Tinnitus doesn’t need to rule your life

Tuesday, 12 June 2018. 7.30 - 8.45 pm

Dr Grant Searchfield introduced the neurophysiological and psychological basis of tinnitus before exploring the important role that general practice has in treating tinnitus. 

Practical tools and management strategies that can be easily implemented in the clinic will be discussed - in reference to 3 cases: the "tinnitus curious" patient, the "catastrophic tinnitus" patient, and the "hyperacusic patient".





Dr Grant Searchfield
Grant is an Audiologist and Neuroscientist. He is an Associate Professor in the Audiology Section, directs the University’s Hearing and Tinnitus Clinic and is a Deputy Director of the newly established Eisdell Moore Centre for hearing and balance disorders.  Grant is an associate editor for the International Journal of Audiology, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, Scientific Reports and is a member of the scientific advisory panel of the American Tinnitus Association. His research interests include the cognitive basis of, and technological solutions to, tinnitus and hearing loss.  He has 25 years of clinical experience in the management of tinnitus.