NICE recruiting professional and lay members for Hearing loss (adult onset) guideline committee

NICE are recruiting for professional and lay members for the NICE Hearing loss (adult onset) guideline committee.

This guidance will be pivotal to the future delivery of adult Audiology in the UK, so it is critical that this piece of work is well informed with input from knowledgeable professionals – BSA members are encouraged to apply. Note however, that as for all similar NICE committees, those applying are doing so as individuals rather than as representatives of any organisation.

Full information about the roles, including how to apply, can be found through the following link:

https://www.nice.org.uk/get-involved/join-a-committee/professional-member-hlgc

Positions particularly relevant to BSA members are:
1 x audiovestibular physician
2 x healthcare professionals with expertise in the assessment and management of hearing loss in adults
1 x ear, nose and throat surgeon
1 x scientist specialising in hearing research
The deadline for applications is 5pm, Tuesday 26 April 2016.

If you have any questions please get in touch with Natalie Pink, Project Manager at Natalie.Pink@rcplondon.ac.uk or 020 3075 1408.
I would also be happy to offer advice (john.day@wales.nhs.uk)

John Day
BSA Trustee (BSA representative on stakeholder group for this guidance)