The BTA aims to ‘encourage and promote the provision of sufficiently trained people for the management/treatment of those with tinnitus.’ We seek to achieve this through supporting Bursaries for those who work within the NHS, supporting people with tinnitus.Read more

Children's activity books

These activity books for children can be used in conjunction with our award winning leaflets to help children learn to manage their tinnitus successfully.Read more

Professional membership

By joining the BTA as a Professional Member and signing our Membership Charter, you are sending a clear message to the tinnitus community – your patients – that you are committed and dedicated to helping those affected by the condition.Read more

Professional membership charter

As part of an individual's Professional Membership of the BTA, they are asked to agree to a number of promises which endorse their commitment to the BTA and which form part of the conditions of Professional Membership.Read more

Regional Tinnitus Networks

Regional Tinnitus Networks give health service professionals working with tinnitus patients an opportunity to meet, share information and keep up to date with the latest developments.Read more

Small Research Project Scheme

Now open for applicationsRead more