Amy Freeman-Sanderson
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Return of voice for ventilated tracheostomy patients in ICU: a randomized controlled trial of early-targeted intervention
AL Freeman-Sanderson, L Togher, MR Elkins, PR Phipps
Critical Care Medicine 44 (6), 1075-1081, 2016
Quality of life improves for tracheostomy patients with return of voice: a mixed methods evaluation of the patient experience across the care continuum
AL Freeman-Sanderson, L Togher, M Elkins, B Kenny
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 46, 10-16, 2018
Quality of life improves with return of voice in tracheostomy patients in intensive care: An observational study
AL Freeman-Sanderson, L Togher, MR Elkins, PR Phipps
Journal of Critical Care 33, 186-191, 2016
A consensus statement for the management and rehabilitation of communication and swallowing function in the ICU: a global response to COVID-19
A Freeman-Sanderson, EC Ward, A Miles, I de Pedro Netto, S Duncan, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 102 (5), 835-842, 2021
Characteristics of patient communication and prevalence of communication difficulty in the intensive care unit: an observational study
A Freeman-Sanderson, K Morris, M Elkins
Australian Critical Care 32 (5), 373-377, 2019
A clinical audit of the management of patients with a tracheostomy in an Australian tertiary hospital intensive care unit: Focus on speech-language pathology
A Freeman-Sanderson, L Togher, P Phipps, M Elkins
International journal of speech-language pathology 13 (6), 518-525, 2011
A critical care pandemic staffing framework in Australia
AP Marshall, DE Austin, D Chamberlain, SC Lee-anne, M Cree, ...
Australian Critical Care 34 (2), 123-131, 2021
The speech pathology workforce in intensive care units: Results from a national survey
LA Cardinal, A Freeman-Sanderson, L Togher
Australian Critical Care 33 (3), 250-258, 2020
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cuts ties with patients' outside world
A Freeman-Sanderson, L Rose, MB Brodsky
Australian Critical Care 33 (5), 397-398, 2020
Surge capacity for critical care specialised allied health professionals in Australia during COVID-19
EJ Ridley, A Freeman-Sanderson, KJ Haines
Australian Critical Care 34 (2), 191-193, 2021
Clinical profile and recovery pattern of dysphagia in the COVID-19 patient: A prospective observational cohort within NSW
NA Clayton, E Walker, A Freeman–Sanderson
Australian Critical Care 36 (2), 262-268, 2023
Systematic review and meta‐analysis of the impact of dosimetry to dysphagia and aspiration related structures
EK Charters, H Bogaardt, AL Freeman‐Sanderson, KJ Ballard
Head & neck 41 (6), 1984-1998, 2019
Tracheostomy care and communication during COVID-19: Global interprofessional perspectives
CH Moser, A Freeman-Sanderson, E Keeven, KA Higley, E Ward, ...
American journal of otolaryngology 43 (2), 103354, 2022
Swallowing and communication outcomes following primary transoral robotic surgery
E Charters, R Wu, C Milross, H Bogaardt, A Freeman‐Sanderson, ...
Head & Neck 43 (7), 2013-2023, 2021
Conceptualisation and development of the RIPE-N model (reflective interprofessional education-network model) to enhance interprofessional collaboration across multiple health …
C Lucas, T Power, DS Kennedy, G Forrest, B Hemsley, ...
Reflective Practice 21 (5), 712-730, 2020
Bouncing off each other: experiencing interprofessional collaboration through simulation
C Hayes, T Power, G Forrest, C Ferguson, D Kennedy, ...
Clinical Simulation in Nursing 65, 26-34, 2022
Defining effective communication for critically ill patients with an artificial airway: An international multi-professional consensus
CJ Zaga, A Freeman-Sanderson, MB Happ, JD Hoit, BA McGrath, ...
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 76, 103393, 2023
Early fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallow in transoral robotic surgery: description of swallow function and recovery in the acute postoperative period for oropharyngeal …
EK Charters, H Bogaardt, AL Freeman‐Sanderson, KJ Ballard, S Davies, ...
Head & neck 43 (1), 116-127, 2021
An intervention to allow early speech in ventilated tracheostomy patients in an Australian intensive care unit (icu): a randomised controlled trial
A Freeman-Sanderson, L Togher, M Elkins, P Phipps
Australian Critical Care 29 (2), 114, 2016
Amplifying patient voices amid pandemic: Perspectives on tracheostomy care, communication, and connection
V Pandian, BS Hopkins, CJ Yang, E Ward, ED Sperry, O Khalil, ...
American Journal of Otolaryngology 43 (5), 103525, 2022
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