Event Details
Date: 5 June 2023 - 6 June 2023

Location name: Birmingham, UK

Location address: Birmingham Conference & Events Centre (BCEC), Hill Street, Birmingham, B5 4EW, UK

Contact: Fitwise Management Ltd.

Tel: +44 (0)1506 292 039


The BSA Scientific Meeting showcases the best of the British Society of Audiology, the leading UK scientific forum for clinicians and researchers with an interest in hearing, tinnitus and balance. The event will be of particular interest to audiologists, researchers, clinical scientists, teachers of the deaf, hearing therapists, academia, lecturers and audiology students.

It promises to be highly interactive, with discussions and workshops taking place across both days, offering delegates the latest updates in the field of audiology. There is also a comprehensive exhibition with new products and the latest research.

Topics and speakers already confirmed include:

  • Separating the causes of listening difficulties in children – Professor Harvey Dillon
  • OAE and its clinical application – Dr Amanda Hall, Dr Paul Bacon and Constantina Georga.
  • Panel Discussion: Hearing aid fittings – an interactive workshop to define what makes best practice, what makes a good hearing aid fitting and where clinical practice varies – Gaby Saunders, Rachel Stevenson, Judith Bird, Gemma Hopkins and Ann-Marie Dickinson.
  • Clinical considerations and outcome expectations for the current generation of BC and ME devices – Andrew Soulby, Clinical Scientist (Audiology) and Clinical Researcher.

The BSA is happy to be offering free membership for one year to non-members signing up to this event. Find out more.

BSA is accepting abstracts for poster presentations and submissions until 7 April 2023. Abstracts are a great way to share your research findings and to network with colleagues. If you are a student looking to submit an abstract, the Roger Thornton Award is also available for applications to help you present your work at the scientific meeting.