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Pia's Training Blog (Weeks 1-4)

Pia's Training Blog (Weeks 1-4)...
The post-doc application writing and the archaeology conference madness are now behind me so I can finally get down to writing my first blog entry after four weeks of half-marathon training. I am following...
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Introducing Pia

Introducing Pia...
We will be featuring the training diary of Pia, who previously has completed the Great East Half Marathon to raise funds for the BTA, and who will be taking part in Run to the Beat later this year...
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What an experience

What an experience...
I'm Amy Meadows, 38 years old, live in Poole, married, 2 kids (ages 5 and 7). My dear friend Ciaran Henderson nominated me to be a torch bearer for the 2012 Olympics because of my charity work and...
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The Headphone Generation

The Headphone Generation...
My final year project is to put together a public relations portfolio of work, as I am working with the BTA I have had to do develop this portfolio surrounding their key aims and objectives. I felt...
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Volunteering with the BTA

Volunteering with the BTA...
My name is Sophie Williams. I am currently a final year PR & Media student at Sheffield Hallam University. When faced with the ultimatum of having to write a 6,000 word dissertation or opting to...
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A Great Step Forward

A Great Step Forward...
Tinnitus Awareness Week 2012 is up and running and things are going really well. The planning started months ago, we wanted to come up with a theme that would get lots of support, something emotive...
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Tinnitus Research Initiative Conference

Tinnitus Research Initiative Confe...
The 2011 meeting of the Tinnitus Research Initiative (TRI) was held in Buffalo, Niagara with over 200 participants from 26 countries in attendance. For those of you unfamiliar with the TRI, I would...
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Enjoying the music

Enjoying the music...
I’m very fortunate to live and work in the city of Sheffield. Not only is it one of the greenest (and hilliest) cities in the country, with the beautiful Peak District on the doorstep, it’...
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Reflections on a tinnitus support group

Reflections on a tinnitus support ...
The first meeting of the Aintree Tinnitus Support Group was held in April 2008. Three years on I feel it timely to reflect back on the journey. The benefits of support groups have been well documented...
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A busy week!

A busy week!...
The BTA places a huge importance on communication – and the quality of our communication. We communicate with the tinnitus community in many ways, using both traditional media and the “new...
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