We are the joint owners of the International Journal of Audiology, together with the International Society of Audiology and the Nordic Audiology Society. Our evidence based and peer reviewed recommended procedures and practice guidance used are by all sectors throughout the UK and are cited internationally. The BSA Special Interest Groups produce the majority of these documents and follow a rigorous production process of authoring, internal review, expert peer review and public consultation.
The BSA has a several groups responsible for advancing specific societal activity:
The BSA Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide our members with the opportunity to engage and work actively together to progress and develop a specialist area of the profession. Each SIG has a steering group responsible for its leadership and direction and a reference group responsible for completing specific activities as directed by the steering group. The SIGs are a great opportunity for members to develop their professional network, identity and expertise.