Brian Shute, Ph.D., CCC
Speech-Language Pathologist
P.O. Box 30621
Spokane, WA 99223

  • Communication surrounding NDE, coma, and vegetative states
  • American cultures and persecution of the innocent: Japanese-Americans, Wobblies, American Indians and others
  • Reliability of artificial larynx devices according to laryngectomees and speech-language pathologists
  • The Franklin School: Historical interests
  • Fluoroquinolone drugs, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, and damage to speech-swallowing structures
  • Training with artificial larynx devices
  • Laryngectomee rehabilitation
  • Pneumatic devices and voice production
  • Voice-Spectral patterns and stereotypes
  • Barium viscosity, density, and adsorption
  • Professional burnout
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