The Adult Rehabilitation Interest Group Are Looking to Recruit

 

 

The Adult Rehabilitation Interest Group are looking to recruit a new member from the third sector to join the SIG. ARIG is a dynamic and active special interest group and provides an opportunity for multi-disciplinary professionals to engage and work actively together progressing the field of adult aural rehabilitation.  All SIGs play an important role in enabling the BSA to deliver against its strategic aims and objectives as outlined in the current action plan.  To achieve this, the SIG Steering Group will act as the advisory body for the BSA Council in this area.

ARIG meets 4 times per year (3 online meetings and one face to face) and much of the work is done in between meetings. If you would like to know more information please contact Jane Wild (Chair) on jane.wild@wales.nhs.uk to discuss your application further or complete the following application and return this to bsa@thebsa.org.uk

Name: 
City and Country where you are based: 
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What you could bring to being a member of ARIG: