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The Vocal Problems of School Teachers�
|Abstract:||在過去有許多研究指出音聲障礙與職業的關聯，特別是學校教師由於長期用聲的 教學活動或較容易接觸到上呼吸道感染的孩童等因素，被認為是音聲障礙高危險群的職業團 體。也是音聲問題門診病人中比率最高的職業族群，教師音聲健康問題之嚴重性可見一斑。 本文主要目的在闡述教師音聲健康問題的種類和嚴重程度，並分析其相關因素，建議維護保 養的方法。同時指出衛生教育將有助於減少教師音聲障礙，值得教師養成教育過程和在職教 師們之重視。|
Many studies have linked potentially vocally demanding vocations to high risk of voice disorders. Teachers are considered to be at high risk of developing voice disorders due to their professional activities and to their exposure to children who frequently develop upper respiratory infections. Teaching is also the most frequent occupation identified in voice clinic populations. The purpose of this paper is to describe the frequency, severity and kinds of vocal problems in teachers, and to clarify t he factors related to vocal disorders among teachers. Vocal hygiene education programs will be useful in reducing vocal problems associated with teaching, and may need to be incorporated into the training and retention to teachers.
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