Swallow Your Pride Podcast

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101 – Casey Lewis MS, CCC-SLP, CNT, NTMTC, NANN – Navigating the NICU – Relationships, Respiration, Research, and More
50:45
I know you’ve been wanting more information on the role of speech pathologists in the NICU. As both a speech pathologist and a mom, this topic is close to my heart. That’s why I am so excited for episode 102 with the wonderful Casey Lewis. In this episode, Casey helps us navigate the NICU world. She discusses everything from how to begin working in the NICU, the impact of experiences on the development of the brain, how to promote the relationship between babies and their parents, and more! To share your thoughts: - Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group - Share this episode on Facebook or TwitterTo help out the show:- Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!- Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride Download Ep. 101 Show Notes! This Month’s Featured Affiliates: If you like our work, support us on Patreon for as little as a dollar a month! Previous Next Previous Next
Aug 31, 2019
100 – Susan Langmore PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S – On the Origin of FEES and Predictors of Aspiration Pneumonia
56:59
All hail Dr. Susan Langmore, First of Her Name, Queen of Dysphagia Research Society, Predictor of Aspiration Pneumonia, and Mother of FEES! It's episode 100 so we pulled out the big guns. Dr. Langmore takes us back to the origin of FEES. And you know how every guest says their favorite paper is Dr. Langmore's predictors of aspiration pneumonia (but really, who blames them, it's a great paper)? We're getting the story from the source.To share your thoughts: - Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group - Share this episode on Facebook or TwitterTo help out the show:- Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!- Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride Download Ep. 100 Show Notes! This Month’s Featured Affiliates: If you like our work, support us on Patreon for as little as a dollar a month! Previous Next Previous Next
Aug 21, 2019
099 – Katlyn Gollin MA, CCC-SLP – Accountability and Standards in Student Supervision
27:32
Have you had a rough time supervising a student? You aren't alone! Students may struggle for a myriad of reasons, but there are resources out there to help you support them, and guidance for what to do if even that isn't getting them up to snuff. Katlyn Gollin struggled with her first student, but is here to share everything she learned from that experience and the successes of her second student!To share your thoughts: - Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group - Share this episode on Facebook or TwitterTo help out the show:- Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!- Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride Download Ep. 099 Show Notes! This Month’s Featured Affiliates: If you like our work, support us on Patreon for as little as a dollar a month! Previous Next Previous Next
Aug 14, 2019
098 – Caitlin Saxtein MS, CCC-SLP – On PEGs and Palliative Care
46:00
Wondering what the real difference is between palliative care and hospice? Or when a PEG is worth all the trouble we know they cause? Caitlin Saxtein shares research and information on these topics and more. One study found that 78% of SLPs thought that PEGs were OK in advanced dementia (they're not), but only 11% of those same SLPs said they would want one for themself. We've got a ways to go on educating ourselves and our colleagues, but Caitlin will give you a head start.To share your thoughts: - Join the MedSLP Newbies Facebook group - Share this episode on Facebook or TwitterTo help out the show:- Leave a review on iTunes. Your comments help me immensely and I just might read it on the show!- Contribute at patreon.com/swallowyourpride Download Ep. 098 Show Notes! This Month’s Featured Affiliates: If you like our work, support us on Patreon for as little as a dollar a month! Previous Next Previous Next
