Audiology Organisations - UK

Audiology related professional organisations that provide useful services, information and advice for audiology professionals are listed in this section of the Audiology Resources website. The activities of the audiology related organisations given often include: arranging audiology events, meetings and courses for continuing professional development, the publication of peer-reviewed audiology related scientific / medical journals detailing the latest research, and giving advice on the qualifications and training needed to practice audiology in the country or region (state / province) they are based in.

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UK Audiology Organisations
  • British Academy of Audiology (BAA)
    This website details the activities of the newly formed British Academy of Audiology, which was formed from the merger of the British Association of Audiological Scientist (BAAS), the British Association of Audiologists (BAAT) and the British Society of Hearing Therapists (BSHT)

  • British Association of Audiological Physicians (BAAP)
    The British Association of Audiological Physicians represents physicians in the United Kingdom that specialise in the field of Audiological Medicine.

  • British Society of Audiology (BSA)
    The British Society of Audiology aims to increase knowledge of hearing and balance and to enhance audiological practice by dissemination and education.

  • British Association of Educational Audiologists (BAEA)
    The British Association of Educational Audiologists promote good practice in educational audiology for all deaf and hearing impaired children throughout the United Kingdom.

  • The British Association of Paediatricians in Audiology (BAPA)
    This is an association of paediatricians practising audio-vestibular medicine. BAPA formed in 2007 from the former British Association of Community Doctors in Audiology (BACDA).

  • British Association of Teachers of the Deaf (BATOD)
    This website reflects the activities of the British Association of Teachers of the Deaf, which is the professional organisation for teachers of the deaf in the United Kingdom.

  • British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA)
    BSHAA is the professional body which represents and promotes the interests of the private hearing aid profession within the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

  • British Tinnitus Association
    The British Tinnitus Association provides information for tinnitus patients and is involved in the dissemination of information about tinnitus and encourages and finances research into the condition.

  • British Society of Neuro-Otology (BSNO)
    Aims to provide a forum for informal discussion and the opportunity to present research in related topics of Neuro-Otology, Balance Disorders and Vestibular Science.

  • Defeating Deafness
    Defeating Deafness is the UK's only national charity dedicated to helping hearing-impaired people through medical research and education. It exists to secure radical improvements in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all forms of hearing impairment.

  • National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS)
    The National Deaf Children's Society is an organisation of parents, families and carers which exists to support parents in enabling their child to maximise their skills and abilities; and works to facilitate this process by every means possible. Its fundamental role is to advocate for parents and carers as and when appropriate, whilst at all times ensuring the child's welfare is paramount.

  • Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID)
    RNID is the largest charity representing the 9 million deaf and hard of hearing people in the UK. The aims of the RNID are to achieve a radically better quality of life for deaf and hard of hearing people.


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