The Society is open to ALL people with an interest in Audiology and Hearing Science, including professionals, people with hearing loss and their families or friends. Put simply, if you have an interest in Audiology, the BSA is for you.Find out more >
Exciting Journal Clubs on Dementia and Twilight Meetings on Comorbidities of Hearing Loss. Don't miss 'What does the future hold in store for us all?" on 21 April 2015. We can shape the future!Find out more >
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 Practice Committee 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