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Holding on and Letting go

Posted by Rinki Varindani on March 2, 2014 in INSPIRATIONAL, MEDICAL SLP, PERSONAL

It has been a while since I wrote a blog post. And this one, although related to the field of Medical Speech Language Pathology, is more about certain situations I have experienced in life, while working in the healthcare setting and the lessons learned along the way. Often, I run into patients whose life stories […]

Research Tuesday : E-Stim Article Review

Posted by Rinki Varindani on January 13, 2014 in DYSPHAGIA TREATMENT, EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE, RESEARCH

On the second Tuesday of each month, SLP bloggers around the world blog about research related to the field of Speech Language Pathology. I found Research Tuesday be an exciting initiative and decided to start participating last month. I aim for this to become a monthly routine. Rachel Wynn, a fellow SLP, publishes a monthly […]

Speech Language Pathologist: To Be or Not To Be

Posted by Rinki Varindani on January 6, 2014 in PERSONAL, SLP2B

Things you should know before choosing Speech Language Pathology as a career option. Particularly useful for International Students… Daniel Webster once said, “If all my possessions were taken from me with one exception, I would choose to keep the power of communication, for by it I would soon regain all the rest.” This quote exemplifies […]

Research Tuesday : Dysphagia Article Review

Posted by Rinki Varindani on December 10, 2013 in DYSPHAGIA, EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE, MEDICAL SLP, RESEARCH

On the second Tuesday of each month, SLP bloggers around the world blog about research related to the field of Speech Language Pathology. I found Research Tuesday be an exciting initiative and decided to start participating in it this month. I aim for this to become a monthly routine. Rachel Wynn, a fellow SLP, publishes a […]

Speech and Swallowing In-service Training

Posted by Rinki Varindani on November 28, 2013 in DYSPHAGIA, MEDICAL SLP

What is an in-service training? The World English Dictionary defines an  ‘in-service’ as follows: in-service /ɪnˈsɜrvɪs/ (adj) : training that is given to employees during the course of employment Whether you are a speech language pathologist in a school,rehab center, nursing home or hospital, you may be asked to (or in most cases, may ‘need’ to) provide an […]

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