Which interventions increase hearing protection behaviors during noisy recreational activities? A systematic review

Michael T. Loughran, Stephanie Lyons, Christopher J. Plack & Christopher J. Armitage
Abstract Background Hearing loss and tinnitus are global concerns that can be reduced through hearing protection behaviors (e.g., earplug use). Little is known about the effectiveness of interventions to increase hearing protection use in recreational domains. For the first time we review systematically the effectiveness of such interventions. Methods Systematic searches of nine databases, as well as grey literature and hand-searching, were conducted. Any study design was included if it assessed quantitatively a purposeful attempt...
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