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Med Pr. 2009;60(2):151-8.

[Occupational dysphonia management in different countries of the European Union and throughout the world].

[Article in Polish]

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Instytut Medycyny Pracy im. prof. J. Nofera, Lódź, Klinika Audiologii i Foniatrii. ebogusz@imp.lodz.pl

Abstract

Teachers are significantly more likely to develop multiple voice problems than non-teachers. The article presents methods for the diagnoses and treatment of occupational dysphonia in different countries of the European Union and throughout the world. Conclusions comprise the implications concerning the model of dysphonic teachers management in Poland, putting strong emphasis on the necessity for multidimensional therapy in collaboration with otolaryngologist/phoniatrician, logopedist/speech therapist and also psychologist/physiotherapist. The importance of training professional voice users in vocal hygiene and healthy voice habits has also been emphasized.

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