British Academy of Audiology
15th Annual Conference
8th & 9th November 2018, ACC Liverpool
Organised by the British Academy of Audiology, we are delighted to announce that the 15th annual conference and exhibition will take place on the 8th and 9th November 2018 at the ACC Liverpool.
Attracting over 600 delegates and 50 exhibitors along with an array of international speakers, BAA conference is the largest audiology conference in the UK.
Registration is now open! For more information visit: www.baaudiology.org/conference
Moving towards a connected future, preferential rates will be available to BAA, BSA and BSHAA members, please check the website for more information.
Our conference programme this year will once more have a strong clinical focus. There will be updates from the world of research, overviews of policy updates, exciting service innovations and examples of clinical excellence. Our main aim is for delegates to leave the conference with a clear idea of how they can implement what they have heard in their own departments or careers. Key sessions will cover cognition, screening programmes, developments in tinnitus research, technology updates and Audiology in primary care.
We are continuing with our streamlined programme with only 3 main parallel tracks, there will be early morning discussion groups and workshops and we are bringing back the popular ‘All You Need to Know’ sessions. New for 2018 is the Professional Development Lounge, here we will be having workshops on integrating research into clinical roles, the launch of the BAA Tinnitus CPD module and an exploration of the new REM guidelines amongst other things.
Conference Highlights include:
- The latest in Audiology research, education and expertise, with inspiring speakers and informative sessions
- The Adrian Davis lecture to be presented by Dr Nicholas Reed, John Hopkins School of Medicine
- The Bamford lecture to be presented by Andrew Whitehouse, Education Consultant specialising in Neurological Disorders, Tedx Speaker
- Other key note speakers include Barbara Weinstein and Louise Hickson
- Series of ‘all you need to know’ sessions providing practical advice for clinics with online resources
- Parallel sessions looking at all aspects of Audiology across all sectors from research to clinical practice, encompassing commercial aspects.
- Our Professional Development Lounge with workshops on integrating research into clinical roles, developing CPD activities, early career development support and exploring new practice guidelines
- Awards programme to acknowledge individuals and teams who have excelled in the Audiology profession
- The UK’s largest Audiology exhibition
- Exciting social event and networking opportunities
To view the programme visit: www.baaudiology.org/conference
REGISTER NOW at www.baaudiology.org/conference
Early bird price valid until 24th September 2018
Early bird price (students only) valid until 29th October 2018
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01506 292 045
British Society of Audiology e-Conference
1st – 31st December 2018
The UK’s largest virtual Audiology Conference featuring eminent speakers on a wide range of Audiology topics. Access all talks from 1st – 31st December 2018. No need to travel - join us from the comfort of your own computer!
A complete programme, with speaker abstracts, will be uploaded to the BSA e-Conference webpage once available
- Improving VEMP measurement with a view to explore saccular:Steven Bell and Faten Obeidat
- It's not just my problem, it's our problem: Supporting hearing loss self-management in older adults: Elizabeth Convery
- Forward and Backward Masking of Consonants in School-Age Children and Adults: Heather Porter
- Using the Adaptive Auditory Speech Test (AAST) as a Screening Tool in Children and Adults: Karolin Shaefer
- Potential Alternatives to Managing Hearing Loss in Care Home Residents with Dementia: Rebecca Millman
- Musicians’ Hearing: Samual Couth
- Hearing Loss and Assessment in India: Jeff Davies
- Goal Setting in Adult Rehabilitation: Dr Anne Olson
- Internet-based Interventions for Adults with Unaddressed Hearing Impairment: Dr Jill Preminger
- Dementia Screening: Douglas Beck
- Audiology Professionals and their Ethical Knowledge: Juan Bornman
- Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities - Communication Methods and Audiological Considerations: Siobhan Brennan
- Ecological Momentary Assessment and Tele-Audiology: Barbara Timmer
- Peadiatric Balance: TBC
Further sessions still to be announced and also bonus presentations will be available to see once again from our 2017 e-Conference.
How does it work?
- You can register from now, up until the 15th December. Please note that there is a cheaper rate for those who register before the 15th November
- On the 1st December, until midnight on the 31st December, all those who have registered will have unlimited access to over 15 pre-recorded sessions from some of the world’s top speakers. Please note that online support will be available until 21st December 2018
- The talks will be available 24 hours a day, so you can fit them in round your working week
- There isn’t a limit to the number of times you can log in and listen to the sessions
For more information and to register visit: https://www.thebsa.org.uk/events/event/bsa-econference/