European Tinnitus Course
7-9th March 2019 - Birmingham

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If you're paying by invoice and would benefit from making payment in the next financial year, you can secure your place by booking now and making arrangements to pay after April. 

The highly acclaimed pioneer in tinnitus training returns for its 30th outing following a successful return in 2018 after a seven year absence. Originally developed by the late Dr Ross Coles in the 1970's, the European Tinnitus Course is one of the longest running tinnitus courses in the world. 

Course Content:

This detailed and intense course is packed full of information covering the many variations of tinnitus and hyperacusis, their definitions, basic sciences, measurements and assessments, latest research and treatment options across the medical, audiological and psychological worlds. 

With revised and refreshed content, reflecting the many discoveries and innovations in this rapidly developing field, the 2019 course will present modern concepts and management of tinnitus and hyperacusis in a multidisciplinary, evidence-based manner, the 3 day course will be comprised of both smaller group sessions and traditional teaching from an esteemed faculty.

Download the full brochure here.

Where and when?

Conference Aston University

Thursday 7th - Saturday 9th March 2019

We are returning to Conference Aston, on the edge of Birmingham City Centre, the venue played host to our 2018 Annual Conference and impressed us with their dedicated meeting suites and onsite hotel - for which we've negotiated an excellent discounted rate for our course delegates to check in to. Make your accommodation booking before February 8th to get the reduced rate.

Who should attend? 

The European Tinnitus Course is aimed at healthcare professionals in audiology, psychology, ENT and audiovestibular medicine, who have already acquired their basic proficiencies but are wishing to specialise in tinnitus or who wish to take their tinnitus knowledge to the next level. The course is also relevant to scientists undertaking research in the field of tinnitus and hyperacusis.

This course is suitable for anyone who sees patients with tinnitus and wants to build on their knowledge and clinical skills. The course will leave you feeling more confident to help the people who come to see you.

The Faculty

Cost 

£650 

Course costs includes materials and handouts, lunch and refreshments and certification. The aforementioned preferential rates at Conference Aston Hotel are available alongside this course but not included within it's costs. 

Booking information

Bookings for this course are already being taken and places are limited, download the booking form here

Places are filled on a first come first served basis, it is worth noting the 2018 course was fully booked. To register your interest or for any information please contact [email protected] 

You can pay by card via the button below - or contact Marcus for invoice, BACs and other payment options.

Testimonial

  

Matthew White, Senior Audiologist, Primary Care Rotherham

 

“I have been working in the tinnitus clinic at Rotherham for about 18 months now and had recently been asked to take over as the tinnitus lead for the department. At the time my skills in the area of tinnitus management were at a basic level of competency and the idea of helping someone with hyperacusis frightened me to death.

 

I expected to gain extra background knowledge from the lectures but the course far exceeded this; every aspect of tinnitus and hyperacusis management was covered in exceptional detail, my entire knowledge base was lifted immensely and I now feel confident to meet the needs of my patients more effectively. The biggest change that I have made to my practice as a result of the course are to my approach of a more collaborative effort with the patient allowing for shared decision making.

 

One thing that I didn’t expect from the course was just how supportive it would be. I was one of the least experienced people there, in terms of time in tinnitus management clinics, but the delegates were all incredibly supportive offering help and advice. The incredibly eminent presenters on the course were just as approachable and open to helping me to learn and improve. Their humble honesty about the difficulties that they sometimes encounter in their day to day practice and how they constantly question and adapt their methods and skills was also very inspiring and made it easy to relate to them.

 

I cannot recommend this course enough to anyone that is considering going on it. Quite honestly, it has changed my practice beyond measure and has probably been the best short course that I’ve ever attended in my audiology career thus far.