For Tinnitus Week 2021,  British Tinnitus Association is campaigning to make sure that everyone with tinnitus gets the right information, from the right place, at the right time.

The charity says that a negative start to a tinnitus journey can have a serious impact on how tinnitus in managed and a patient’s mental health. ‘From being told to just learn to live with it by a medical professional to reading incorrect and potentially harmful information online.’ Whilst they acknowledge ¬†that this is not the case for everyone, they want to make sure that it is not the case for anyone.

To support this campaign, the British Academy of Audiology has Tinnitus Training available for all professionals, to make sure they are able to give the right information at the right time. The training consists of three modules and some reflective practice work. Once these are completed and assessed an e-certificate is issued for CPD records. Access the modules here

Additionally, the BAA is making available for all, two fabulous presentations from our members-only BAA Online webinars held in 2020.

  • Beyond the screen: Best practice for working remotely with your tinnitus patient with Debbie Featherstone
  • Tinnitus: Decision aids and NICE Guidance with Dr Declan Murphy

Watch both Tinnitus presentations below

Beyond the screen: Best practice for working remotely with your tinnitus patient with Debbie Featherstone

Tinnitus: Decision aids and NICE Guidance with Dr Declan Murphy