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7th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 16-18, 2023 | Boston, Massachusetts, USA

October 16 -18, 2023 | Boston, Massachusetts, USA
NWC 2023

Sofica C Bistriceanu

Speaker at  Nursing World Conference 2023 - Sofica C Bistriceanu
Academic Medical Unit – CMI, Romania
Title : Perspective for voice utilization in clinical practice


People interact with their energy, with or without words and sounds. Verbal and nonverbal communication offer us relevant data about an individual: 

  • intelligence 
  • education 
  • emotional state 
  • medical conditions 
  • welfare 

Sharing the presence, words, musical composition, and how to give out an idea make us think of various human values, changeable in a different environment.
Usually, people exchange their opinions using words in a written format, or they convert them in a say that instantly goes up to the intended recipient[s] using IT devices or by physical, face-to-face interaction.
For verbal communication, the voice characteristics differ from those that get through expressing musical compositions.
Various musical themes and interpreters influence the mind's function, determining emotions for individual well-being.
Voice qualities to amend, initiate distress, or bring excitement are of interest in clinical practice.
Voice combined with breathing data offers information about blood flow. Gravitational waves and respiratory and heart functions influence human body fluids distribution and subsequently vary a human voice. Voice command and execution with possible gaps at diverse levels differentiate complex medical conditions.
AI supplies fast analyse the voice, including sentiment exploration. Promising projects using AI for voice analysis in the healthcare industry offer another perspective on clinical practice.
IT devices and physical touch points are options for communication in daily work.
This clinical sign offers us sufficient details for analysis and decisions in clinical practice.

Audience Take Away Notes:

  • Recognize voice function in clinical practice.
  • Evaluate heart failure using voice characteristics.
  • Make a difference between medical conditions concerning the respiratory system vs. cardiovascular system, using voice analysis.
  • Make a difference between voice dysfunction at various levels for command and execution.
  • Recognize the proper voice characteristics as an essential part of individual comfort.


Dr. Sofica Bistriceanu studied in Romania at the ‘Gr. T. Popa’ Iasi University, and graduated as MD in 1984, research in family medicine, Maastricht University, 2000, Ph.D. in 2009, Iasi, at the same institution. She joined the European, American, Asian Primary Care Research Group, American Academy on Communication in Healthcare, APTR, IHI, NICHQ, EPCCS, EURACT, WONCA Meetings. She is a member of Academy for Professionalism in Health Care. Dr Sofica Bistriceanu is the author of more than 70 research studies shared abroad and received awards for some of them. She is a member of The Journal of Patient Experience (JPX) Editorial Review Board. Dr. Sofica Bistriceanu is the representative of the Academic Medical Unit located in NT, ROU. She is the author of seven volumes of poems published by Chronica Iasi Publishing House, and Time, Iasi Publishing House.