Poster tours

14.6.2018

Poster tour 1 (Voice): 11.00-11.20

Guide: Hans Mahieu (Netherlands)

Ref. 13. Incidence of vocal cord paresis as a consequence of a surgical complication

Maria Heikkinen, Svante Halttunen, Markku Terävä, Jussi Kärkkäinen, Heikki Löppönen, Elina Penttilä (Finland)

Ref. 18.  Laryngeal granuloma under Phoniatrician umbrella

Sanja Krejovic Trivic, Milan Vukasinovic,  Jovica Milovanovic,  Vojko Djukic, Aleksandar Ugrinovic, Aleksandar Trivic (Serbia)

 

Ref. 49. Treatment of Ventricular Dysphonia by Botulinum Toxin Injection

Reham Abdelwakil Ibrahim Mohamed (Egypt)

 

Ref 131. Association between aggressive recurrent respiratory papillomatosis and HLA-DQ alleles

Olga Kolesnikova, Sergey Karpishchenko, Marina Ryabova (Russian Federation)

 

Ref. 108. Significance of Pepsin from Saliva in Diagnosis and Treatment of Laryngopharyngeal Reflux

Zeljka Laksar Klaric,  Darija Birtic (Croatia)

 

Ref. 94. Irritable larynx syndrome and problems with indoor air at work – preliminary results

Sarkku Vilpas, , Eliina Kankare,  Jussi  Karjalainen,  Lauri Lehtimäki,  Jura Numminen, Pia Nynäs, Antti Tikkakoski,  Jukka Uitti,  Leenamaija Kleemola ( Finland)

 

Ref. 163. Boost irradiation as a treatment option of the recurrent carcinoma in situ of the larynx

Antonia Nolte, Cornelia Hornberger, Peter K. Plinkert, Nikolaus Bosch (Germany)

Poster tour 2 (Miscellaneous): 11.00-11.20

 

Guide: Suvi Stolt (Finland) TBC

 

Ref. 185. Good rehabilitation practice - Group Counselling and Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Jaana Reuter (Finland)

 

Ref. 8. Aspiration and treatment of dysphagia in adults with intellectual disability: Research plan

Minttu Sauna-aho, Ahmed Geneid, Leena Tuomiranta, Kaisa Launonen (Finland)

 

Ref. 127. Scale of assessment of myofunctional disorders of the maxillofacial region in children

Galina Tarasova, Olga Orlova (Russian Federation)

 

Ref. 99. Text analyser for efficient generation of Mandarin oral reading test materials for hearing impaired children

Yu-Chen Hung, Wen-Jet Wang, Yi-Chih Chan, Pei-Chun Li (Taiwan)

 

Ref. 109.  A longitudinal research of 10 years of hearing screening in athletes with an intellectual disability

Rupal Mehta (Belgium)

 

Ref. 85. The attitude of teachers on referring learning disabilities students to speech therapy

Akram Ahmadi , Neda Tahmasebi, Peyman Zamani, Ehsan Naderifar, Ebtesam Hozeyli, Negin Moradi (Iran)

 

Ref. 186. Language development of children with cortical visual impairment and additional disabilities

Amal Ezzat (Egypt)

Poster tour 3 (Voice): 16.30-16.50

Guide: Mieke Moerman (Belgium)

 

Ref. 82. MaskVOX: A New Device for Voice Therapy and Vocal Training

Ilter Denizoglu (Turkey)

Ref. 138. The first experience of use of voice analysis in voice laboratory in Kazakhstan

Dinara Toguzbayeva (Kazakhstan)

 

Ref. 167.  The significance of clinical voice examination to vocal music teaching.

