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Vestibular Audiology

When you'll study it
Semester 2
CATS points
ECTS points
Level 7
Module lead
Daniel Rowan
Academic year

Module overview

This module provides an in-depth introduction to vestibular audiology. It is primarily intended for those taking one of our audiology programmes or for clinical practitioners in audiology or physiotherapy taking it stand-alone as part of career development. It might also be of interest to a student on a non-audiology degree interested in the human responses to vibration or disorders of the human vestibular system, such as our MSc Biomedical Engineering, with additional preparatory work (provided).

The module uses flipped learning, whereby each week students undertake a series of tasks (including studying specially produced pre-recorded lectures, quizzes, formative assignments and short literature reviews) ahead of a tutorial during which we have an in-depth discussion of the tasks and issues that emerged.

Undergraduate and postgraduate students attend on-campus tutorials. Students from clinical practice attend weekly online tutorials via MS Teams. All attend on-campus for the 3-4 sessions of practical demonstrations, which are optional for students from clinical practice.

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