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251 – Interprofessional Collaboration: The Soft Skill You Didn’t Know You Needed – Catherine Andrea PT, MPT, EdD
In this episode of SYP, I have a conversation with Catherine Andrea, PT, MPT, EdD about her passion of interprofessional collaboration, a skill that is often overlooked but vital for our practice.
Why would a BCBA treat PFD?! Isn’t that an SLP’s job? If you’re interested in PFD and believe in treating the entire patient through the evidence-based triad, you will thoroughly enjoy this conversation that shows us that PFD really is a team sport!
In this week’s episode of SYP, I have a conversation with Memorie Gosa about all things Pediatric Feeding! Memory shares her experience…
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!
With over 20 years of experience, Walt Fritz, PT, is sitting down to take a deep dive into all things manual therapy with me.
You may know her as @voicedok from TikTok where she shares edu-taining videos on all things laryngology, and Dr. Inna Husain is sitting down to share the latest in her field of specialty.
Megan Parsons takes us on her journey of advocacy, marketing, and strategy that is Crafting the Clinic of Your SLP Dreams.
Dr. Ruth Stonestreet is a self-proclaimed “seasoned SLP” and has spent the majority of her career serving the pediatric feeding population.
Routine post-operative FEES? Could it be the future of the SLP role in the CVICU?
Dr. Alan Shikani joins me to talk about the benefits and details of the Shikani Heat Moisture Exchangers (HMEs) for tracheostomized patients.
Dr. Alan Shikani Get’s Rolling with the Shakanki Speaking Valve. He gives us an in-depth look at his creation, the Shikani Speaking Valve.
In episode 208, Katlyn McGrattan, PhD, CCC-SLP, shares insights into her fascinating research: Establishing Normative Values for Signs of Aspiration in Non-Dysphagic Infants.
Emily Rankin is sharing her story that takes her from ultrasound tech to SLP Grad Student and the MedSLP Collective Member of the Month.
Swallow Your Pride podcast listeners submitted questions for the podcast creator, Theresa Richard, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, in celebration of the 200th episode and 4 year anniversary of the podcast and she’s answering each question in episode 206!
In this week’s episode of SYP, I have the honor of talking with 3 SLPs from Tampa General Hospital. They discuss their experiences of creating a brand new CF position, mentoring CFs, and landing your dream acute CFY.
204 – The Tale of Two Dysphagia Survivors: How a Support Group Can Make All the Difference with Maggie Donaker, MS CCC-SLP, Kristin Winter, MEd CCC-SLP, Len Amato, and Tom LaGreca
Maggie Donaker and Kristin Winter have partnered together to share about their virtual support group for people living with dysphagia, Dysphagia Digest.
Lyndsay Parker, MS, CCC-SLP is giving us the details on reimbursement and billing in the SNF setting to empower SLPs to advocate more effectively, gain the respect of their colleagues, and get the tools they need to do their job without begging every time a patient needs a FEES or MBSS.
Emily Baker, MS, CCC-SLP is on episode 202 of Swallow Your Pride to give you the details of dysphagia risk in your cardiopulmonary patients.
201- It’s Never Too Late to Reinvent Yourself! From SLP to Anesthesiologist – Meg Folsom, M.D., M.S. CCC/SLP
Dr. Meg Folsom (formerly Heglund) was previously on episode 127 which happened to be our most downloaded episode ever! We asked her to come back to kick off the 200s episodes and also gain some inspiration about what it’s like to finally take the leap you want in your career.
200- A Round of Applause for ASHA: Policy Changes + Partners in Advocacy- Monica Sampson, PhD, CCC-SLP
If you’ve ever doubted ASHA’s support of SLPs, then listen up. This episode will give you a new appreciation for our professional association and partner in advocacy.
Dr. Miles shares research findings related to the validated New Zealand Secretion Scale (NZSS), and how we can use this tool to enhance clinical decision making and quantify risk for our patients with dysphagia.
In episode 198, we define neural plasticity, talk about why it matters to clinicians, discuss evidence for plasticity and dysphagia, and dive into the use of adjuvant therapies
197- Six and a Half Years NPO: A Story of Hope and Healing- Sonia Blue M.A., LMFT, Former President of NFOSD & Jan C Pryor PhC, CCC-SLP, BCS-S
Sonia Blue and Jan Pryor have a candid conversation about dysphagia survivorship, grief, hope, and healing.
In episode 196, we cover the prevalence of lymphedema, clinical indicators, treatment options and modalities, and getting over the barriers that keep many SLPs from stepping into the lymphedema world!