student profile: Ms Danielle Stone


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Thesis work

Thesis title: Exploring Dysphagia and Dysphonia Post Trauma

Supervisors: Jim ELLIOTT , Debra SHIRLEY , Hans BOGAARDT

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Stone, D., McCabe, P., Palme, C., Heard, R., Eastwood, C., Riffat, F., Madill, C. (2015). Voice Outcomes After Transoral Laser Microsurgery for Early Glottic Cancer-Considering Signal Type and Smoothed Cepstral Peak Prominence. Journal of Voice, 29(3), 370-381. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Madill, C., Stone, D. (2015). Measuring success in head & neck cancer management: a speech pathologist’s perspective. World Congress on Larynx Cancer.
  • Stone, D., McCabe, P., Palme, C., Heard, R., Eastwood, C., Riffat, F., Madill, C. (2014). Voice Outcomes following Transoral Laser Microsurgery for Early Glottic Cancer - Considering Signal Type and Smoothed Cepstral Peak Prominence. 2nd Australasia & Asia Pacific Laryngology Conference.
  • Stone, D., McCabe, P., Madill, C., Bath, L. (2012). What are the Voice Outcomes Following Endoscopic Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Laser Excision for Early Glottic Carcinoma. Australia and New Zealand Head and Neck Cancer Society Annual Scientific Meeting.

2015

  • Madill, C., Stone, D. (2015). Measuring success in head & neck cancer management: a speech pathologist’s perspective. World Congress on Larynx Cancer.
  • Stone, D., McCabe, P., Palme, C., Heard, R., Eastwood, C., Riffat, F., Madill, C. (2015). Voice Outcomes After Transoral Laser Microsurgery for Early Glottic Cancer-Considering Signal Type and Smoothed Cepstral Peak Prominence. Journal of Voice, 29(3), 370-381. [More Information]

2014

  • Stone, D., McCabe, P., Palme, C., Heard, R., Eastwood, C., Riffat, F., Madill, C. (2014). Voice Outcomes following Transoral Laser Microsurgery for Early Glottic Cancer - Considering Signal Type and Smoothed Cepstral Peak Prominence. 2nd Australasia & Asia Pacific Laryngology Conference.

2012

  • Stone, D., McCabe, P., Madill, C., Bath, L. (2012). What are the Voice Outcomes Following Endoscopic Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Laser Excision for Early Glottic Carcinoma. Australia and New Zealand Head and Neck Cancer Society Annual Scientific Meeting.

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