Dr. Dai Pu
Dr. Pu is a speech-language pathologist who qualified at the University of Sydney in Australia. She completed her doctorate degree at the University of Hong Kong in 2019. Dr. Pu conducts research primarily in the areas of swallowing disorders in adults. She has extensive experience in managing and conducting research in dysphagia in senior nursing facilities. She also works with adults affected by neurological conditions and survivors of head and neck cancer.
Lu, D., Yiu, E. M. L., Pu, D., Yang, H., & Ma, E. P. M. (2019). Parental knowledge, attitudes, and practices about vocal hygiene for their children in Chengdu, a city from China. Medicine, 98(16), e15252.
Chan, K. M., Chan, H. K., Siu, J. Y., Pu, D., Nund, R. L., & Ward, E. C. (2018). Impact of Head and Neck Cancer Treatment on Survivors’ Mealtime Experience. The Laryngoscope.
Pu, D., Murry, T., Wong, M. C., Yiu, E. M., & Chan, K. M. (2017). Indicators of dysphagia in aged care facilities. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 60(9), 2416-2426.
Lu, D., Ma, E. P. M., Ren, J., Pu, D., Yang, H., & Yiu, E. M. L. (2017). Mandarin (simplified) Chinese version of the Voice Activity and Participation Profile: Adaptation and validation. Journal of Voice.