Aug 06, 2019
097 – Russ Campbell, PT, CEO of AmpCare – How NMES Can Impact Swallowing Kinematics and What Systems Can Do It
1:10:18
Jul 17, 2019
096 – Kristie Knickerbocker M.S. CCC-SLP – When Personal and Professional Collide: The Patient Side of Dysphagia
59:58
Jul 09, 2019
095 – Kathryn “Kate” Williams M.S., CCC-SLP – Compassion Fatigue & Burnout: Signs, Symptoms, and Solutions
54:04
Jul 05, 2019
094 – Nicole Rogus-Pulia PhD, CCC-SLP – Alzheimer’s Dementia and the Oral Microbiome
57:58
Jun 26, 2019
093 – Edgar Vincent Clark M. Ed. CCC-SLP – Baby, Don’t Fear the Payor: PDPM Starts in October
50:36
Jun 18, 2019
092 – Erica McLean M.S., CCC-SLP – R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Find Out What It Means to SLP
59:03
Jun 13, 2019
091 – Karen Wheeler Hegland PhD CCC-SLP – Ahem, You’re Overlooking Cough
48:58
Jun 05, 2019
090 – Michael Crary, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, F-ASHA – McNeill Dysphagia Therapy Program
1:00:03
May 28, 2019
089 – Lori Burkhead Morgan, Ph.D., CCC-SLP – Feeling the Sparks: sEMG Biofeedback and How to Ask for It
45:39
May 22, 2019
088 – Kellie Green, MA, CCC-SLP – Transitioning to MedSLP the Right Way: A Testimonial
33:42
May 14, 2019
087 – Emily Tricarico, M.A., CCC-SLP – Risky Business—Tube Feeding in Advanced Dementia
36:38
May 07, 2019
086 – Emily Tricarico MA, CCC-SLP – Advocacy: A Segue to Interprofessional Education
30:03
Apr 30, 2019
085 – Luis F. Riquelme, CCC-SLP – Representation Matters (And You Get It By Voting)
52:22
Apr 23, 2019
084 – Craig Coleman CCC-SLP – Advocacy and ASHA Elections
46:21
Apr 15, 2019
083 – Jennifer Kizner M.Ed CCC/SLP, BCS-S – Let’s FEES It Up! How to Start an Endoscopy Program – Part 2
45:58
Apr 09, 2019
082 – Jennifer Kizner M.Ed CCC/SLP, BCS-S – Let’s FEES It Up! How to Start an Endoscopy Program
39:46
Apr 02, 2019
081 – Christina H. Kang, M.M., M.S., CCC-SLP – Feeling the Pressure: Muscle Tension Dysphagia
44:00
Mar 26, 2019
080 – Taylor Evans M.Ed, CCC-SLP – Attention IRFlings: All About Inpatient Rehab – Part 2
34:16
Mar 19, 2019
079 – Taylor Evans M.Ed, CCC-SLP – Attention IRFlings: All About Inpatient Rehab
44:40
Mar 12, 2019
078 – Jessica Lasky, MS, CCC-SLP – Ethically Speaking: The Entanglement of Billing and Treatment Efficacy
50:09
Mar 05, 2019
077 – Jessica Lasky MS, CCC-SLP – You Had Me at Hello, or Why to Reach Out to Other SLPs to Advance Your Career
30:25
Feb 27, 2019
076 – Laurie Wennerholm MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Dysphagia without Aspiration: A Closer Look at Total Laryngectomy
48:00
Feb 22, 2019
075 – Kelsey Day M.S., CCC-SLP – Volunteer Yourself! (The Secret to Starting Treatment of ICU Vent Patients)
41:18
Feb 15, 2019
074 – Kelsey Day M.S., CCC-SLP – Wait and See Is Not the Way: Trach, Vent, & Swallow in the ICU
43:24
Feb 06, 2019
073 – John Holahan, MBA Founder of SimplyThick – Through Thick and Thin: Xantham Gum and IDDS Implementation
1:02:01
Jan 30, 2019
072 – Meredith Oakey Ashford, MA, CCC-SLP – Palliative Care: Discussions in Dysphagia at a Crossroads
38:55
Jan 23, 2019
071 – How to Finally Feel Fulfilled in Your Career as a Medical SLP
42:51
Jan 15, 2019
070 – Michelle Deghan, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S – How do you solve a problem like edema? All things ACDF
1:10:29
Jan 08, 2019
069 – Sonja Molfenter, Ph.D., CCC-SLP – On Pharyngometry and Presbyphagia, Big Pharynx, Weak Pharynx
41:26
Dec 20, 2018
068 – Martin B. Brodsky, Ph.D., ScM, CCC-SLP and Paula Leslie, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, FRCSLT – Part 2 of At the Table: Blogging away the Researcher-Clinician Divide
37:21
Dec 12, 2018
067 – Martin B. Brodsky, Ph.D., ScM, CCC-SLP and Paula Leslie, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, FRCSLT – At the Table: Blogging away the Researcher-Clinician Divide
39:36
Dec 07, 2018
066 – Megan Nosol – So You Want To Get Your PhD?
