TitleDate
060 – Rick McAdoo M.S., CCC-SLP – Pain Isn’t Gain (But Movement Is): Research and Rationale Behind the Effective Swallowing ProtocolOct 16, 2018 Listen
059 – Jessica Conn MS CCC-SLP – The Real World: Rural SLP Edition, or How to Survive as the Only SLP in TownOct 09, 2018 Listen
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?Oct 02, 2018 Listen
057 – Ed Bice M.Ed., CCC-SLP – What Does Neuroplasticity Have to do with Swallowing Therapy? Spoiler Alert: EVERYTHING!
Sep 27, 2018 Listen
056 – Jenny Reynolds M.S. CCC-SLP, CLC, CNT – Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing: Clinical Applications in the NICU settingSep 20, 2018 Listen
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?Sep 11, 2018 Listen
054 – Pam Smith Ph.D., CCC-SLP How Do We Meet Our Administrators, Colleagues, Supervisors, and Patients Half Way?Sep 04, 2018 Listen
053 – Joan Kelly Arsenault, MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Costs Associated With NOT Getting Swallow Studies: Re-admissions, Aspiration Pneumonia, Mis-diagnoses, and ThickenerAug 22, 2018 Listen
052 – Pam Holland M.A., CCC-SLP – Swallowing and Supervision: Students and Supervisors learning together!Aug 15, 2018 Listen
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 WaterAug 07, 2018 Listen
50th episode AMA: Ask me Anything! With Gerrita Morris and Tiffani WallaceJul 31, 2018 Listen
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 CannulasJul 24, 2018 Listen
048 – Pam Holland, MA CCC-SLP – Part 2 – Interprofessional Education and Practice in Dysphagia: The Graduate Student’s PerspectiveJul 05, 2018 Listen
047 – Pam Holland, MA CCC-SLP – Interprofessional Education and Practice in Dysphagia: The Graduate Student’s PerspectiveJun 28, 2018 Listen
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 DilemmasJun 22, 2018 Listen
045 – Edgar Vincent Clark, M. Ed. CCC-SLP – Part 2: If a Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words, Then FEES Must Be Worth a MillionJun 14, 2018 Listen
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!Jun 07, 2018 Listen
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?May 29, 2018 Listen
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 RoleMay 23, 2018 Listen
041- Raquel Garcia, M.S.,CCC-SLP, BSC-S – Feeding Tips and Tricks for Infants with Cleft Palate & Craniofacial AnomaliesMay 16, 2018 Listen
040 – Madison Macht, M.D – Why SLPs and MDs Should Be Like Peanut Butter and Jelly and the Fallacy That Feeding Tubes Prevent AspirationMay 10, 2018 Listen
039 – Taylor Evans M.Ed, CCC-SLP – Intergenerational Intradisciplinary Dysphagia Education and HistoryMay 03, 2018 Listen
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 PatientsApr 24, 2018 Listen
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!Apr 17, 2018 Listen
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?Apr 10, 2018 Listen
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.Apr 03, 2018 Listen
034 – Julie Huffman M.A., CCC-SLP – Part 2: Esophageal Dysphagia: How Much Do You Really Know?Mar 27, 2018 Listen
033 – Julie Huffman M.A., CCC-SLP – Part 1: Esophageal Dysphagia: How Much Do You Really Know?Mar 21, 2018 Listen
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!Mar 13, 2018 Listen
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 CareMar 07, 2018 Listen
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 TracheostomiesFeb 26, 2018 Listen
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 TracheostomiesFeb 20, 2018 Listen
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?Feb 15, 2018 Listen
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.Feb 08, 2018 Listen
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 YearsJan 31, 2018 Listen
025 – The Medical SLP Solution – The Who, What, Where, When, Why, and HowJan 25, 2018 Listen
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?Jan 17, 2018 Listen
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.Jan 08, 2018 Listen
022 – Walt Fritz, PT – The Inter- and Intra-rater Reliability of Palpation, Myofascial Release, and Manual Therapy using a Patient Directed Approach.Jan 02, 2018 Listen
021 – Martin B. Brodsky Ph.D., Sc.M., CCC-SLP, F-ASHA – Crash ‘n’ Burn: Ending The 24 Hour Wait Time For Post-Extubation AssessmentDec 26, 2017 Listen
020 – Dan Weinstein, M.S. CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Case Presentation on Social Media, Decision Making, Documentation, and Making Appropriate ReferralsDec 22, 2017 Listen
019 – Russ Campbell, PT, CEO of Ampcare – IIb or not IIb – The Role of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) Applied to Patients with DysphagiaDec 18, 2017 Listen
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.Dec 14, 2017 Listen
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?Dec 07, 2017 Listen
016 – Jamie D. Fisher, PhD, CCC-SLP Keeping it Real: Transitioning to being a Medical SLP the Right (Ethical) WayNov 28, 2017 Listen
015 – Rebecca Levy M.S. CCC-SLP Thickened Liquids: The Good, The Bad, and The UglyNov 22, 2017 Listen
014 – Dysphagia Cafe meets The Swallow Your Pride Podcast Live from the ASHA Convention!Nov 15, 2017 Listen
013 – Rebecca Levy M.S. CCC-SLP – Exercises, Exercises & More Exercises! Evidence-Based Treatment for Every Swallowing ImpairmentNov 08, 2017 Listen
012 – Dr. Jonathan Aviv: What SLPs Should Know about the Relationship Between Reflux and Dysphagia, the Safety of FEES, and the Acid Watcher Diet.Nov 01, 2017 Listen
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 BarriersOct 24, 2017 Listen
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.Oct 18, 2017 Listen
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 FacilityOct 12, 2017 Listen
008 – Megan Nosol, M.S., CCC-SLP – The ABCs of HNC – Important Considerations for your Patient with Head & Neck CancerOct 04, 2017 Listen
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 TriadSep 27, 2017 Listen
006 – Dan Weinstein, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S – Palliative Care in the Acute and SNF Settings, Feeding Tubes, Thickened Liquids, and Esophageal DysphagiaSep 21, 2017 Listen
005 – Matt Ward, M.S., CCC-SLP – How the Yale Swallow Protocol Can Simplify and Improve the Accuracy of your CSEs and Re-thinking RehabSep 13, 2017 Listen
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.Sep 07, 2017 Listen
003 – John Ashford, Ph.D. CCC-SLP – The 3 Pillars of Pneumonia and Why Oral Care Should Be Considered an Oral Infection Control Program InsteadSep 01, 2017 Listen
002 – Tiffani Wallace, M.A. CCC-SLP, BCS-S, Dysphagia Ramblings, Cranial Nerves, and Making Your Patient AspirateSep 01, 2017 Listen
001 – Ed Bice, M.Ed., CCC-SLP – Dispelling the Fatigue Myth and How We Should NOT Sit and Watch Our Patients EatSep 01, 2017 Listen
Intro to the Swallow Your Pride Podcast – Theresa Richard, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCS-SSep 01, 2017 Listen
Swallow Your Pride PromoJul 11, 2017 Listen