Research Participants Needed

We are super excited  ….. It’s H E R E …
Late last year the Australian Dysphonia Network funded a scholarship via the Dr Liang Voice Program to explore aspects of living with chronic dysphonia.
The study is being conducted by an Honours Student @ USyd and while the ADN has funded it, we have not been involved in any way in the design (so it will be exciting for all of us) It is now live.. so it’s time to recruit.
Have your say, and help shape the future of management of chronic voice disorders.
Follow this link to begin the survey
International Participants are welcome
NOTE the study is open to:
Individuals with chronic voice disorders aged older than 18 and must:
– Have dysphonia that is chronic; with the condition lasting at least 3-4 months prior to diagnosis
– Have a definitive diagnosis of the disorder provided by a qualified ear, nose, and throat specialist (ENT) and/or a qualified speech and language pathologist (SLP)
– Speak English fluently
Individuals who are under eighteen (18) cannot participate in this study.
Other Individuals excluded in this study include dysphonia with co- existing speech or language disorders, hormonal voice disorders, and psychogenic dysphonia.

3 thoughts on “Research Participants Needed

  1. I have had adysphonia for nearly 3 years.and it has been very hard .and would love to hear what your trials are about .


    1. Hi June – nice of you to get in touch. This one is not a ‘trial’ as such, but a study of the impact of dysphonia on everyday life …. and the strategies that people use to cope. It hopes to provide insights to improve the management of those affected.


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