1:12:00
Nov 28, 2018
065 – Tiffani Wallace, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Swallowing in their Natural Habitat: Home Health Dysphagia Therapy
48:31
Nov 21, 2018
064 – Dr. Michelle Troche – Down with Dystussia! How Treatment of Cough Dysfunction Can Improve Dysphagia
35:53
Nov 13, 2018
063 – Dr. Michelle Troche – Hypotussic and Hurting: The Link Between Cough & Swallow
45:52
Nov 06, 2018
062 – Yvette McCoy MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Elderly but Effective: A Presbyphagia Primer
46:32
Oct 30, 2018
061 – Zachary Smith M.S., CCC-SLP – Call Me Maybe? Building Caseload in the Acute Care Setting
52:25
Oct 24, 2018
060 – Rick McAdoo M.S., CCC-SLP – Pain Isn’t Gain (But Movement Is): Research and Rationale Behind the Effective Swallowing Protocol
51:16
Oct 16, 2018
059 – Jessica Conn MS CCC-SLP – The Real World: Rural SLP Edition, or How to Survive as the Only SLP in Town
51:01
Oct 09, 2018
058 – Martin B. Brodsky, Ph.D., ScM, CCC-SLP – A Systematic Review on Laryngeal Injury – Does it Have Any Impact on Voice and Swallowing Disorders?
1:04:06
Oct 02, 2018
057 – Ed Bice M.Ed., CCC-SLP – What Does Neuroplasticity Have to do with Swallowing Therapy? Spoiler Alert: EVERYTHING!

1:01:39
Sep 27, 2018
056 – Jenny Reynolds M.S. CCC-SLP, CLC, CNT – Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing: Clinical Applications in the NICU setting
1:11:44
Sep 20, 2018
055 – Pam Smith Ph.D., CCC-SLP- Don’t let yourself become old school… what CAN we do without an instrumental and how do we document patient choice?
40:19
Sep 11, 2018
054 – Pam Smith Ph.D., CCC-SLP How Do We Meet Our Administrators, Colleagues, Supervisors, and Patients Half Way?
43:22
Sep 04, 2018
053 – Joan Kelly Arsenault, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Costs Associated With NOT Getting Swallow Studies: Re-admissions, Aspiration Pneumonia, Mis-diagnoses, and Thickener
57:32
Aug 22, 2018
052 – Pam Holland M.A., CCC-SLP – Swallowing and Supervision: Students and Supervisors learning together!
1:02:10
Aug 15, 2018
051 – Susan Butler, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Why Healthy, Normal Adults Aspirate and Why Your Patient Might Aspirate More Frequently on Milk and Not Water
49:00
Aug 07, 2018
50th episode AMA: Ask me Anything! With Gerrita Morris and Tiffani Wallace
1:02:53
Jul 31, 2018
049 – James Coyle PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, ASHA Fellow – Aspiration Pneumonia Does Not Always Mean Dysphagia, Poor Clinical Indicators, and the Use of High Flow Nasal Cannulas
50:14
Jul 24, 2018
048 – Pam Holland, MA CCC-SLP – Part 2 – Interprofessional Education and Practice in Dysphagia: The Graduate Student’s Perspective
50:33
Jul 05, 2018
047 – Pam Holland, MA CCC-SLP – Interprofessional Education and Practice in Dysphagia: The Graduate Student’s Perspective
50:48
Jun 28, 2018
046 – Martin B. Brodsky, Ph.D., ScM, CCC-SLP and Paula Leslie, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, FRCSLT … At The Table Of Instrumentals, Recommendations, and other Ethical Dilemmas
1:21:35
Jun 22, 2018
045 – Edgar Vincent Clark, M. Ed. CCC-SLP – Part 2: If a Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words, Then FEES Must Be Worth a Million
39:13
Jun 14, 2018
044 – Edgar Vincent Clark, M. Ed. CCC-SLP – When FEES Is Your Primary Tool: A Little History, Myth Busting, And How To Clean That Scope!
56:57
Jun 07, 2018
043 – Leslie R. Roerk, M.S., CCC-SLP, CDP, BCS-S – Part 2: Treatment Strategies for Patients with Dementia: Now that we’ve diagnosed dysphagia, how the heck do we go about treating it with this population?
