The conference provided an outstanding range of themed sessions with high-quality speakers from across the globe. Special thanks to the speakers, those who presented posters and delegates.Find out more >
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BSA jointly owns (with ISA and NAS) IJA, a peer reviewed academic journal on audiology science and clinical practice plus a membership magazine promoting learning and knowledge.
The Learning Events Group is responsible for developing and co-ordinating a programme of events that facilitate inter-professional and inter-disciplinary learning.
The Professional Guidance Group is a leading provider of clinical guidance and recommended procedures to the national and international audiology community.
The BSA has a major role in leading and contributing to the national agenda for policies on research, education and clinical practice as well as being represented on a great many ventures