British Society of Audiology, Aston University, Høreforeningen: Ida’s Newest Partners
The Ida Institute is pleased to announce the establishment of new partnerships with the British Society of Audiology (BSA); Aston University in Birmingham, UK; and Høreforeningen in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The partnerships are part of the Ida Institute’s effort to create a network of organizations that work together towards a more person-centered approach to hearing care.
“By partnering with a number of influential professional organizations, patient associations and academic institutions around the world, we aim to gather different perspectives and work closely with them to advance a person-centered approach to audiology,” says Institute Managing Director, Lise Lotte Bundesen.
“We have been collaborating with the Ida Institute on a number of initiatives in the past year, including the organization of online debates and courses. This has allowed us to strengthen our offerings to our members, and we are looking forward to intensifying our collaboration with the Ida Institute in the future,” says Laura Turton, Operations Manager from BSA.
Majbritt Garbul Tobberup, chair of Høreforeningen, the leading patient organization in Denmark, also welcomes the new partnership: “The patient’s needs should be front and center of hearing care and we are very pleased to collaborate with Ida Institute to advance person-centered care,” she says.
Since November 2017, the Ida Institute has formalized partnerships with Hearing Loss Association of America, Action on Hearing Loss, UK, and the University of São Paulo, Brazil.
About the British Society of Audiology
The BSA is the leading UK organization for all professionals in the latest science and its application in improving people’s lives with hearing and balance problems. The membership of the BSA is multi-disciplinary including researchers in hearing and auditory science, educational professionals, and medical professionals.
About Aston University
Aston University is one of the leading UK providers of training in audiology, with courses ranging from the foundation degree to a doctoral program in Hearing Therapy. The university conducts inter-disciplinary research on the lived experiences of people with hearing and balance conditions.
Høreforeningen seeks to improve the living conditions of people with sound and hearing disorders in Denmark. The organization works for children, young people and adults with hearing loss, cochlear implant users, with tinnitus, Ménière’s Disease or other sound and hearing disorders to ensure their rights and ability to communicate on equal terms with other people in society.