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Research Tuesday : E-Stim Article Review

January 13, 2014 | DYSPHAGIA TREATMENT, EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE, RESEARCH | by Rinki Varindani

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 […]

Research Tuesday : Dysphagia Article Review

December 10, 2013 | DYSPHAGIA, EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE, MEDICAL SLP, RESEARCH | by Rinki Varindani

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

November 28, 2013 | DYSPHAGIA, MEDICAL SLP | by Rinki Varindani

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 […]