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!
To mark the final post in the series, Dr. van Mersbergen not only shares the REAL reason researchers do what they do, but also gives […]
Dr. Schulz not only knows a thing or 2 about Parkinson's Disease and Telerehabilitation servicces, but also many things regarding research in our field! See […]
Get ready to hold your hats as Dr. Tabor-Gray shares a boat load of insights into her research on cough function in ALS (check out […]
I don't know about you, but these days I can use all the help I can get for making my job easier, quicker, or better. […]
We come. We evaluate. We treat. We recommend. We leave. That seems to be the simplistic sequence, right? Ever wonder what happens to those recommendations […]
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 […]
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