University of Colorado Stroboscopy & FEES Course

Spring 2022

We are pleased to announced a modified Stroboscopy and FEES course to be held in Spring 2022. This will consist of in-person lectures and hands-on training session for videostroboscopy and FEES.

stroboscopy procedure

Course Overview​

This course will include both lecture and hands-on exposure to videostroboscopy and FEES. There will be eight-hours of hands on practice in a small group setting with direct instruction from experts - physicians and speech-language pathologists - in the field of laryngology. Participants will have the opportunity to learn and refine skills in both flexible and rigid endoscopy, as well as heighten their skills in the interpretation of stroboscopy and FEES.

*Please Note - Course Participants will be required to be fully vaccinated in order to attend. Per University of Colorado guidelines, medical and religious exemptions are permitted. Masking will be required for all participants (PPE will be provided).


Spring 2022: May 20 – 21, 2022. Agenda Forthcoming


Learning Objectives

  • Develop an intermediate level of skills in interpreting Flexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing.

  • Demonstrate basic endoscopic techniques for the use of rigid and flexible laryngeal endoscopy.

  • Develop an intermediate level of skill in interpreting laryngeal stroboscopy.​


Course Directors

Daniel Fink, MD
Juliana Litts, MA CCC-SLP

CU Faculty
Liz Cuadrado, MS, CCC-SLP


The registration fee for this course for a speech-language pathologist is $400. This course has a cap of 12 participants. Registration for the May 2022 Program will open in early spring

Any questions regarding the course status please email


Continuing Education (CEU) Credit


This course if offered for 0.8 ASHA CEUs (intermediate level; professional area)

Attendees seeking education credit must attend sessions in full and must complete the course self-assessment and learning assessment and return them to Juliana Litts in person in order to receive ASHA CEUs.

​Questions? Contact   

If you are not satisfied with the course, or if you have any concerns or complaints, contact; 303-724-1950) immediately following the course.

Complaints will be brought to the attention of the course directors immediately and the complainant should receive a response from course directors within 7 business days.

Individuals are encouraged to contact the ASHA Approved CE Provider and attempt to resolve any problem before filing a complaint with the ASHA’s Continuing Education Board (CEB). 

​Speaker Disclosures & Biographies

Daniel Fink, MD
FINANCIAL: Dr. Fink receives a salary from the University of Colorado Hospital.
NON‐FINANCIAL: Dr. Fink has no relevant non‐financial relationships that exist.

Dr. Daniel Fink is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. His clinical expertise relates to care of voice, airway and swallowing disorders. His research focuses on the study of airflow and ventilation in airway stenosis and patient centered outcomes in voice disorders. His clinical practice involves comprehensive care of voice, airway, and swallowing disorders.

Juliana Litts, MA, CCC‐SLP
FINANCIAL: Juliana receives a salary from University of Colorado Hospital.
NON‐FINANCIAL: Juliana has no relevant non‐financial relationships that exist.

Juliana Litts, MA CCC‐SLP is an Assistant Professor and certified Vocologist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of voice, cough and breathing disorders. She works on an interdisciplinary team of laryngologist and speech language pathologists to treat disorders related to the larynx.

Elizabeth Cuadrado, MS, CCC‐SLP
FINANCIAL: Elizabeth receives a salary from University of Colorado.
NON‐FINANCIAL: Elizabeth has no relevant non‐financial relationships that exist.​

Elizabeth Cuadrado is a speech‐language pathologist in the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Colorado’s School of Medicine. She is board certified in swallowing and swallowing disorders. Liz has acquired broad clinical experiences working in both adult and pediatric acute care hospitals. Her clinical focus is on pathophysiology of dysphagia, and practical dynamic treatment options.