BSA turns 50 – Membership Awards

As part of the celebrations for the BSA turning 50 we have honoured seventeen members from across all areas of the BSA and Audiology for their support and professionalism:

For going above and beyond their role in the BSA

Prof Alan Palmer   For editing the abstracts at many Short Papers meetings for BJA / IJA publication for many years
Barry Downes For his extensive work in his role as the Treasurer of the BSA
Prof Brian Moore   For editing the abstracts at many Short Papers meetings for BJA / IJA publication for many years
Donna Corrigan   For her extensive work in her role as the Chair of the Professional Guidance Group and setting up systems to make it a vibrant and active group
Gemma Twitchen For her extensive work in her role as the Global Outreach SIG Chair and helping establish this SIG in its first year of work
Helen Brough   For her extensive contact as a member of the Global Outreach SIG and BSA member whilst volunteering in Malawi
Jane Wild   For her extensive work in her roles as the Vice Chair of ARIG and leading and motivating the Editorial team for Audacity

Shown outstanding commitment and professionalism to the BSA

Charlotte Turtle For getting BSA onto social media and supporting this work over the last 3 years
Gemma Crundwell

                                                                                                                         

For her efficiency and commitment to her role in the Learning Events Group
Robert Rendell For his long-standing commitment as a member of the Professional Guidance Group and all of the developments of BSA Guidance he has been responsible for
Siobhan Brennan For her consistent commitment to the BSA and the new challenges she accepts and delivers on both for the annual conferences, learning events and as the Chair of the EP SIG

 Contribution to the advancement of the Society

Christopher Cartwright For his initial and ongoing work on BSA online learning

Made an outstanding contribution to progress at the British Society of Audiology and the wider audiology community

Prof David Furness For his for running the Short Papers meeting for many years
John Day For his ongoing support and leadership on all matters falling under the advisory role and for all the foundational work he has done to ensure all general enquiries and matters affecting national policy use a standardised system
Dr Melanie Ferguson For her excellent leadership of ARIG and contributions to annual conferences
Dr Nicci Campbell   For her outstanding contribution to the BSA and wider audiology community (As both a BSA trustee and Chair of the APD SIG)
Prof Ted Evens For his for instigation and running the Short Papers meeting for many years