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Quarterly magazine now available

Issue 4 of MED-EL’s quarterly newsletter is now available and may be accessed here. It contains interesting articles from the CI world. Read more

Transfer-in patients

New guidance from BCIG

The British Cochlear Implant Group aims to improve the hearing, communication and quality of life of people with hearing loss and their families. Cochlear implant centres in the UK typically provide assessment, surgery and lifelong follow-up care to... Read more

2023 Graham Fraser Travel Grants

Applications invited from BCIG members

The Trustees of the Graham Fraser Foundation invite applications from non-medical BCIG members for a travel grant for attendance at a national or international conference, short course or observership in another cochlear implant unit. Applicants... Read more

Hearpeers webinars

MED-EL announce new webinar series

Hearpeers new webinar series During 2023, MED-EL will be holding a series of monthly webinars that will introduce Hearpeer Mentors, who are also CI users or parents and family of CI users. You will find out more about them, their hearing... Read more

Understanding your programming appointment

Are you considering cochlear implants for yourself or your child? Or, do you or your child already have an Advanced Bionics cochlear implant? Join us for a session with the ABUK Clinical Specialists to learn everything you need to know about... Read more

Registration OPEN for BCIG 2023

Current Challenges and Opportunities in CI The BCIG 2023 Annual Meeting will be held in historic Cambridge on 13th and 14th April 2023. Registration is now open. Please submit your abstract here. Read more

MED-EL announces new FaceBook page

MED-EL UK now has its own Facebook page. You are invited to visit and ‘like’ the page and, if possible, share this information. (3) MED-EL UK | Facebook Read more

Are you an adult CI user?

We are looking for a UK-based adult who uses a cochlear implant to take part in a working group to help set the new NHS service specifications for #cochlearimplants. Meetings will be held on Teams. Do you want to help shape the future of the CI... Read more

Become a BCIG Member

Membership of the BCIG is open to anyone who has a clinical role in the field of auditory implants, or who is actively involved in research into auditory implants or who represents other allied non-commercial organisations.


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