Ever face a clinical decision for a dysphagia patient where each option feels too risky?

Ever face a clinical decision for a dysphagia patient where each option feels too risky?

Or maybe you stick to the conservative side of decision-making. 

Better safe than sorry…. 

Until you learn that what you thought was safe is actually harmful.

How are we supposed to know? What can actually guide us toward making better decisions and recommendations – especially for those medically complex patients?

George Barnes, M.S. CCC-SLP, BCS-S is here to open up and dissect this critical topic so you can show up to work with a plan that works! Tune in to learn about decision journals, specific patient factors to consider, biases, and why he recommends choosing the more “liberal” option in the right situations with your dysphagia recommendations.

If you’d like to learn even MORE about this topic, check out his online course for ASHA CEUs, titled Complex Decision-Making in Dysphagia Management, and use the coupon code SYP20 to get 20% off of his course. Go to www.feesibleswallowsolutions.com/education 

George Barnes MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S is a board-certified specialist in swallowing and swallowing disorders who has developed expertise in dysphagia management, focusing on diagnostics and clinical decision-making in the medically complex population. George yearns to make education useful and quality care accessible. With a passion for food and a deep appreciation for the joy and connection it brings to our lives, he has dedicated his life to helping others enjoy this simple but deep-rooted pleasure.

Book mentioned: Daniel Kahneman's, “Thinking Fast and Slow

Find George Online:

https://www.feesibleswallowsolutions.com/education

https://www.feesibleswallowsolutions.com/blog

 

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