National Webinar: Multi-disciplinary Voice Clinic with Pippa Anderson & Natalie Eastwood
Multi-disciplinary Voice Clinic: The role of the vocal rehabilitation coach
Saturday 12 June 2021 at 5.00pm–6.00pm
Natalie Eastwood and Pippa Anderson will talk about their roles and research related to working with performers with vocal issues. The discussion will encompass comments on a gold standard application of the role of the voice coach in the voice clinic informed by their own practice and the interviews of a cross section of 13 voice practitioners and medics who work worldwide in the vocal rehabilitation field. They will then discuss their involvement in case studies of the performer’s journey to vocal wellness post-surgery.
£10 AOTOS members / £15 non-members
A recording of this event will be available to everyone who has booked for 90 days after the event.
About Pippa Anderson
Pippa Anderson is a senior lecturer and vocal health consultant for the musical theatre programme at Leeds Conservatoire, a voice and performance tutor at Newcastle University, a recommended singing teacher (vocal health and rehabilitation) at Durham University, the Internal Quality Assurer at Vocal Health Education, a British Association for Performing Arts Medicine registered Vocal Rehabilitation Coach, the Vocal Rehabilitation Coach in a voice clinic for performers at Freeman Hospital and she represents ‘the spoken voice’ on the Education Working Party panel for the British Voice Association.
In addition to the roles listed above, Pippa also runs a busy private practice working with actors and contemporary commercial artists. She also facilitates workshops and masterclasses on vocal health hygiene and vocal technique throughout the UK.
About Natalie Eastwood
Natalie Eastwood qualified as a speech and language therapist from Sheffield University and has over 18 years’ experience working with voice and swallowing disorders. She is currently the Clinical Lead in Voice at Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust. Natalie works as part of the ENT department at The Freeman Hospital assessing and managing complex voice, swallowing and upper airway disorders secondary to respiratory and benign ENT disorders in both adult and paediatric caseloads.
Since taking on her role at the Freeman Hospital in 2016, Natalie has focused on service development, including SLT-led voice clinics, the specialist multi-disciplinary vocal rehabilitation clinic and an intervention clinic for office-based laryngology. In addition to this, Natalie is a guest lecturer at the University of Newcastle, teaching undergraduate and post graduate SLT students the voice component of the Motor Speech Disorders module; she is also a member of the Newcastle Voice Conference faculty.
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