Posts Tagged ‘BVA’

Voice Clinics Forum 2015

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

The British Voice Association‘s (BVA) forthcoming Voice Clinics Forum convenes on Friday, 23rd October at The Governor’s Hall, St Thomas’s Hospital, London.

Topics in planning include:

For those in training:
Preparing to run a voice clinic: current training trends in Laryngology for ENT surgeons
Preparing to be the Voice Clinic Speech and Language Therapist – what education and training do we need?
Developing a programme for singing teachers to work in the Voice Clinic

For current voice clinic staff:
Ensuring voice clinic survival in the modern NHS
The role of voice clinics in the NHS – a GP/commissioners view
Round table panel discussion
Voice analysis software reviewed: application in voice clinic and daily practice
Technology in the voice clinic: what is really useful?

Clinical  session: “One easy, one not so easy!”: a multidisciplinary case discussion panel

Please note: these topics may be subject to change

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NB: This course has been awarded 5 CPD points

BVA Study Day – Management of the Young Voice

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Sunday, 5th July 2015
Baden Powell House, 65-67 Queen’s Gate, London SW7 5JS

AGM: 9.30am – 10.15am
Study Day: 10.30am – 4.45pm

This study day from the British Voice Association will explore the management, training and therapy of the young voice. It will incorporate identifying problems, handling the changing voice and will look at potential routes to therapy where necessary. It will address issues for both female and male adolescent singers as well as children and will extend into the realms of hearing and speech therapy.

Full information and booking:
http://www.britishvoiceassociation.org.uk/events.htm

Speakers Include:

Stuart Barr (chair of the panel) Conductor and Singing Coach
Lesley Cavalli Joint Head of Speech and Language Therapy Services Team Leader for SLT-ENT Related Services, Great Ormond Street Hospital
Nicola Gorb Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapist ENT/Voice, Great Ormond Street Hospital
Ruth Hansford Author, BBC Noise Guides
Graham Welch Professor and Chair of Music Education at UCL Institute of Education
Jenevora Williams Singing Teacher
Emma Winscom Singer, Composer and Singing Teacher

 

Voice and the Brain

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

On Sunday 15th January 2012, the British Voice Association hold a study day suitable for all voice professionals (speech
therapists, surgeons, singing teachers, voice teachers).

More information and application form

Topics include:

Brain function in relation to voice, in both therapy and education.

Recent research into neural processing for both spoken and
sung voice

The role of brain plasticity in rehabilitation and learning.

Gender differences between child and adult voices explored from
an evolutionary basis.

SPEAKERS:

Prof Sophie Scott (Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, UCL)
Dr Katie Overy (Senior Lecturer in Music Psychology, University of Edinburgh)
Prof John Rothwell (Professor of Neurophysiology, UCL)
Dr David Reby (Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Sussex)