Over 3 Million Downloads And Counting…
START HERE: LISTEN TO OUR NEWEST PODCASTS:
In this episode of SYP, I have a conversation with Vanessa Neal PhD, CCC-SLP, a researcher and SLP with a passion for bridging the gap between researchers and clinicians.
If motor speech disorders haven’t been at the top of your list of CEU topics, it may have been a while since you’ve studied them. You’re definitely not alone! My guest this week is here to refresh your memory and tie it all together for you.
With the craziness of the past few years, especially for medical professionals, burnout has become more than just a buzzword.
Dive Deep Into The Issues That Speech-Language Pathologists Face When Working With Patients With Swallowing Disorders.
We’ll discuss many controversial topics in order to provide the LATEST evidence-based treatment strategies, and create a community of dysphagia clinicians who want to consume incredibly valuable insight and information.
Our goal is to allow you to #swallowyourpride, and be open and willing to try the latest in evidence based treatment approaches by learning from experts and researchers in our field in order to create the best outcomes for our patients who need it most!
239 – The Birth of the Preterm Infant Feeding and Swallowing Laboratory: from NICU to PhD and Back Again
Neina Ferguson takes us through the journey of the creation of the Preterm Infant Feeding and Swallowing Lab.
238 – Transitional foods: How much do we really know about them? – Ekaterina Bruno MEd, CCC-SLP, BCS-S
Transitional foods have been a brand new category introduced to SLPs in recent years, but how much do we really know about them? In this episode, Ekaterina Bruno M.Ed, CCC-SLP, BCS-S walks us through the research and explains the benefits that various populations have seen through their use.
In episode 236 of SYP, I have the privilege of talking with Dr. Rebecca Smith about her journey into the NICU and back again as she's pursuing her PhD.
In episode 235 of SYP, I have the privilege of talking with Dr. Bonnie Martin-Harris about the development and creation of the Modified Barium Swallow Impairment Profile.
In episode 234 of SYP, I have the privilege of talking with Julia Tuchman about her experience of living with dysphagia for the last three decades.
I have the privilege of talking with Dr. Gregory Postma, MD, a laryngologist who's been around the world of head and neck and back again. Dr. Postma shares his experiences collaborating as a member of the interdisciplinary team, we discuss changes to our shared area of practice over the last few decades, and ways in which SLPs and laryngologist can continue to collaborate to provide the highest caliber of care for our patients.
232 – I See You: The Challenging Role of the SLP in Critically Ill Patients – Nicole Langton-Frost, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S
I have the privilege of talking with Nicole Langton- Frost, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S about her experience as an acute SLP who is now working in an administration role while maintaining a clinical role in the ICU and partnering with her research colleagues at Johns Hopkins.
Have you ever wondered if your patients are *actually* doing an Effortful Swallow or Mendelsohn? Or if they adhere to their HEP? You’re not alone in this and Gabriela (Gabi) Constantinescu, PhD, R.SLP, S-LP(C) has a solution for you!
Do you see swallowing as three phases or a continuum that can’t be separated? This difference will change the way you practice and improve the care your patients receive. Erin Reedy, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, joins me for episode 230 of SYP to share her research and...
I have the pleasure of discussing all things laryngology with Dr. Yin Yiu, MD and Laryngologist!
Brittany Krekeler, PhD, CCC-SLP discusses seeing each patient as an “n of 1” to find the specific recipe for success.
I have the privilege of talking with Corinne Jones, PhD, CCC-SLP, about her experience with utilizing data to measure and demonstrate progress in our patients and motivate them throughout the therapy process.
226-Care Across the Continuum: The Journey from SNF to Acute – Maria Berardi-Coladonato, MA, CCC-SLP, CDP
In this episode, Maria Berardi-Coladonato, MA, CCC-SLP, CDP shares the exact skills learned in the SNF that laid the foundation for acute, the importance of networking for SLPs, and her hopes for the future of our field!
I have the privilege of talking with Nicole Large, BS, a second-year grad student who is wise beyond her years, and already contributing to the research of our field. Nicole shares her experience balancing it all: graduate school, clinicals, conducting research, and surviving a pandemic!
224 – The True Price of Unstandardized Dysphagia Assessment – Julie Peterson MS/CCC-SLP and Steven Sireci, MD
In episode 224 of SYP, I do a deep dive with Julie Peterson, MS, CCC-SLP, and radiologist, Dr. Steven Sireci, MD about the true price of the burden of dysphagia.
Dr. Burkhead Morgan has decades of experience working in a level 1 trauma center and other medical settings serving vent-dependent patients and she is sharing tons of valuable insights and stories from her experience in this episode!
Tim Zmudka, MS, CCC-SLP is sharing how he flipped the script for his facilities and scored a $38k grant to get FEES onsite!
Morgan and Lori share the historical role of the SLP in the burn population and how they created a protocol from their clinical experience, collaboration with PT/OT colleagues, and applying research.
If the burn unit is uncharted territory for your SLP program, you’re not alone! Morgan Billinger, MS, CCC-SLP, and Lori Skinner, MS, CCC-SLP are joining me for episode 218 to change that!
What if you had a tool that could help you help more patients to get great outcomes in a shorter amount of time?