If you’re interested in working in acute and the ICU, this is the episode for you!
In episode 232 of SYP, 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. Nicole really does a little of it all and is elevating our field along the way. She shares what she has learned over the years while working in the ICU, research that has shaped her practice, and where she sees the role of the SLP in the ICU evolving over the upcoming years as our profession continues to grow.
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In this episode, you’ll hear about:
– What lessons Nicole has learned over the years while working in the ICU
– Research that has shaped her practice with the critically ill population
– Where she sees the role of the SLP in the ICU evolving over the upcoming years
– Advice for SLPs who want to work in the ICU
– Nicole’s upcoming course
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