The British Society of Audiology (BSA) is one of the largest learned societies in Europe, specializing in the research and the practice of Audiology. The Society is open to all those with an interest in hearing and balance science, including Audiologists, Otologists, hearing aid dispensers, speech and hearing scientists, hearing therapists, teachers of the deaf, educational audiologists, people with a hearing loss, and their families or friends.
The BSA is an independent voice, and provider of impartial advice and expertise in all matters related to hearing and balance; dedicated to linking science to practice, promotion of interdisciplinary collaborations, and supporting research. The BSA provides a round-the-year calendar of learning events including: the annual conference, basic science meeting, local BSA groups, and regional evening meetings.
The International Journal of Audiology (IJA) is one of the major benefits of membership of the BSA, and is available to members both in print form and via the BSA’s excellent website. The IJA is the main ‘go to’ source of expertise and current science in the field and has a consistently high quality of peer-reviewed articles and cutting-edge research, of huge value to students, practising audiologists, academic researchers, and indeed all those seeking state-of-the-art knowledge of any aspect of hearing and balance. This set of papers provides a valuable insight into the range and variety of topics covered by the journal.
Chairman, British Society of Audiology
International Journal of Audiology
- Janet Ho-Yee Ng & Alice Yuen Loke
Benefit from, and acclimatization to, frequency compression hearing aids in experienced adult hearing-aid users
- Rachel J. Ellis & Kevin J. Munro
Positive experiences associated with acquired hearing loss, Ménière's disease, and tinnitus: A review
- Vinaya Manchaiah, David M. Baguley, Ilmari Pyykkö, Erna Kentala & Hilla Levo
International Collegium of Rehabilitative Audiology (ICRA) recommendations for the construction of multilingual speech tests
- Michael A. Akeroyd, Stig Arlinger, Ruth A. Bentler, Arthur Boothroyd, Norbert Dillier,Wouter A. Dreschler, Jean-Pierre Gagné, Mark Lutman, Jan Wouters, Lena Wong &Birger Kollmeier
- Katie Ekberg, Carly Meyer, Nerina Scarinci, Caitlin Grenness & Louise Hickson
Evolving concepts of developmental auditory processing disorder (APD): A British Society of Audiology APD Special Interest Group ‘white paper’
- David R. Moore, Stuart Rosen, Doris-Eva Bamiou, Nicole G. Campbell & Tony Sirimanna
- Brian Gygi & Deborah Ann Hall
- J. Jonsson, A. Bohman, G.S. Shekhawat, K. Kobayashi & G.D. Searchfield
Eye movement autophony in superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome may be caused by trans-dural transmission of extraocular muscle contraction
- Mahmood F. Bhutta