CONFERENCE! CONFERENCE! CONFERENCE!
Our next Ear Care and Audiology Conference will be on March 20th 2017
The full programme and application form can be found on the 'Training' page under 'Conference' or by clicking on the word 'Conference' in the 'Events' list opposite
As usual there will be speakers, workshops and relevant exhibitors
Speakers include Mr Jack Lancer, Consultant Otologist and subjects covered include Otitis Externa and Dizziness
Tanis Hand of the RCN will speak on Accountability & Delegation in one of the Breakout sessions
Book early to avoid disappointment
We are in the process of developing a new course - Microsuction for Healthcare Assistants & Assistant Practitioners
Those Practices who would prefer their staff not to irrigate are looking at training them to suction ears. We have already been asked to present this new course to Trusts in their own locality but as soon as we are happy with the presentation and course materials we will be presenting it here in Rotherham on a regular basis. If you are interested in attending or hosting a course in your venue please get in touch asap.
Website now tablet and smart phone friendly
You will find that when viewing the website on your PC, using Google Chrome improves the appearance and accessibility; you can still use Internet Explorer but only version 9 or above as Microsoft no longer supports versions 7 & 8. However, if you having difficulty reading this page please email us with details of what appears to be wrong, the device and the browser you are using. We can then ask our web people to identify the problem. Our address is: email@example.com
You’ll see that we have divided the website into 2 main sections – one for Healthcare Professionals and one for patients. Some pages will be the same for everyone but most have been written specifically for you, whether patient or practitioner.
We want to use this website as a way of communicating with all interested groups, making available information about the services we provide, the equipment we sell, with downloadable leaflets, protocols and other information.
If you have any problems finding what you want, or any suggestions about the content, please let us know. You'll find our contact details at the bottom of the page or just click the ‘Contact Us’ button in the bar at the top of the page.
Information for patients
On the 1st Monday of each month we run group sessions at which patients are shown how to change their hearing aid tubing etc. If you have difficulty changing your tubing or batteries, please ring and book yourself into one of the sessions. Please note that there are no drop-in repair sessions. For minor repairs or change of tubing - if you cannot manage it yourself - please ring or email for an appointment.