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2019 Congress presentation recordings

BSHAA members can see recordings of the presentations and workshops from the 2019 Congress in June. All of the presentations from day two were recorded, as well as most of the in-depth workshops on the opening day. Speakers on day two inclu...

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'Aural Diversity' founder to speak at BSHAA Professional Development Day

We're delighted to have Professor Andrew Hugill - the founder of the brilliant 'Aural Diversity' project - as one of our speakers at the BSHAA Professional Development Day. Andrew - who has severe hearing loss, tinnitus and diplacusi...

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Registration open for 2019 BSHAA Professional Development Day

  HEARING, HEALTH AND WELL-BEING The 2019 BSHAA Professional Development Day Saturday 7 September etc venues Liverpool Street Norton Folgate, Bishopsgate Court, 4-12 Norton Folgate E1 6DQ VENUE DETAILS Up to 19 BSHAA C...

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National organisations join forces to tackle hearing loss in England

NHS England, the Local Government Association, public health experts and hearing sector organisations have co-authored a guide to help regions in England understand local hearing needs. The Hearing Loss Joint Strategic Needs Assessment guide, p...

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Wearing hearing aid may help protect brain in later life

A new study has concluded that people who wear a hearing aid for age-related hearing problems maintain better brain function than those who do not - and they could be reducing the risk of dementia as well. This latest research, conducted by the...

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