We are currently recruiting for the MSc Hearing Balance and Communication program (MHBC) for 2022-2024.
The mission of the MHBC programme is to engage a diverse group of professionals in expanding and progressing their professional capacities. It uses an interdisciplinary approach with expert facilitators from a wide range of disciplinary and clinical backgrounds in order to contribute to improved care for patients and their families.
The MSc in Hearing Balance and Communication is offered on a part-time basis only over 2 years. A range of elective modules allows students to tailor their studies to their own professional and personal interests. At all times the emphasis is on critical appraisal of research evidence.
Programme content includes the nature and aetiologies of hearing and balance disorders, as well as hearing-related communication abilities in the paediatric and elderly populations; behavioural and objective assessment of hearing in children and adults; cochlear implants and implantable devices, habilitation for adults including those with complex needs, and the nature and management of tinnitus and hyperacusis.
For information on individual modules and fees please see the
MSc Hearing Balance and Communication website: https://www.ucc.ie/en/ckx27/
|Dr Amr El Refaie
|Dr Siobhán Laoide-Kemp,