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Engineering and the Environment

Mrs Emma Mackenzie 

Teaching Fellow in Audiology

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Mrs Emma Mackenzie is Teaching Fellow in Audiology within Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton.

Emma is a Clinical Scientist in Audiology and Teaching Fellow at the Hearing and Balance Centre (HABC), University of Southampton. She has worked for a number of years in the NHS and currently runs regular NHS adult rehabilitation clinics with MSc Audiology students. Emma coordinates a number of undergraduate and postgraduate Audiology modules covering all areas of adult rehabilitation. She is also involved in clinical skills teaching, clinical placement activities and project supervision for both the BSc and MSc Audiology programmes.

Emma is registered with the Health Professions Council and is a member of the British Academy of Audiology and the British Society of Audiology.

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Hearing and Balance Centre

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Title Module Code Programme Role
Hearing aids and cochlear implants (HA2) ISVR2019 BSc Audiology Part 2 Coordinator
Introduction to rehabilitation and disability ISVR1029 BSc Healthcare Science (Audiology) Part 1 Coordinator
Management of Audiological disorders ISVR3037 BSc Audiology Part 4 Coordinator
Rehabilitation for adults with hearing difficulties, tinnitus or balance disorder ISVR2020 BSc Audiology Part 2 Coordinator

Mrs Emma Mackenzie
Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number:13/4007

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