Liyan Han, Feng Jiang (China)

Ref. 170. World Voice Day in Russia

Ekaterina Osipenko, Maria Isaeva  (Russian Federation)

 

Ref. 73. Voice disorders in children

Elena Radtsig, Olga Orlova, Yana Bulynko (Russian Federation)

 

Ref. 130.  Additional fibrolaringoscopic tests: clinical significance

Sergey Karpishchenko, Olga Vershchagina (Russian Federation)

 

Ref. 179. Study on the Subjective and Objective Evaluation of the Vocal Tone of Beijing Opera

Jiang Yongmei (China)

Poster tour 4 (Voice) 16.30-16.50

 

Guide: James Thomas (USA)

Ref. 24. Efficacy of video-provided Home Vocal Function Exercises in People with Functional Dysphonia

Sarah-Jane Thiemann,  Hermann Opitz, Wiebke Scharff Rethfeldt (Germany)

 

Ref. 52. Gender-related distribution of benign vocal fold lesions: A 13-years single institution review

Elke Brunner, Markus Gugatschka (Austria)

 

Ref. 70. VHI scores and acoustic features in street vendors as occupational voice users

Thair Odeh, Yasser Natour, Wissam Darawshe,  Juhayna  Taha,  Majd  Waari, Sara Bashiti (Jordan)

 

Ref. 71. Coping strategies in Persian speaking patients with voice disorders: a new instrument

Maryam Faham, Akram Ahmadi, Shamim  Hosseinifar (Iran)

 

Ref. 205. A Comparative Study of the pVHI-TR and the TR-CVHI-10 Among Children with Vocal Nodules

Arzu Tüzüner, Elçin Tadıhan Özkan, Ali Çağlı (Turkey)                                                                             

 

Ref. 176.  Differences in vocal tract dimensions between female classical singing, kulning and edge

Tero Ikävalko,  Anita McAllister, Robert Eklund, Eveliina Lammentausta,  Mari Leppävuori, Anne-Maria Laukkanen (Finland)

15.6.2018

Poster tour 5 (Speech and Language): 11.00-11.20

Guide: Wiebke Scharff-Rethfeldt (Germany)

 

Ref. 172. Speech therapy in comprehensive rehabilitation and resocialization of patients with head and neck tumors

Madrudin Magomed-Eminov, Olga Orlova, Dmitriy Reshetov, Daria Uklonskaya,  Olga Sokolova, Yulia Pokrovskaya, Victoria Agaeva, Yulia Khoroshkova, Anastasia Guretc (Russian Federation)

 

Ref. 95. Non-Verbal Communication in Speech-Impaired Persons: Two Case Studies

Seamus Hallahan, Barbara Hallahan (Ireland)

 

Ref. 210. Methodological decisions in consistent selectivity in data collection about the impact of aphasia rehabilitation

Tarja Kukkonen (Finland)

 

Ref. 36. Acoustic measurement of prosody in normal and dysarthric Egyptian adults

Engy Elhakeem, Yehia Aboras, Manal Elbanna (Egypt)

 

Ref. 162. Dual Coding Theory: The imagery-language connection

Rehab Zaytoun (Egypt)

Poster tour 6 (Speech and Language): 11.00-11.20

Guide: Tamer Abou El Saad (Egypt)

Ref. 98. Corpus of the oral language of Mandarin-speaking typically developing and language-delayed children

Shang-Yu Wu, Re-Jane Huang, I-Fang  Tsai (Taiwan)

 

Ref. 104.  Apraxia of Speech in adolescents and adults with Down syndrome

Sandra Cristina Fonseca Pires, Carolina Fonseca de Freitas (Brazil)

 

Ref. 105. Assessment of Fluency in Down syndrome adolescents and adults

Sandra Cristina Fonseca Pires,  Flavia Perez de  Freitas (Brazil)

 

Ref. 217. A Multi Therapeutic Methodologies to Improve Specific Language Deficit in ADD Children

Tahany Ahmad, Enas Salem (Egypt)

 

Ref. 216.  Congenitally Missing Teeth (Hypodontia) In Children with Can Cause Severe Speech Production-A Case Study

Tahany Ahmad, Enas  Salem (Egypt)

Contact Us

UEP 2018 Conference Office
Mrs Riikka Louhivuori, uep2018@confedent.fi

Office number +358 50 4644 757
Confedent International Ltd

  • Facebook Reflection

Follow us on facebook!