Welcome to the latest segment of the Swallow Your Pride podcast. I am delighted to have Dr. Paula Leslie and Dr. Martin Brodsky join me for what we hope to be a monthly roundtable discussion, weighing in on audience-directed topics related to swallowing and dysphagia.
Are you of the belief that instrumentals should be considered for every patient? Perhaps they aren’t ideal in specific circumstances? Who do you believe should be primarily responsible for writing the recommendations, the clinician who completed the instrumental assessment or the clinician who knows the patient best? These discussions and other perceivably ethical dilemmas (that really aren’t dilemmas at all—they’re the law) are passionately discussed.
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