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MEDEL MEET UP – 22 October 2022 in BRISTOL

MEDEL are hosting a Hearing Implant Information day, in Bristol on Saturday 22nd October 2022.                 The event will be held at DoubleTree by Hilton in Bristol City Centre BS1 6NJ If you are considering a hearing implant, or are an existing implant user, there is something for you including: Interactive sessions Meet HearPeer Mentors Speak to the Experts Lunch and refreshments. Continue reading →

Senior Rehabilitationist (Speech and Language Therapist) Opportunity

We have a team of therapists working at USAIS that include Speech and Language Therapists. They help our patients to learn about sound and develop speech and language skills.  We currently have a vacancy and would like to recruit a Senior Rehabilitationist to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for the specialised assessment of hearing impaired adults and children for a range of auditory implants and devices. Continue reading →

Tinnitus in Deaf and Hearing Loss Patients

A University of Nottingham researcher is conducting research into Tinnitus experienced by patients who are deaf or have hearing loss.  The purpose of the research is to learn how to better treat tinnitus in people who are deaf or have severe to profound hearing loss. Research participants will be asked to complete questionnaires and take part in an interview lasting approximately one hour, which can be face to face (in Nottingham) or held remotely over Zoom, Facetime or MS Teams. Continue reading →

An exciting opportunity to join a patient-informed research group at USAIS

The Auditory Implant Service would like to work with patients and carers to improve our service and provide an opportunity for members to develop and contribute to research in the areas in which we work.  Patients and carers who are interested will join a group.  Members of the group, who would like to, will be able to take part in events and join a Microsoft Teams site to discuss areas of interest and read about research opportunities. Continue reading →