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Laryngeal Videostroboscopy: Part Two

presented by Edie R. Hapner, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow and Michael Johns III, MD

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Financial: Michael Johns III, MD is the Director of the USC Voice Center and founded the Emory Voice Center. Dr. Johns receives compensation from MedBridge for this course.

Non-Financial: Dr. Johns has no relevant non-financial relationship exists.

Financial: Edie R. Hapner is a Professor in the Rick and Tina Caruso Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Southern California and a founding member of the USC Voice Center. Edie Hapner receives compensation for this course. There is no financial interest beyond the production of this course.

Non-Financial: Edie Hapner has no relevant non-financial relationship exists.

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Participants will be guided through a tutorial in common laryngeal pathologies often seen ion the examination, their likely causes and treatments. The course then introduces the clinician to the use of this information to plan therapy with an emphasis on prognosis and expectations. For the clinician who uses this technology, this course will address scope of practice and competency building. Models of collaborative practice will be presented. Finally, the course will conclude with a demonstration of both a rigid and a flexible videostroboscopic examination.

Meet Your Instructors

Edie R. Hapner, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow

Edie R. Hapner is professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, codirector of the UAB Voice Center, and director of speech and hearing at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Among her honors, Dr. Hapner was named the George W. Barber Jr., Foundation Endowed Professor in 2021, ASHA Fellow in 2019, Associate Fellow of the American…

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Michael Johns III, MD

As the director of the USC Voice Center, Michael Johns III's goal is to improve the quality of life for individuals with voice, swallowing and airway disorders. He strives to achieve this through a true interdisciplinary approach to promoting health, preventing and curing disease, advancing biomedical research and educating those around him. He received his…

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1. Common Pathologies of the Vocal Folds, Their Origin, Impact On Voice, and Potential Treatment Options

This chapter presents the most often seen pathologies of the vocal folds to acquaint the speech language pathologist with likely scenarios often seen during laryngeal videostroboscopy. While diagnosis of pathology is beyond the scope of practice for the speech language pathologist, familiarity with common pathologies, their origin, impact on the voice and treatment best practices better equips the clinician to effectively engage as a member of the multidisciplinary treatment team.

2. Laryngeal Videostroboscopy and Planning Voice Therapy

This chapter will introduce the clinician to using the laryngeal imaging findings in developing treatment plans for patients with voice and airway disorders.

3. Understanding Scope Of Practice, Competency, and Developing Relationships With Your Referring Physicians

This chapter is meant for those who actually perform laryngeal videostroboscopy to better understand current scope of practice and develop competency in both rigid and flexible laryngoscopy. Time will be spent assisting the clinician with methods to increase collaboration with referring physicians and models of collaborative practice.

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