Speech-Language Pathologists are also referred to as language therapists who are physicians schooled in detecting and correcting lingual concerns. They are trained assess and provide treatment alternatives to people with speech impediments and fluency problems, swallowing and vocalization disorders, and cognitive-communication dysfunction. Working both the medical and the academe, they harness modern diagnostic tools and technological advances to allow people who communicate using their verbal abilities.
Speech and Language Therapist/Pathologist) CV Format
Dr. Jasmine E. Royce, MD
Queens St., Honolulu
Phone: (808) 554-9898
To work as a Speech and language Therapist/Pathologist in a clinic specializing in speech disorders
1994 – Present: Speech and Language Therapist, Linguistics Center, Waikiki
- Design and administer speech evaluation diagnostics to determine nature and extent of speech disability.
- Conduct observation on patient’s speaking ability to ascertain the most suitable treatment course
- Conduct speech laboratory skills training to enable patients to better hear themselves and allow others to critique and give inputs.
- Refer patients to EENT specialists and doctors for physiological roots of speech disability for possible surgery.
- Refer patients to clinical psychiatrists if test reveal that speech impairment has psychological roots.
Skills and Qualification
- Passed the State Board requirements to practice medicine in the Hawaii
- Passed the US Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) in 1994
- More than 16 years of medical experience with the last 10 years focused in treating speech disorders
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and people management skills
1992 – 1994: Internship with specialization in speech pathology at the Harvard University Medical Center
1989 – 1992: College of Medicine, Harvard University
1986 – 1989: BS in Anatomy, Lewisham College, London
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request