36:02
May 29, 2018
042 – Leslie R. Roerk, M.S., CCC-SLP, CDP, BCS-S – How Do We Assess Dysphagia In Patients With Dementia? A Review Of The SLPs Role
59:50
May 23, 2018
041- Raquel Garcia, M.S.,CCC-SLP, BSC-S – Feeding Tips and Tricks for Infants with Cleft Palate & Craniofacial Anomalies
1:10:37
May 16, 2018
040 – Madison Macht, M.D – Why SLPs and MDs Should Be Like Peanut Butter and Jelly and the Fallacy That Feeding Tubes Prevent Aspiration
57:34
May 10, 2018
039 – Taylor Evans M.Ed, CCC-SLP – Intergenerational Intradisciplinary Dysphagia Education and History
1:13:50
May 03, 2018
038 – Matt Ward, M.S., CCC-SLP – Part 3 of a “Frank” Discussion: Why It Is So Crucial To Have A Solid Foundation In Dysphagia Prior To Completing Instrumental Assessments And Making Recommendations For Our Patients
41:56
Apr 24, 2018
037 – Matt Ward, M.S., CCC-SLP – The Importance Of A Protocol When Completing Instrumental Exams And How These Reports Can Follow Our Patients For Life!
39:51
Apr 17, 2018
036 – Matt Ward, M.S., CCC-SLP – Part 1 of a “Frank” Discussion: How Truly Prepared Are You To Perform Instrumental Assessments and Make Recommendations For Our Patients?
54:38
Apr 10, 2018
035 – Ramya Kumar M.S., CCC-SLP – How Do I Get To Work in the NICU? What Makes a Neonatal Therapist vs. a Peds Therapist? And the Importance of Making Long Term Changes at the Early Stage.
1:03:20
Apr 03, 2018
034 – Julie Huffman M.A., CCC-SLP – Part 2: Esophageal Dysphagia: How Much Do You Really Know?
54:56
Mar 27, 2018
033 – Julie Huffman M.A., CCC-SLP – Part 1: Esophageal Dysphagia: How Much Do You Really Know?
51:42
Mar 21, 2018
032 – Debra Suiter Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BCS-S, F-ASHA – The Yale Swallow Protocol: What Exactly Is It, How Do I Do It, The Impetus For Research Leading To Its Development, and Answers To Many Other FAQs!
55:57
Mar 13, 2018
031 – Karen Sheffler M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Setting the Record Straight On the WashPo Article on 2/25/18, Now How Do We Use This To Our Advantage? An SLP Action Plan to Encourage Education, Advocacy, and Transdisciplinary Care
1:07:46
Mar 07, 2018
030 – Carmin Bartow, M.S. CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Part 2 – How to Form a “Trach Team” in Your Hospital: Utilizing a Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach to Improve Outcomes in Both Speech AND Swallowing For Patients With Tracheostomies
39:05
Feb 26, 2018
029 – Carmin Bartow, M.S. CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Part 1 – How to Form a “Trach Team” in Your Hospital: Utilizing a Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach to Improve Outcomes in Both Speech AND Swallowing For Patients With Tracheostomies
46:59
Feb 20, 2018
028 – Tiffany Turner, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S – The Importance of Multi-Disciplinary Care with Other Professionals, Treating the Entire Person, and Why Are SLPs So Resistant to FEES?
50:32
Feb 15, 2018
027 – Caroline M. Brindo, MA/CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Are We Using the MBSS To It’s Fullest Potential? A Day In The Life Of A Mobile MBSSer.
1:15:21
Feb 08, 2018
026 – Diane Bahr, M.S., CCC-SLP, CIMI – PEDS! Lip Ties and Tongue Ties and Buccal Ties, Oh My! Typical Mouth and Airway Development in Utero to 7 Years
1:07:43
Jan 31, 2018
024 – Brenda Arend, MA, CCC-SLP – The Dueling Banjos of Dysphagia: Why Didn’t My Patient Get a Swallow Study at the Hospital and What Can Be Done About It?
58:36
Jan 17, 2018
023 – Eric Blicker CCC-SLP.D BCS-S – When A Cough Can Mean 1,000 Things: Discovering The Link Between COPD, Laryngopharyngeal Reflux Disease, And Dysphagia.
1:06:24
Jan 08, 2018
022 – Walt Fritz, PT – The Inter- and Intra-rater Reliability of Palpation, Myofascial Release, and Manual Therapy using a Patient Directed Approach.
