Raz Miah has been working as an Audiologist in the NHS for over 15 years performing various diagnostic hearing assessments and fitting hearing aids to both adults and children. Raz has extensive experience in providing aural rehabilitation and a member of the South Wales Cochlear Implant Programme. He completed his Master’s in Audiological Sciences in 2014 at the University College London and carried out a research project with children using cochlear implants.

More recently, Raz was appointed as a part-time lecturer to teach Audiology undergraduate students and deliver clinical sessions and lead on the Audiology Rehabilitation module. He is also involved with the Swansea University Audiology clinic as a hearing aid dispenser. He is registered with RCCP as an Audiologist and HCPC as a hearing aid dispenser

Teaching

  • SHC140 Audiology Rehabilitation

    This module will introduce the students to basic aspects of audiology rehabilitation.

  • SHC154 Neurosensory Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology

    This module provides a deeper insight into the anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the nervous auditory and visual systems.

  • SHC156 Neurosensory Clinical Measurement and Treatment

    This module introduces the routine diagnostic tests within Neurosensory Sciences. It will explore the patient pathway and importance of patient centered care, evidence based practice and multidisciplinary team working.

  • SHC234 Audiological Science 1

    This module will explore various diagnostic and rehabilitative aspects of audiological practice.

  • SHC235 Sensory Aids 1

    This module provides an introduction to the treatment options for the hearing impaired. There will be a focus on the prescription and verification of hearing aid provision.

  • SHC333 Audiological Science 2

    This module will further expand on the various diagnostic and rehabilitative aspects of audiological practice. There will be a focus on using about health promotion, health screening and health management models and its application in hearing healthcare.

  • SHC334 Sensory Aids 2

    This module provides an introduction to the treatment options for the hearing impaired. There will be a focus on the prescription and verification of hearing aid provision.