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VIP: Voice Impact Profile

( Κωδικός: 0025243 )
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Συγγραφέας : Stephanie Martin Myra Lockhart
ISBN : 0863885276
Contents: 72pp, A4, wire-o-bound with a CD-ROM

Περιγραφή

 The VIP is a user-friendly, point-in-time assessment tool which provides an 'at a glance' vocal profile for the clinician, voice coach and client. It examines the potential impact of a number of specific factors on the voice: general health; vocal history; vocal health; voice care; vocal status; voice genogram; anxiety and stress; social functioning; vocal demand; and environmental factors, and offers an overview of the theory to support this choice.

The questions have been carefully designed to elicit easily-recorded information from the client about a range of factors that are known to affect vocal quality. The tick-box answers then translate into the Vocal Impact Profile, a visual presentation of the areas of greatest impact on voice.

In addition to offering a point-in-time profile, the VIP may also be used as a template for achieving change in a specific area of vulnerability and provide a robust visual reinforcement of that change over time. It is, therefore, helpful as a therapy-monitoring tool and as an evaluation of client awareness, behavioural change and clinical effectiveness.


Self-administered by the client, the questionnaire should take approximately ten to fifteen minutes to complete.

The clinician or voice coach enters the responses into the computer programme (supplied on CD-ROM) or transfers them manually on to the hard copy thus offering a clear visual representation of the results.

Worked examples of the VIP are included, presenting six clients with very different aetiologies and with a range of vocal problems. These examples clearly demonstrate the value of the Profile and its visual impact.

As a clinical tool the VIP provides a subjective qualitative measure, which may be used as an adjunct to other assessment procedures. In addition, it provides a concrete method of determining and ordering the factors to be targeted in terms of therapy or voice work.

Using the VIP should shorten the time necessary for completion of case history in the case of a voice therapy client, and, when used by a voice coach, the profile will identify areas for further discussion.

The Profile is not time-sensitive so it may be repeated to evaluate client awareness of vocal change and implementation of agreed strategies.

The VIP provides the clinician or voice coach with an efficient and effective means of auditing the therapy or coaching process and promotes a holistic partnership model of intervention.

Readership
Speech & language therapists, voice coaches & specialists.

Contents
Part One: Guidance for Users: Introduction; Using the profile; Description of the questionnaire sections; Worked examples; Part Two: Photocopy masters; Part Three: Bibliography.

About the authors
Stephanie Martin is a Speech & Language Therapist whose career has combined clinical practice and research as well as lecturing at both undergraduate and post-graduate level. Her professional focus of interest is occupational voice disorders and her doctoral research explored factors that impact vocal performance and vocal effectiveness of newly qualified teachers and lecturers. Stephanie is a Council member and President Elect of the British Voice Association's newsletter. Among her publications are The Voice Sourcebook (with Lyn Darnley, Speechmark, 1992 and with Myra Lockhart, Working with Voice Disorders, Speechmark, 2000.

Myra Lockhart is a Speech & Language Therapy Manager, an expert practitioner in clinical voice disorders and head and neck disorders and has been an advisor to the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists for many years. She has published and presented papers on voice intervention, the use of objective assessment and clinical effectiveness and has a special interest in the occupational voice. Myra is currently involved in ENT Service Redesign in Scotland. With Stephanie Martin, Myra is the co-author of Working with Voice Disorders, Speechmark, 2000.