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5th International Tracheostomy Symposium 2019- Melbourne, Australia 

Due to overwhelming demand the organising commitee of the 5th International Tracheostomy Symposium have extended the abstract submission deadline to 31 May 2019. Don't miss this opportunity to present alongside some of the most highly regarded plenary speakers in the industry. Submit your abstracts here  

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Inspiring 5th ITS 2019 speakers- A focus on Daisy Xu and Dr Jeanette Tamplin 

Daisy Xu is a remarkable young woman who experienced a motorbike accident whilst on holiday in Vietnam resulting in a high spinal cord injury requiring ventilation via a tracheostomy. 

Daisy has recorded her journey in her blog Mad Grit 

Read more about Daisy's story here 

Together with renowned music therapist Dr Jeanette Tamplin, Daisy has been able to continue her passion for singing, despite being on ventilation. 

Dr Jeanette Tamplin PhD, M.Mus, B.Mus (Hons) is an award winning registered music therapist who has worker in neurorehabilitation over the past 20 years and her research in this area focuses on the therapeutic effects of singing, speech and language rehabilitation, therapeutic song writing and coping and adjusting following neurological injury or illness.