What is R&R?
As busy SLPs SLP-ing, we could all use a little R&R. But who has the time these days?!? And how do you even do it? Here, relevant research articles are reviewed, summarized, and discussed by yours truly to improve knowledge, advocacy, and clinical care for OUR patients!Learn more
If you're interested in what a past Dysphagia Research Society president (among MANY other roles) has to share about research and ways to bridge this […]
If you thought Dr. Charters was gonna slow down after recently getting awarded her PhD, think again! Here, she gives some honest and genuine tips, […]
Dr. Cara Donohue brings an interesting personal perspective when it comes to dysphagia (it involves a wired jaw!). And if you thought winning Dysphagia Research […]
When we SLPs hear a cough in a restaurant, at the dinner table, or at bedside, our brains automatically go into assessment mode ping-ponging an […]
Over the last few decades, prevention has been a key role in health more than ever. From preventing wrinkles to preventing heart disease, taking steps […]
Before we had microwaves, we had ovens. Before we had cars, we had horses. And before we had CTAR, we had (and still have) the […]