- Published on 06 June 2022
The British Academy of Audiology holds its 18th annual conference and exhibition on October 13 and 14, 2022 at the Manchester Central Convention Complex, Manchester, UK. Registration is now open.
Key deadline dates:
- Abstract submissions: Monday July 4, 2022
- Award nominations: Monday August 1, 2022
- Early bird registration: Sunday August 14, 2022
A packed programme of scientific presentations will include; setting hearing aids for adults, outcome measures, cognition and hearing loss, paediatric assessment and early access to sound, paediatric tinnitus management, vestibular assessment and management and non-vestibular sources of dizziness, criteria and outcomes of BCI and MEI devices, and dementia and cognition keynotes. There is also a session on Auditory Processing Disorder, due to popular demand, and more information on service innovations as audiology professionals continue to evolve their services.
Among enticing presentations by renowned speakers, Dr. Sergi Costafreda Gonzalez, Associate Professor, Mental Health of Older Adults, Division of Psychiatry, UCL, and consultant at the Camden & Islington Foundation Trust, will be delivering the Adrian Davis lecture on "Hearing loss and cognition. From epidemiology to clinical trials". The Bamford lecture will be presented by Dr. Paul Johns, Consultant Neuropathologist and Reader in Clinical Neuroanatomy, St George's University Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust and St George's, University of London: "Neuroscience of hearing and language: The importance of early access to sound". Other Keynote speakers include; Professor Sophie Scott CBE, Dr. Zara Jay, and Professor Iracema Leroi.
Free paper and poster presentations form an integral part of the conference and are a way for those working within the audiology field to share best practice, research and network with colleagues.
Each year, the BAA Annual Conference s those individuals and teams who have excelled or shown exceptional commitment to the Audiology profession over the past year.
For more information and the full programme, click here.