Kelsey Day picks up where we left off last time. Now you have your assessment done, where do we go in treatment with trach patients in the ICU? Biofeedback, pitch glides, ice chips, and expiratory training may all be a part of the answer.

We also talk about how to start getting the right kind of attention from MDs, and about what a model for acute care mentorship can and should look like. Ever wished you got invited to rounds because there’s just a group of amazing professionals talking about your patients? Kelsey has an idea for how you can get there!

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