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BATOD - British Association of Teachers of the Deaf
BATOD is the only Association representing the interests of teachers of deaf children and young people in the United Kingdom. It includes in its membership representatives from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland & Wales, and also colleagues from overseas
BIAP (The Internationnal Bureau for AudioPhonology)
The Internationnal Bureau for AudioPhonology is a unique multididisciplinary association who puiblish since 40 years recommandations about all aspects of audiophonology in English, German, French and Spanish.
Bone Anchored Users Group Forum
The Ear Foundation's Bone Anchored Users Forum is run by Bone Anchored Hearing System users for users of this hearing technology. The purpose of this site is to offer a valuable resource for those who are current users, and those who have been advised by their surgeons that they might benefit.
British Academy of Audiology
BAA has now been formed from the merged British Association of Audiological Scientists (BAAS) and the British Association of Audiologists (BAAT) and the British Society of Hearing Therapists (BSHT) to become the largest UK Audiology organisation.
British Association of Paediatricians in Audiolgy (BAPA)
BAPA aims to promote standards in both the training and professional qualifications of Paediatricians working in audio-vestibular medicine and to contribute to the training of other professionals working in related disciplines.
British Cochlear Implant Group
The British Cochlear Implant Group is a professional body representing all the Cochlear Implant Centres and other specialist medical practitioners throughout the United Kingdom.
British Society of Audiology
BSA aims to increase knowledge of hearing and balance and to enhance audiological practice by dissemination and education. It was founded in 1966, has grown steadily since then and is by far the largest audiology society in Europe.