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
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
DISCLAIMER: I cannot claim an expert in research, and all post content are my own interpretations based on my own knowledge and experience. I may have professional/expert opinions that sometimes include researchers in the field for general input that I occasionaly may consult. This blog is not meant for medical or treatment advice, and professionals should always defer to the original research article (link provided on bottom of every review) and additional evidence as necessary, as well as using clinical judgment with individual patient cases for evidence-based practice. As always, I encourage feedback and questions from anyone (this only helps me and others learn!), as long as these are in a respectful and professional manner. Since this site’s goal is towards professional learning and growth, negative/disprespectful comments will not be tolerated and deleted without notice.