Calling all voice practitioners!
Laryngologists, singing voice teachers, speaking voice coaches and voice therapists: please help us to understand how mindfulness practices are being utilized by voice practitioners. You can participate in the “Survey of Knowledge, Practice and Application of
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Seeking SLPs for a new survey exploring voice therapy terminology!
If you are a speech-language pathologist (SLP) or clinical fellow currently providing voice services to adults in any capacity, we hope you’ll consider helping with our study exploring current terminology used by SLPs in voice therapy. Participation consists of completing an anonymous, online survey–roughly 15 minutes in length–that will ask you to provide information about the language and specific terminology you might use when working with clients within voice evaluation or therapy. The study has been approved by the Weill Cornell Medicine Institutional Review Board (IRB).
Eligibility: If you are a licensed SLP or SLP clinical fellow currently providing voice evaluation and/or therapy services to adult clients in English, you qualify to participate in this study. Participation is completely voluntary and you may discontinue at any time without consequence. Participation in the survey offers no compensation; however, your time and efforts will contribute to improved collective understanding of the current practices of speech pathologists working with voice clients.
We value your input and hope that you will share with those in your networks who may be eligible to participate. More details about the survey and the survey itself can be found at the link below. We thank you in advance for your time, support, and contributions to this project.
Questions? Please contact Sarah Kervin at email@example.com
“A survey study cross-referencing singing styles, vocal hygiene habits, and vocal fatigue in trained singers.”
If you would like to participate, you will be required to:
Complete a one-time online survey containing questionnaires regarding previous voice experience, vocal health, vocal fatigue, and styles in which you sing. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
You may be eligible to participate if you:
Risks and benefits:
If you are interested in participating and meet eligibility requirements, please access the survey link HERE.
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Kimberly Monzón, DMA
Assistant Professor of Voice
This study is being conducted by the Baylor University School of Music in collaboration with the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and has been approved by the Baylor University Institutional Review Board.
You are invited to participate in a research survey about singers’ health and hypermobility / flexibility!
To participate, you can click this link to an anonymous survey that takes about 10 minutes to complete: bit.ly/UDJHS This survey wants to assess the percentage of the singers with/without joint hypermobility and any associated health issues they may experience. This research could help anyone interested in the well-being and performance of singers. You can read more about this project by accessing this link. Please also feel free to contact the primary investigator Mairin Srygley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or faculty advisor Dr. Noel Archambeault (email@example.com) at any time with questions. Thank you!
Note: If you are a teacher who is interested in learning this pitch matching method and participating in this study with your own students, please email: Voice@BethFalcone.com
"Life's a Pitch, and Then You SPING™!
Calls for Research Participants / Surveys
If you're a PAVA member in good standing and are directly involved in an IRB-approved research study, you can list your research participant / survey needs on our website by emailing: Research@PAVAVocology.org.
Please provide: the title, IRB-approved verbiage, any associated links, and the names of all researchers for your project.
All research posting requests received on or before the first of the month will be posted at PAVAVocology.org/research no later than the 15th of the month. All requests will also be distributed one time via email to the greater PAVA community on the third Tuesday of the month.
Note: Any questions about specific research projects, should be directed to the principal investigator provided with each listing.