Mr Callum N Jackson

The Hearing Clinic UK



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Callum obtained a First Class BSc Honours degree in Audiology from Queen Margaret University, in Edinburgh. He was named student of the year and was a winner of the prestigious Oticon Dissertation prize.

Taking up his first post at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children Glasgow, as a Specialist Audiology electrophysiological Measurement Practitioner, he specialised in paediatric hearing assessment and management. From here he joined the hearing aid manufacturer GN ReSound, working his way up to Regional Manager for Northern UK & Ireland. Within this role Callum provided training and clinical support in NHS and Private healthcare settings across several different audiology specialisms, namely Adult Hearing Rehabilitation, Tinnitus Management, Paediatric Hearing aid Fitting and the use of assistive listening device in educational settings.

His main clinical areas of specialty are; tinnitus management, adult hearing diagnostics and speech testing, hearing Aid prescription and extended-wear/semi-implantable hearing devices, paediatric hearing assessment and paediatric hearing aid fitting

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Adult Hearing Assessment; Tinnitus Assessment; Speech Perception Testing; Hearing aids; Hearing aid fittings; Hearing aid verification; Noise protection; paediatric hearing assessment, paediatric hearing aid fitting

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