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Saturday, May 18 • 12:45pm - 1:00pm
Using High- and Low-Cost Strategies to Engage Patient Participation in Voice Care: Case Examples

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Background: Patient engagement is critical to enhancing outcomes in voice therapy. Voice production can be a more complicated process that patients perceive and patient education about voice and airway physiology can be critical to facilitating an optimal outcome. Visual aids are known to enhance learning and cognitive retention.

Format: We will share case examples of three common conditions for which we have successfully used visual strategies and low-cost technology to enhance patient understanding of their medical condition in order to improve their engagement in voice therapy. We will also share the barriers we have overcome and continue to face in using these techniques.

Conclusions: Patient engagement can be enhanced by strategies that improve patient education using visual references and current technologies. This can have a positive experience on the patient and provider experience and has been shown to improve voice therapy outcomes. Session

Objectives:
  1. Describe three common conditions encountered in a multidiscliplinary laryngology/speech and language pathology clinic amenable to voice therapy
  2. Describe the common barriers to engagement in voice therapy
  3. Describe low- and high-cost strategies for overcoming these barriers

Speakers
avatar for Maya Sardesai, MD, M.Ed

Maya Sardesai, MD, M.Ed

Associate Professor, University of Washington
Maya Sardesai, M.D., M.Ed., joined the University of Washington faculty in 2010.  She has advanced training in laryngology and facial plastic surgery and additional clinical interests in facial trauma, surgical treatment of obstructive sleep apnea, and nasal/sinus surgery. Sites... Read More →
avatar for Kyle Mamiya

Kyle Mamiya

Advanced Practice Speech-Language Pathologist, Seattle VA
Kyle Mamiya is an Advanced Practice Speech-Language Pathologist in the Department of Veterans Affairs, Puget Sound Healthcare System, and has been with the VA since 2001. He is an adjunct instructor for the Voice Disorders course in the Communication Disorders and Sciences Graduate... Read More →


Saturday May 18, 2019 12:45pm - 1:00pm
Alder Auditorium 1310 NE 40th St, Seattle, WA 98105

Disclaimer This session was submitted by a third party and is included solely as a courtesy to attendees. Its inclusion in this schedule should not be considered an endorsement of the third parties or a recommendation to attend this session.


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