Dr Debbie Phyland is a speech pathologist having primarily worked for the past 31 years in acute hospital settings, part-time lecturing at Latrobe, Melbourne and James Cook Universities in voice, neurological and dysphagia subjects and running her private voice practice. Debbie is also a music theatre singer-performer combining her love of performance with her
BSpPath, CPSP. Claire Stanley has worked for over 18 years as a speech pathologist after graduating from La Trobe University in 1999. Since then, she has dedicated her career to evaluating and managing swallowing and communication disorders in the acute medical and outpatients setting, predominantly in the fields of neurological, respiratory and critical care.
BSpPath (Hons), BMus (Perf), CPSP. Nicole has been working for 13 years as a speech pathologist after graduating from La Trobe University in 2004 with first class Honours; completing research in the area of voice for which she won the Winston Rickards medal for ‘Best thesis of therapeutic principle and application in the field