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SIG 14 Live Zoom Discussion: Recognizing Signs of Potential Misdiagnosis in Adult Healthcare Settings Due to Cultural Differences - Shared screen with speaker view
Shannon Ward
19:08
Hi...it's mighty quiet in here.
Aimee Dietz
21:07
Well, hello again. :)
Stephanie O'Silas
21:22
Hello Aimee! Great to have you!
Aimee Dietz
21:44
Happy to be here with students from the University of Cincinnati!
Taylor McIntyre
57:09
I love the example haha
jamilaminga
57:31
Thank you, Taylor.
Taylor McIntyre
58:59
You’re welcome 😊
khadijahkhalid
59:12
Hello everyone! This is a study that I conducted. The study about communication strategies that SLPs used in multilingual contexts in Malaysia https://openresearch-repository.anu.edu.au/handle/1885/140917
jamilaminga
59:31
Thank you for sharing Khadijah.
khadijahkhalid
01:00:54
My pleasure
jamilaminga
01:02:24
Thank you for sharing, Taylor. We are happy that you are learning.
Jenna M Battipaglia (she/her/hers)
01:07:41
Could you possibly share the title or link or citation for the article you just cited?
Jenna M Battipaglia (she/her/hers)
01:08:04
Articles*
jamilaminga
01:09:02
Yes, Jenna. I am trying to get the references in the chat.
Jenna M Battipaglia (she/her/hers)
01:09:15
Thank you so much! :)
jamilaminga
01:10:50
Dagenais, P.A., Stallworth, J.A. (2014). The influence of dialect upon the perception of dysarthric speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 28(7-8), 573-589.Dozat, T., Garston, S., Head, K., Kravitz, S, & Riley, D. (2012, April). Speech rhythm in African American English. Poster presented at the annual University of Rochester Diversity Conference, Rochester, NY. Retrieved from https://www.rochester.edu/diversity/assets/pdf/annualconference/garstonposter.pdfPerrachione, T.K., Chiao, J.Y., & Wong, C.M. (2010). Asymmetric cultural effects on perceptual expertise underlie an own-race bias for voices. Cognition, 114 (1), 42-55.
jamilaminga
01:10:54
You’re welcome
Alicia M Morrison
01:11:08
Thank you!
jamilaminga
01:11:20
You’re welcome
Jenna M Battipaglia (she/her/hers)
01:12:01
Thank you, Jamila!
jamilaminga
01:12:14
You’re welcome, Jenna.
bare.l
01:12:34
FYI - If this link is clicked, the page is not found and no longer exists :(
jamilaminga
01:14:10
I’ll ask Marilouise to retrieve the poster.
Susan Browning
01:16:09
excellent example! I used to do DC planning, but the patients were part of a large homeless population. that was a big lesson for me.
Julia Kharlamenko
01:16:30
Such a great point!
Susan Browning
01:16:47
I had to change my DC planning philosophy. great point on money management too.
Susan Browning
01:25:04
I agree completely!! I do not believe we can get a true assessment without involving and interviewing families on day one.
Linda Rosa-Lugo
01:29:15
thank you for informative presentation and good resources - e.g., references
jamilaminga
01:29:42
You’re welcome, Linda. Thank you for joining us.
Alicia M Morrison
01:31:41
Thank you so much for sharing this valuable information. I learned so much. Grateful
kenyanmartin
01:31:43
Can you please share the reference slide one more time?
Gary Martin
01:32:05
This was terrific! Thank you! Will the video and the slides be made available? If so, where and can I share these with my colleagues and students who are not in SIG 14?
Celia Stewart (she, her)
01:32:57
Thank you for sharing the references and for your insights
jamilaminga
01:33:04
Hi Gary. Yes. The slides will be available via ASHA.
jamilaminga
01:33:21
You’re welcome, Celia.
Stephanie O'Silas
01:33:26
Thank you Gary and Celia!
Samantha Moore (she, her, hers)
01:33:57
Hi Gary! We will post to the SIG 14 community when the recording is available and how to access it
Danai Fannin
01:35:01
Kenyanmartin did you see the referene slide?
Gary Martin
01:36:45
Thanks, everyone!
jamilaminga
01:36:56
You’re welcome, Gary. Thanks for joining us.
Dorothee Veit-Murray
01:42:33
Very helpful, thank you!
jamilaminga
01:43:09
Thank you, Dorothee, for joining us. You’re most welcome.
Shannon Ward
01:43:26
Great question!!
Holly Miller
01:43:32
Amanda - that was a great question!
Darlene Monda
01:47:47
Paul Meier IDEA website has dialectic samples of speech from all over the world...
Amanda Marie Giordano
01:48:32
Thank you for that resource!
jamilaminga
01:48:55
You’re welcome, Amanda.
Danai Fannin
01:49:40
Thanks for that resource Darlene
Dorothee Veit-Murray
01:52:32
Here is a great resource for English accents and dialects from every continent https://visualaccentdialectarchive.com/category/dialects/americas/
Danai Fannin
01:52:55
Thanks Dorothee
Susan Browning
01:59:30
Coordinating with the interpersonal team to complete a root cause analysis, looking at Quality Measures to determine potential areas of concern.
Sabiha Parveen
02:00:37
Thanks for a wonderful presentation and a great discussion. I hope we can continue to have these conversations more often through SIG 14 and other ASHA avenues.
Susan Browning
02:00:41
I can agree, safety can feel like a loop hole for sure. there may be other areas to consider, or referring out to recreational therapy, psych, OT, etc
Darlene Monda
02:02:26
Thanks for a great talk!
Stephanie O'Silas
02:02:37
Thank you!
jamilaminga
02:04:25
Thank you, Darlene.
jamilaminga
02:04:40
Thank you, Sabiha.
Victoria Bolowsky (she/her)
02:04:53
Thank you Marilouise, Stephanie, and Jamila
Danai Fannin
02:05:08
You’re welcome, Darlene
jamilaminga
02:05:12
You’re welcome, Victoria.
Susan Browning
02:06:06
Excellent points for sure, Amy!
Susan Browning
02:06:51
This was a great conversation!
Kacie La Forest
02:06:54
Thank you so much!
Paula Wingler
02:06:54
Thank you all! Great informative session!
courtney
02:06:58
Thank you all for this vital material!
Stephanie
02:06:59
Thank you.
Natasha wilson
02:07:01
Thank you!
Dorothee Veit-Murray
02:07:02
Thank you very much!
Aimee Dietz
02:07:02
Thanks, to you all! This was really helpful! Lots of tips to incorporate into my teaching!
bare.l
02:07:02
good night
Rachel Ward
02:07:02
Thank you so much!
Kendell Dunphy
02:07:04
Thank you so much!
Connie Summers
02:07:05
thank so much. I enjoyed the panel
trevorwoollard
02:07:07
Thank you