Recommended reading

On the Stages of Change Model

Applications of Transtheoretical (Stages of Change) Model in Studying Attitudes and Behaviors of Adults with Hearing Loss: A Descriptive Review
Manchaiah,Vinaya, Hernandez, Barbara Michiels, Beck, Douglas L. (2018). Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, Volume 29 Number 6. June 2018.

Measuring motivation using the transtheoretical (stages of change) model: A follow-up study of people who failed an online hearing screening
Ingo, Elizabeth, Brännström, K. Jonas, Gerhard Andersson, Lunner, Thomas, and Laplante-Lévesque, Ariane. (2016). International Journal of Audiology.

Applying the Stages of Change to Audiologic Rehabilitation
Laplante-Lévesque, A. (2015) The Hearing Journal. Vol 68, 6. 8-10, 12.

Application of the Stages-of-Change Model in Audiology
Babeu, Lorraine A., Kricos, Patricia B., Lesner, Sharon A. (2004). JARA.

On A Patient Journey

Evaluating the process of change: Studies on patient journey, hearing disability acceptance and stages-of-change
Manchaiah, V.K.C., (2013). Linköping University Doctoral Thesis.

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
Manchaiah, V.K., Stephens, D., Andersson, G. et al. (2013). Trials 14, 25.

The 'patient journey' of adults with sudden-onset acquired hearing impairment: a pilot study
Manchaiah, V.K.C. and Stephens, D. (2012). Clinical Otolaryngology, 126(5): 475-81.

A Possible Patient Journey: A Tool to Facilitate Patient-Centered Care
Gregory, Melanie, (2012). Semin Hear 2012; 33(01): 009-015.

The patient journey of adults with hearing impairment: the patients' views
Manchaiah, V.K.C., Stephens, D., Meredith R. (2011). Clinical Otolaryngology, 36(3): 227-234

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