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BSHAA's response to NICE tinnitus consultation

BSHAA submitted a detailed response on behalf of members to NICE’s consultation on its draft guideline on the management and assessment of tinnitus. Our response aims to help NICE ensure that its final guideline – which is due to be pu...

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European Audiologist of the Year award for BSHAA member Paula

After being named the UK Audiologist of the Year recently for her outstanding dedication to patient care, BSHAA member Paula Cook has now been crowned European Audiologist of the Year. Paula Cook of Aston Hearing in Amersham beat national f...

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BSHAA member becomes new BTA president

Tony Kay, BSHAA member and head of audiology services at Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, has become the new President of the British Tinnitus Association (BTA). David Stockdale, BTA chief executive said: “We are deli...

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BSHAA member Paula named UK Audiologist of the Year

BSHAA member Paula Cook has been named as the top hearing professional in the United Kingdom as part of a search for Europe’s best audiologist. Paula – of Aston Hearing in Amersham, Buckinghamshire – was awarded the title...

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Nominations open for 2019 BSHAA elections

Nominations opened on Monday 23 September for the 2019 BSHAA Council and Vice President elections. As well as electing six Council members in November, the BSHAA membership will also be electing the Society's next Vice President who will go...

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