Sutherland, R., Hodge, A., Drevensek, S., Lee, S., Silove, N., Pfeiffer, S., Hollowell, R., Trembath, D., & Roberts, J.
Remote telehealth language assessments: broadening access to speech pathology services.
Poster presented at Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Canberra, May, 2015.
Sutherland, R., Hodge, A., Silove, N., Lee, S., Drevensek, S., Baggett, K., Medley, C., Eastley, F., Williamsz, M., Pope, S., Rayner, J., Percival, T., Pfeiffer, S., Hollowell, R., Roberts, J. & Trembath, D.
Remote speech pathology assessments: making language assessments more accessible to children living in rural NSW.
Rural Medicine Conference, Dubbo, 2014.
Pfeiffer, Silvia: Speech pathology and telehealth: from assessment and intervention to community capacity building.
Success and Failure in Telehealth conference 2017, Brisbane, October 2017.
Sutherland, R., Hodge, A., Trembath, D., Drevensek, S., & Roberts, J.
Overcoming barriers to using telehealth for standardized language assessments.
Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 1(18), 41-50, 2016.
The clinical imperative to provide speech-language pathology services to families outside of the metropolitan area, while accounting for the barriers previously identified, was the impetus for a recent study conducted examining the use of telehealth in Australia (Sutherland et al., 2016). That study found that delivering standardized language assessments via telehealth using consumer grade equipment was feasible, reliable, and tolerated by students with language impairment. In the present article, a follow-up to Sutherland et al. (2016), the barriers to using telehealth are described, along with the steps taken to overcome these barriers in completing the original study. The current article also seeks to describe to the responses of the school-aged students and clinicians involved.
Sutherland, R., Trembath, D., Hodge, A., Drevensek, S., Lee, S., Silove, N., & Roberts, J.
Telehealth language assessments using consumer grade equipment in rural and urban settings: Feasible, reliable and well tolerated.
Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 23 (1), 106-115, 2017.
Telehealth can be an effective way to provide speech pathology intervention to children with speech and language impairments. However, the provision of reliable and feasible standardised language assessments via telehealth to establish children’s needs for intervention and to monitor progress has not yet been well established. Further, there is limited information about children’s reactions to telehealth. This study aimed to examine the reliability and feasibility of conducting standardised language assessment with school-aged children with known or suspected language impairment via a telehealth application using consumer grade computer equipment within a public school setting.
A talk about the co-design principles that we use at Coviu and how it created the Coviu platform through several speech pathology projects.
About the event
Hear about the emerging technologies coming out of CSIRO’s deep tech Innovation Accelerator, ON. Gain insights on the following ground-breaking technologies in a panel discussion moderated by King & Wood Malleson’s Scott Bouvier.
Coviu provides all the tools necessary to make video consultations, as an alternative means of delivering therapy and advice, a reality by supercharging the patient-clinician conversation. [Silvia Pfeiffer]
Modular Photonics produce a glass chip micro device which can achieve a 100 times increase in data transfer speeds at approximately one tenth of the current cost across various ranges. [Michael Whithford]
Cardihab™ is a digital health company helping patients with heart disease. The Digital Cardiac Rehabilitation (DCR) solution uses smartphone apps and web portals to give clinicians the ability to deliver more convenient, flexible and engaging cardiac rehabilitation services to patients. [Simon McBride]
The ON program partners with 30 universities, has over 400 mentors and has graduated 200 groups in just two short years.
Hear from CSIRO’s Chief Exective Dr Larry Marshall about the unique value of accelerators like ON in the VC landscape; what’s on the Australian innovation horizon; and the role CSIRO plays in taking valuable world-class research out of the lab and into the marketplace.
- Dr Larry Marshall, Chief Executive, CSIRO
- Scott Bouvier, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons