July 26th, 2022 - The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) has announced their annual tinnitus conference will once again take place virtually this year, from 26 to 30 September 2022.
Following the success of the 2022 event, which saw 308 attendees from 25 countries take part in the event, the conference will offer flexibility for UK and international visitors with on-demand viewing, a dedicated networking area, and exciting new features.
The Tinnitus Conference 2022 – aimed at audiologists, ENTs, GPs, hearing care professionals, psychologists, tinnitus support groups and researchers – takes place online this autumn with attendees getting full access to five days of lectures, cases studies, networking meetings and seminars.
Each day of the conference presents a different theme including the psychology of tinnitus, practical skills, the latest in tinnitus research plus more to be announced shortly. Topics will range from paediatric tinnitus, autonomous tinnitus management, and digital technologies for tinnitus.
The conference will have expert speakers including:
- Dr Liz Marks (University of Bath) on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi) as an effective treatment for tinnitus and related insomnia: Results from a Randomised Controlled Trial
- Dr Grant Searchfield (University of Auckland) on Digital Technologies for the Next Generation of Tinnitus Therapeutics
- Professor Hubert Lim (University of Minnesota) on How Lenire® can soothe tinnitus symptoms using bimodal neuromodulation: The impact of the TENT-A2 clinical trial results
- Dr Eldré Beukes (Anglia Ruskin University) Investigating tinnitus subgroups based on hearing-related difficulties
Once again, the headline sponsor will be Lenire®.
An ‘early bird’ rate of £100 will be available until 8 August, with standard rate tickets costing £140. Tickets include access to all recorded conference material for six months after the event.
Tickets are available now. Visit https://bit.ly/
About the British Tinnitus Association
The British Tinnitus Association is an independent charity and the primary source of information for people with tinnitus. It helps to facilitate an improved quality of life for people with tinnitus through a range of support options including support groups, a helpline and its website, while also taking steps to bring forward the day when tinnitus is cured. The charity works to inform and educate medical professionals and the community on what tinnitus is and how to manage it.
The British Tinnitus Association wants “a world where no one suffers from tinnitus”. It wants to find better ways to manage tinnitus and, ultimately, to help find a cure. In 2020, the publication of its Tinnitus Manifesto led to more than 100,000 people signing a petition for more funding for tinnitus research to find cures.