaw, Rachel L (2020). Lifeworld interpretation of tinnitus. Medical Humanities, 45 (4), pp. 428-433.

Dillon, Briony and Pryce, Helen (2020). What makes someone choose cochlear implantation?:An exploration of factors that inform patient decision making. International Journal of Audiology, 59 (1), pp. 24-32.

Pryce, Helen, Moutela, Tiago, Bunker, Colette and Shaw, Rachel L (2019). Tinnitus groups – a model of social support and social connectedness from peer interaction. British Journal of Health Psychology, 24 (4), pp. 913-930.

Hall, Amanda, Pryce, Helen, Bruce, Iain, Callery, Peter, Lakhanpaul, Monica and Schilder, Anne (2019). A mixed methods study of the management of hearing loss associated with otitis media with effusion in children with Down syndrome. Clinical Otolaryngology, 44 (1), pp. 32-38.

Pryce, Helen, Hall, Amanda, Shaw, Rachel, Culhane, Beth-Anne, Swift, Sarah, Straus, Jean and Claesen, Beth (2018). Patient preferences in tinnitus outcomes and treatments:a qualitative study. International Journal of Audiology, 57 (10), pp. 784-790.

Pryce, Helen and Chilvers, Katie (2018). Losing silence, gaining acceptance:A qualitative exploration of the role of thoughts in adult patients with subjective tinnitus. International Journal of Audiology, 57 (11), pp. 801-808.

Pryce, Helen, Hall, Amanda, Marks, Elizabeth, Culhane, Beth-Anne, Swift, Sarah, Straus, Jean and Shaw, Rachel L (2018). Shared decision-making in tinnitus care - An exploration of clinical encounters. British Journal of Health Psychology, 23 (3), pp. 630-645.

Pryce, Helen, Durand, Marie-Anne, Hall, Amanda, Shaw, Rachel L, Culhane, Beth-Anne, Swift, Sarah, Straus, Jean, Marks, Elizabeth, Ward, Melanie and Chilvers, Katie (2018). The development of a decision aid for tinnitus. International Journal of Audiology, 57 (9), pp. 714-719.

Wolber, Lisa E. and Pryce, Helen (2017). Measuring the impact of illness perception on NHS audiology service usage in presbycusis patients – a feasibility study. Hearing, Balance and Communication, 15 (1), pp. 16-29.

Pryce, Helen, Hall, Amanda, Laplante-Lévesque, Ariane and Clark, Elizabeth (2016). A qualitative investigation of decision making during help-seeking for adult hearing loss. International Journal of Audiology, 55 (11), pp. 658-665.

Pryce, Helen, Hall, Amanda and Gooberman-Hill, Rachael (2015). The role of volunteer support in the community for adults with hearing loss and hearing aids. Patient Education and Counseling, 98 (8), pp. 954-960.

Pryce, Helen (2015). King-Kopetzky syndrome: A biopsychosocial approach to adult APD. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 19 (1), pp. 22-31.

Bronus, Kit, El Refaie, Amr and Pryce, Helen (2011). Auditory training and adult rehabilitation:a critical review of the evidence. Global Journal of Health Science, 3 (1), pp. 49-63.

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