A Clear Voice

S2 Ep 6: Dr Amanda Richards offers an Australian perspective on Laryngological aspects of COVID-19

December 18, 2020 BLA Connections Season 2 Episode 6
A Clear Voice
S2 Ep 6: Dr Amanda Richards offers an Australian perspective on Laryngological aspects of COVID-19
Chapters
1:44
Q1. What has been your experience of COVID 19 in your centre?
3:51
Q2. Have you been able to re-start services in Melbourne and beyond?
6:13
Q3. What have been some of the challenges to re-starting and have you been able to put any systems in place to overcome these?
8:46
Q4. What are you planning for the next steps? Do you feel COVID19 will have a lasting impact on laryngology?
10:13
Q5. What type of Covid-19 consequences have you seen in your laryngology clinic ITU submission, post-COVID and for patients suffering from long COVID?
11:53
Take Home Message
A Clear Voice
S2 Ep 6: Dr Amanda Richards offers an Australian perspective on Laryngological aspects of COVID-19
Dec 18, 2020 Season 2 Episode 6
BLA Connections

Welcome to the final episode of 'A Clear Voice' series 2. Dr Amanda Richards joins Natalie Watson to discuss dealing with COVID-19 in the Southern Hemisphere and how a public hospital system can make up for lost time when it is already stretched, and what impact has this disruption had on patients well being?

In this episode:

1:44 Q1. What has been your experience of COVID 19 in your centre?

3:51 Q2. Have you been able to re-start services in  Melbourne and beyond?

6:13 Q3. What have been some of the challenges to re-starting and have you been able to put any systems in place to overcome these?

8:46 Q4. What are you planning for the next steps? Do you feel COVID19 will have a lasting impact on laryngology?

10:13 Q5. What type of Covid-19 consequences have you seen in your laryngology clinic ITU submission, post-COVID and for patients suffering from long COVID? 

11:15  Take home message 

Guest Bio:  Dr Amanda Richards

Dr Amanda Richards is an Otolaryngologist, Head and Neck Surgeon from Melbourne. Amanda graduated from her specialty OHNS training in 2012 and has fellowship training in Laryngology from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (New York, USA) and Head and Neck Cancer Surgery from St George's NHS Trust (London, UK).

Amanda is the lead clinician at The Royal Melbourne Hospital Voice Clinic along with her multidiscipline practice in Voice, Swallow and Upper Airway at Pinnacle Surgery. She is a clinical researcher and supervisor and has been awarded The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons D.R Leslie prize along with the New York Laryngological Society Fellows Award. Amanda's areas of interest include care of the professional voice, laryngeal cancer, neurolaryngology, laser surgery and office-based procedures.

Contact Information
Visit www.britishlaryngological.org or download BLA Connect from your app store for further information and details on becoming a BLA member.

Email: [email protected] for any questions or topic suggestions you may have for future episodes.

This show is brought to you by the BLA, you can follow us on  Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Instagram hosted by Natalie Watson @surgeonsinger produced and directed by Heather Pownall of Heather's Media Hub Ltd 

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Welcome to the final episode of 'A Clear Voice' series 2. Dr Amanda Richards joins Natalie Watson to discuss dealing with COVID-19 in the Southern Hemisphere and how a public hospital system can make up for lost time when it is already stretched, and what impact has this disruption had on patients well being?

In this episode:

1:44 Q1. What has been your experience of COVID 19 in your centre?

3:51 Q2. Have you been able to re-start services in  Melbourne and beyond?

6:13 Q3. What have been some of the challenges to re-starting and have you been able to put any systems in place to overcome these?

8:46 Q4. What are you planning for the next steps? Do you feel COVID19 will have a lasting impact on laryngology?

10:13 Q5. What type of Covid-19 consequences have you seen in your laryngology clinic ITU submission, post-COVID and for patients suffering from long COVID? 

11:15  Take home message 

Guest Bio:  Dr Amanda Richards

Dr Amanda Richards is an Otolaryngologist, Head and Neck Surgeon from Melbourne. Amanda graduated from her specialty OHNS training in 2012 and has fellowship training in Laryngology from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (New York, USA) and Head and Neck Cancer Surgery from St George's NHS Trust (London, UK).

Amanda is the lead clinician at The Royal Melbourne Hospital Voice Clinic along with her multidiscipline practice in Voice, Swallow and Upper Airway at Pinnacle Surgery. She is a clinical researcher and supervisor and has been awarded The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons D.R Leslie prize along with the New York Laryngological Society Fellows Award. Amanda's areas of interest include care of the professional voice, laryngeal cancer, neurolaryngology, laser surgery and office-based procedures.

Contact Information
Visit www.britishlaryngological.org or download BLA Connect from your app store for further information and details on becoming a BLA member.

Email: [email protected] for any questions or topic suggestions you may have for future episodes.

This show is brought to you by the BLA, you can follow us on  Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Instagram hosted by Natalie Watson @surgeonsinger produced and directed by Heather Pownall of Heather's Media Hub Ltd 

Q1. What has been your experience of COVID 19 in your centre?
Q2. Have you been able to re-start services in Melbourne and beyond?
Q3. What have been some of the challenges to re-starting and have you been able to put any systems in place to overcome these?
Q4. What are you planning for the next steps? Do you feel COVID19 will have a lasting impact on laryngology?
Q5. What type of Covid-19 consequences have you seen in your laryngology clinic ITU submission, post-COVID and for patients suffering from long COVID?
Take Home Message