BSA ARIG is recruiting!

18.07.24

The BSA’s Adult Rehabilitation Special Interest Group (ARIG) is a dynamic group of clinicians, researchers, educators and policy makers working actively to progress the field of adult rehabilitation. ARIG plays a crucial role in bringing together like-minded individuals to explore, discuss, and advance specific areas of interest within adult rehabilitation.

They are currently seeking passionate and dedicated individuals to join the SIG as committee members. As a committee member, you will have the opportunity to contribute your expertise, collaborate with fellow professionals, and help shape the direction of adult rehabilitation within Audiology.

As a committee member, they would like you to:

  • Actively participate in up to 4 committee meetings per year (usually online), providing insights, and contributing to discussions
  • Collaborate with other committee members on initiatives and projects related to the SIG’s focus
  • Contribute to the development of resources, practice guidance, recommended procedures in the area of adult rehabilitation
  • Represent ARIG at events and conferences, promoting our SIG and its initiatives
  • They would also welcome applications from someone interested in the secretary role which would involve:
    • Taking minutes at the quarterly meetings
    • Co-ordinating dates and setting up the online meetings
    • Liaising with BSA administration on group membership

By joining the SIG, you will get to benefit from:

  • Networking opportunities with professionals in the field
  • Professional development and learning experiences
  • Recognition within Audiology and the adult rehabilitation field
  • The chance to make a meaningful impact on the progression of adult rehabilitation

If you are passionate about adult rehabilitation and eager to contribute to a thriving SIG, they would love to hear from you!

For further information and for an application form, please email bsa@thebsa.org.uk by 22nd March 2024

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