The European Tinnitus Course is taking place this March in Birmingham. Led by David Baguley and once again in collaboration with the British Tinnitus Association, the faculty – made up of David Baguley, Beth-Anne Culhane, Don McFerran and Laurence McKenna - will deliver a packed programme designed to equip those attending with the knowledge, skills and confidence to be the authority on tinnitus and hyperacusis within their practice.

The course was first developed in the 1970s by the late Dr Ross Coles and is a pioneer in tinnitus training being one of the longest running tinnitus courses in the world. Of course, there have been many changes over the years refreshing content and keeping up to date with the latest developments in the field.

David Baguley, Professor in Hearing Sciences at Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre, said:

“The European Tinnitus Course is the highlight of my year, it’s a fantastic opportunity for Audiologist’s and ENT’s to get to the detail of how to support and treat people with tinnitus and hyperacusis.”

Beth-Anne Culhane, advanced audiologist and hearing therapist at St George’s University Hospital added: “It’s a great opportunity to hear the latest evidence and how it informs clinical practice. We encourage an environment where we all learn from each other through sharing our experience and problem-solving.”

Above: The European Tinnitus Course class of 2018. The course attracts participants from across the globe with previous attendees coming from Ghana, Norway, Saudi Arabi and bookings for this year already coming from the United States, Ireland and Denmark.

For information on the course and it’s programme please visit
At time of print places are still available, for booking enquiries contact [email protected] 

The British Tinnitus Association's other flagship course 'Tinnitus Adviser Training' runs throughout the year at various locations, to find out more about the course and where it is happening click here