47:11
Jan 02, 2018
021 – Martin B. Brodsky Ph.D., Sc.M., CCC-SLP, F-ASHA – Crash ‘n’ Burn: Ending The 24 Hour Wait Time For Post-Extubation Assessment
1:05:40
Dec 26, 2017
020 – Dan Weinstein, M.S. CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Case Presentation on Social Media, Decision Making, Documentation, and Making Appropriate Referrals
52:14
Dec 22, 2017
019 – Russ Campbell, PT, CEO of Ampcare – IIb or not IIb – The Role of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) Applied to Patients with Dysphagia
1:18:29
Dec 18, 2017
018 – Selena Reece, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Does Starting a FEES Program Sound Like Too Daunting Of a Task? Here Are All Things To Consider.
1:02:56
Dec 14, 2017
017 – Jamie D. Fisher PhD, CCC-SLP Part 2! Trach/Vent FAQs: Do Trachs Cause Dysphagia? Is The Blue Dye Test Accurate? Why FEES In This Population?
45:03
Dec 07, 2017
016 – Jamie D. Fisher, PhD, CCC-SLP Keeping it Real: Transitioning to being a Medical SLP the Right (Ethical) Way
43:44
Nov 28, 2017
015 – Rebecca Levy M.S. CCC-SLP Thickened Liquids: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
1:09:45
Nov 22, 2017
014 – Dysphagia Cafe meets The Swallow Your Pride Podcast Live from the ASHA Convention!
47:57
Nov 15, 2017
013 – Rebecca Levy M.S. CCC-SLP – Exercises, Exercises & More Exercises! Evidence-Based Treatment for Every Swallowing Impairment
58:39
Nov 08, 2017
012 – Dr. Jonathan Aviv: What SLPs Should Know about the Relationship Between Reflux and Dysphagia, the Safety of FEES, and the Acid Watcher Diet.
45:30
Nov 01, 2017
011 – Hillary Cooper, MA – CCC-SLP – Dysphagia Island Can Be a Lonely Place – Why It’s So Important to Build Bridges With Your Interdisciplinary Team to Overcome Barriers
58:15
Oct 24, 2017
010 – Catriona Steele Ph.D., CCC-SLP, F-ASHA – The International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative Framework, IDDSI Flow Test, & Skill-Based Training For Rehabilitating the Swallow.
1:08:01
Oct 18, 2017
009 – Edgar Vincent Clark, M. Ed. CCC-SLP – The Financials Involved in Managing Dysphagia, and How instrumental Assessments Can Not Only Be a Cost Savings, But Revenue Generating For Your Facility
1:04:02
Oct 12, 2017
008 – Megan Nosol, M.S., CCC-SLP – The ABCs of HNC – Important Considerations for your Patient with Head & Neck Cancer
1:11:05
Oct 04, 2017
007 – Yvette McCoy, M.S. CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Advocating for the Tools You Need to Do Your Job, The Predictors of Aspiration, and the Evidence-Based Triad
37:46
Sep 27, 2017
006 – Dan Weinstein, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Palliative Care in the Acute and SNF Settings, Feeding Tubes, Thickened Liquids, and Esophageal Dysphagia
53:54
Sep 21, 2017
005 – Matt Ward, M.S., CCC-SLP – How the Yale Swallow Protocol Can Simplify and Improve the Accuracy of your CSEs and Re-thinking Rehab
1:07:47
Sep 13, 2017
004 – Nannette Crawford M.A., CCC-SLP – Is this waiver worth the paper it’s written on? Ethical decision making, the importance of having a mentor, and to never stop learning.
51:06
Sep 07, 2017
003 – John Ashford, Ph.D. CCC-SLP – The 3 Pillars of Pneumonia and Why Oral Care Should Be Considered an Oral Infection Control Program Instead
50:44
Sep 01, 2017
002 – Tiffani Wallace, M.A. CCC-SLP, BCS-S, Dysphagia Ramblings, Cranial Nerves, and Making Your Patient Aspirate
41:59
Sep 01, 2017
001 – Ed Bice, M.Ed., CCC-SLP – Dispelling the Fatigue Myth and How We Should NOT Sit and Watch Our Patients Eat
1:02:07
Sep 01, 2017
Intro to the Swallow Your Pride Podcast – Theresa Richard, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCS-S
Sep 01, 2017
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Jul 11, 2017