Resource Guide: Audiology

first_imgSources of information on hearing problems in the workplace, includingassociations and web sites pointing to the latest developments in audiologyThe American Academy of Audiology www.audiology.org/This site offers news, professional resources, details of conventions andcourses related to audiology, details from its journal Audiology Today, and asearch engine linking to other sites. British Association of Audiological Physicians National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery Queens Square London WC1N 3BC Background of audiological medicine, lists departments of audiologicalmedicine and consultants throughout the UK, details of conferences and coursesand links to audiology-related sites. It also gives details of medical journalsand professional organisations and societies related to the subject. British Society of Audiology 80 Brighton Road Reading Berkshire RG6 1PS Tel: 01189 660622 Fax: 01189 351915 www.b-s-a.demon.co.ukIncludes details of meetings and courses, publications and links to other websites of related interest. Department of Health www.doh.gov.ukEuropean Federation of Audiology Societies (EFAS) www.ucl.ac.ukDetails of meetings held every two years in Europe, with various projectsorganised to further audiology, its practice and teaching throughout membercountries. Health and Safety Executive www.hse.gov.ukInstitute of Sound and Vibration Researchwww.isvr.co.ukRoyal National Institute for Deaf People 19-23 Featherstone Street London EC1Y 8SL Tel: 020-7296 8000 Textphone: 020-7296 8001 Fax: 020-7296 8199 [email protected] detailed and up to date web site offering a huge amount of information. Itincludes full details of all current RNID campaigns, including the Noise atWork initiative, which warns of the dangers to workers from noise exposure, andSafer Sound, examining the risks to hearing being posed by popular leisurepursuits. It also contains current news releases and answers commonly askedquestions about deafness and its causes. Trade Union Congress www.tuc.org.ukA thorough site with details of all TUC activities, including information onits Indecent Exposure campaign launched last year which highlights the dangerto hearing of work not usually associated with occupational deafness. www.audiologyinfo.comThe Audiology Information Network claims to include some of the mostadvanced web sites related to audiology, hearing loss and hearing aids via itsSearchwave search engine, which lists over 1,500 related web sites. A livelyand user-friendly site that is well organised and provides a huge amount ofinformation. www.audiologynet.comAn audiology and healthcare information web site dedicated to providing weblinks in audiology to patients, family members, students and healthcareprofessionals. Useful for background information on a number ofaudiology-related issues. Compiled by Kate Rouy This listing is not exhaustive and the journal welcomes further additionsfrom readers as well as suggestions for further topics of interest to includein this series Comments are closed. Resource Guide: AudiologyOn 1 Jun 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img

first_imgSources of information on hearing problems in the workplace, includingassociations and web sites pointing to the latest developments in audiologyThe American Academy of Audiology www.audiology.org/This site offers news, professional resources, details of conventions andcourses related to audiology, details from its journal Audiology Today, and asearch engine linking to other sites. British Association of Audiological Physicians National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery Queens Square London WC1N 3BC Background of audiological medicine, lists departments of audiologicalmedicine and consultants throughout the UK, details of conferences and coursesand links to audiology-related sites. It also gives details of medical journalsand professional organisations and societies related to the subject. British Society of Audiology 80 Brighton Road Reading Berkshire RG6 1PS Tel: 01189 660622 Fax: 01189 351915 www.b-s-a.demon.co.ukIncludes details of meetings and courses, publications and links to other websites of related interest. Department of Health www.doh.gov.ukEuropean Federation of Audiology Societies (EFAS) www.ucl.ac.ukDetails of meetings held every two years in Europe, with various projectsorganised to further audiology, its practice and teaching throughout membercountries. Health and Safety Executive www.hse.gov.ukInstitute of Sound and Vibration Researchwww.isvr.co.ukRoyal National Institute for Deaf People 19-23 Featherstone Street London EC1Y 8SL Tel: 020-7296 8000 Textphone: 020-7296 8001 Fax: 020-7296 8199 [email protected] detailed and up to date web site offering a huge amount of information. Itincludes full details of all current RNID campaigns, including the Noise atWork initiative, which warns of the dangers to workers from noise exposure, andSafer Sound, examining the risks to hearing being posed by popular leisurepursuits. It also contains current news releases and answers commonly askedquestions about deafness and its causes. Trade Union Congress www.tuc.org.ukA thorough site with details of all TUC activities, including information onits Indecent Exposure campaign launched last year which highlights the dangerto hearing of work not usually associated with occupational deafness. www.audiologyinfo.comThe Audiology Information Network claims to include some of the mostadvanced web sites related to audiology, hearing loss and hearing aids via itsSearchwave search engine, which lists over 1,500 related web sites. A livelyand user-friendly site that is well organised and provides a huge amount ofinformation. www.audiologynet.comAn audiology and healthcare information web site dedicated to providing weblinks in audiology to patients, family members, students and healthcareprofessionals. Useful for background information on a number ofaudiology-related issues. Compiled by Kate Rouy This listing is not exhaustive and the journal welcomes further additionsfrom readers as well as suggestions for further topics of interest to includein this series Comments are closed. Resource Guide: AudiologyOn 1 Jun 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img

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