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Honouring Raj Singh on International Cochlear Implant Day

The cochlear implant team at University Hospital Crosshouse has honoured the founder of the Scottish Cochlear Implant Programme by renaming its department after him. Since International Cochlear Implant Day on Friday 25 February, it is to be known as the Raj Singh Cochlear Implant Unit.

World’s oldest recipient of a cochlear implant

What do you ask for on your birthday when you are 103 years old? Leslie Hodgson (above) knew exactly what he wanted: his hearing back. And clinicians at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust were happy to help, breaking two...

BAA/BCIG Cochlear Implant Champions Webinar

@09.00 - 11.30 BST

Cochlear Implant Champion Scheme - Training Event

The Cochlear Implant Champion Scheme aims to ensure that all eligible adults and children, and their families, are well informed about cochlear implants and are offered a timely referral. The scheme was started in 2019 by Martin O’Driscoll from the...

British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting (BCIG)

This was the first conference I had ever attended and I felt very lucky to be able to be there in person after years of virtual learning. The conference began with a welcome from our hosts and a rendition of...

3rd International Symposium on Music & Cochlear Implant Research

It was an honour to attend the third Music and Cochlear Implant (CI) Symposium, hosted by the Cambridge Hearing Group this September. Run as a hybrid in-person and virtual event, the symposium brought together more than 350 people from diverse...

Cochlear Implant International Community of Action: closing the gap in CI provision

The 25 February was International Cochlear Implant (CI) Day. Over 50 years after the introduction of CIs, how far have we progressed in ensuring access to CI and CI services for those who could benefit? Only between five and 10%...

Salus University is now accepting applications to the Advanced Studies Certificate Programs:

Advanced Studies programs are for working audiologists who have a degree in audiology and are interested in specialising in a specific area of study.