Voice Research-An International Focus The ASHA Leader travels around the world to look at voice disorders, research, and current treatment in Brazil, Canada, and the Czech Republic. References for all articles in this section can be found at The ASHA Leader Online. Search on the section title pertaining to each country. The International Focus ... World Beat
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Voice Research-An International Focus
The ASHA Leader, May 2006, Vol. 11, 3. doi:10.1044/leader.WB1.11062006.3
The ASHA Leader, May 2006, Vol. 11, 3. doi:10.1044/leader.WB1.11062006.3
The ASHA Leader travels around the world to look at voice disorders, research, and current treatment in Brazil, Canada, and the Czech Republic. References for all articles in this section can be found at The ASHA Leader Online. Search on the section title pertaining to each country.
The International Focus on Voice continues in the May 23 issue, which will feature articles from Egypt, France, and the United Kingdom.
Speech-language pathology and audiology in Brazil has grown since it was recognized in 1981 and now the area of voice is active with 11 specialization courses and 515 certified specialists.
The popularity of multidisciplinary and instrumental voice clinics provide Canadians with access to an expanded service model and clinician-researchers with a more accessible technology.
The Czech Republic has a long tradition of voice research and treatment pioneered by two Czech-born physicians.
Readings
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Agin, R. L. (2000). Clinical management of voice disorders in culturally diverse children: Therapy and intervention. In Coleman, T. (Ed.), Clinical management of communication disorders in culturally diverse children (pp. 227–250). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.
Agin, R. L. (2000). Clinical management of voice disorders in culturally diverse children: Therapy and intervention. In Coleman, T. (Ed.), Clinical management of communication disorders in culturally diverse children (pp. 227–250). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.×
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Hayashi, M. M., & Fields, Y. G. (2001). Multicultural issues in the treatment of voice disorders. Newsletter of ASHA Special Interest Division 14: Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, 7(2), 1–3.×
Jones, R. C., & Mayo, R. (2001). Voices of African Americans: Do we need clinical norms? Newsletter of ASHA Special Interest Division 14: Communication Disorders and Sciences in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, 7(2), 7–12. [Article]
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Linville, S. E. (2001). A research view: Culture and the aging voice. Newsletter of ASHA Special Interest Division 3: Voice and Voice Disorders, 11(1), 10–11.
Linville, S. E. (2001). A research view: Culture and the aging voice. Newsletter of ASHA Special Interest Division 3: Voice and Voice Disorders, 11(1), 10–11.×
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