Senior Clinical Teaching Fellow on the Foundation Degree in Hearing Aid Audiology, BSc (Hons) Healthcare Science (Audiology), MSc Clinical Science (Neurosensory Sciences), MSc Healthcare Management programmes
School of Life & Health Sciences Aston University Birmingham B4 7ETUK
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I have worked in audiology as a Hearing Therapist for 25 years. I now specialise in the rehabilitation of balance patients at Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust. I started working on the BSc (Hons) Audiology programme in 2003 and became Director of Audiology Programmes in 2007. I have also been involved in a number of Department of Health initiatives e.g. Provision of Services to Adults with Tinnitus: A Good Practice Guide, and held a number of professional body posts e.g. Board Lead for BAA Accreditation & Education 2007- 2011. I am currently the Chair of the Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists.
1988 - Date: Birmingham Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Senior Hearing Therapist. Specialising in the delivery of rehabilitation for patients with balance disorders as part of a multi-disciplinary team approach
2007 - Date: Aston University, Director of Audiology Programmes. Leading the development and delivery of the BSc in Audiology, the Foundation Degree in Hearing Aid Audiology, MSc Clinical Science and a range of continuing professional development activities at Aston University
Chair of the Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists
British Academy of Audiology committee member of Accreditation Committee
British Society of Audiology Adult Rehabilitation Special Interest Group committee member
External Examiner Manchester University MSc Audiology
Associate Editor Trainee Matters for ENT & Audiology News
Casey A (2015) Without mandatory regulation, clinical physiologists put patients at risk. BMJ 350: g7860.
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