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Alice Davies is a Senior Lecturer and qualified Audiologist with dual RCCP and HCPC registration as an NHS clinical Audiologist and a Hearing Aid Dispenser. She graduated from Swansea University with a first-class honours degree in Audiology and has since gained a Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education and HEA teaching fellowship.  Alice’s specialist areas include Adult Aural Rehabilitation with a particular interest in Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Therapy.  This interest led to Alice acting as Secretary for the British Society of Audiology (BSA) Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Special Interest Group from November 2016 until March 2019.  Through this, she has been instrumental in the development of BSA Practice Guidance for Tinnitus in Adults and the redevelopment of various BSA Recommended Procedures which influence current Audiological practice within the UK. 

Alice is the Programme Director for the Certificate in Basic Audiological Practice which is a FHEQ level 4 undergraduate qualification for Associate Audiologists working within NHS Wales.  She has developed further undergraduate modules to support Associate Audiologists in their development and to support their applications for PTP equivalence to register and work as qualified Audiologists.  As a STEM ambassador, Alice is a keen advocate for employability within Healthcare Science often hosting and attending events to promote Audiology to school-aged children within Wales.

Areas of Expertise

  • Clinical Audiology
  • Hearing Aids

Career History

Start Date End Date Position Held Location
2013 2019 Lecturer Swansea University
2010 2018 Audiologist Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board
2019 Present Senior Lecturer Swansea University

Additional Teaching

SHC318 Audiological Assessment and Aural Rehabilitation III
This module explores advanced audiological and vestibular assessment. Issues surrounding the investigation of individuals; of all ages, with special needs and or disabilities will be considered and students will be provided with strategies to deal with these individuals.

SHC320 Industrial and Environmental Audiology
This module provides an introduction to industrial audiometry, exploring the effects of noise on the auditory system, hearing conservation, industrial noise control and measurement, and medico-legal aspects of noise induced hearing loss

External Responsibilities

  • Regional Representative (South Wales), British Academy of Audiology

    2015 - 2018

  • Secretary of Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Special Interest Group, British Society of Audiology

    2016 - 2019

  • WelshHigher Education Institute Representative , British Academy of Audiology Accreditation of Education

    2015 - Present

  • Ambassador , STEM learning

    2015 - Present