Chair's Message

A collection of current and past messages from the Chair of the British Society of Audiology

Chair’s message – Winter 2016

All change on BSA council (with some familiar faces retained!) At the Annual General Meeting of BSA in September 2016 Read more…

Incoming Chair’s remarks September 2016

Incoming Chair’s remarks September 2016 – Building on the past; consolidating in the present; planning for the future As I Read more…

Chairman’s message: Spring 2016

All successful organisations must be prepared to change and keep moving forward. In my view, the ability to adapt and Read more…

Chairman’s Message – Autumn 2015

‘Transforming knowledge to sound practice’ is the excellent title for the next BSA Annual Conference in April next year. This Read more…

Chairman’s message – Spring 2015

Knowledge, Learning, Practice, Impact: these are the key headings within the BSA’s logo and they neatly sum up the raison Read more…

Chairman’s Message – Summer 2014

Transforming BSA: progress means new challenges The origins of international paediatric audiology can be traced to the death of a Read more…

Chairman’s Message Spring 2014

UK and BSA: what has held each of them together? On 18 September 2014, a relatively small proportion of the Read more…

Chairman’s Message Winter 2013

Connect, communicate and contribute Participants at the 2013 annual conference had the opportunity to hear my presentation on ‘BSA Update: Read more…

Chairman’s Message July 2013

BSA and you: let’s get engaged Politicians and journalists are apt to use the term ‘It is not a given’ Read more…

Chairman’s Message Spring 2013

Carried by the current or moving with purpose? Since sharing my first Chairman s message (BSA: omnipotent or impotent?) with Read more…

Chairman’s Message Oct 2012

British Society of Audiology: omnipotent or impotent? I am privileged to be your new chairman. The duration of office from Read more…