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Balance Awareness Week                                            15-21 September 2019 [Nationwide]

Visit our Balance Awareness Week pages for further information and to get involved.

An Ear for Music with Alan Jacques                            18 September 2019 [Edinburgh]

Bringing together four of the greatest known composers, Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy and Chopin, Alan Jacques’ recital will take you on a journey of classical, impressionist, romantic and melodious ballads, rondos, preludes and sonatas. As a Trustee for Ménière’s Society and Music in Hospitals & Care, Alan will be donating all proceeds to these charities. Join him for an enjoyable evening of music in the beautiful surroundings of St Andrew’s & St George’s West Church, Edinburgh. Be prepared to be moved and inspired by this excellent piano recital of live music in aid of two fantastic health charities.
Book online NOW or visit the MIHC website for more information.  

Meniere's Society Conference                                      12 October 2019 [London]

This one day event brings together those affected by vestibular disorders with health professionals and the trustees and staff of the Ménière’s Society for an informative and enjoyable event. We bring together a range of experts to provide an insight into the latest research and current methods for the treatment and management of vestibular conditions. During lunch and breaks there are opportunities for networking and visiting information stands. The Annual General Meeting for the Ménière’s Society will also take place at the end of the day.

Book online NOW or call us on 01306 876883 to book over the phone using a credit/debit card.

For further information, please contact us.

British Society of Neuro-Otology (BSNO)                    11 October 2019 [London]

This is a one-day event for all those engaged in clinical or scientific research in neuro-otology. e.g.: audiological physicians; ENT surgeons; neurologists; physicists; psychologists.To provide a forum for informal discussion and the opportunity to present research in related topics of neuro-otology, balance disorders and vestibular science. Find out more (external link)

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