This discussion forum is sponsored by the University of Iowa Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. Its purpose is to promote discussion among health care professionals, scientists, and professional voice users regarding clinical and scientific issues relating to the normal and disordered human voice.
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2. If you are not subscribed, click on the "Search" button on the left. A list of names will then appear in alphabetical order. Locate the blue slider control on the right side of the window. Drag the slider control all the way to the bottom to view the very end of the list. Locate "voiceserve" near the bottom and CLICK ON THE "Subscribe" LINK IN THE RIGHT HAND COLUMN.
3. Lyris, the listserve program, will automatically and immediately send an email to the email address you entered in step 1 (above) advising that "You have been subscribed to voiceserve". You may want to save this message. It includes instructions about how to unsubscribe.
4. You will be returned to the All Forums list. Now click on VOICESERVE in the left hand column of the list. You should now be granted access the listserve. A list of submitted messages will appear for your review. Click on a message to read its content. To create a new message to share with the group, click on "create new message" in the upper right hand corner.
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IMPORTANT - The Lyris program automatically establishes subscriptions without passwords. Passwords are optional. If you want to create a password for your subscription, select the "My Account" item in the left hand list and then select the "Advanced" tab at the top of the next display. Follow directions from there.
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If you have any problems, contact me at:
Michael Karnell, Ph.D.
VOICESERVE Listserver Manager
The University of Iowa
READ THIS: Limitations of listserve discussions, particularly with regard to clinical issues.
Attention VOICESERVE Subscribers
Information shared during discussion of clinical diagnoses and treatment ofvoice disorders through VOICESERVE reflects the opinion of the individual posting that information and in no way reflects the position of, or endorsement by, its sponsor (the University of Iowa (UI)). Information shared through this listserve should never be offered or used as a substitute for face-to-face clinical assessment and management by qualified health-care professionals. The UI makes no guarantees regarding the accuracy, validity, or appropriateness of any information shared in this public forum. It is incumbent on all subscribers posting to this listserve to do so in a professional, ethical manner consistent with the Code of Ethics established by the subscriber’s professional organization.
Subscribers who submit correspondence via VOICESERVE are encouraged to identify themselves by interest and profession whenever contributing to discussions on this listserve. Non-professionals should identify themselves as interested lay public or patients.