Connie Snyder

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Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) provide intervention for communication challenges and swallowing disorders (dysphagia) that are common in cases of severe burns because of ventilator use, prolonged or multiple intubations, and tracheostomy tubes. To identify current inclusion of SLP services in burn care management, a survey was sent to 139 burn units(More)
introduction The Social Concerns Seminars represent one of the oldest traditions and yet one of the most dynamic programs of the Center for Social Concerns. Building on the model of the Urban Plunge (see Research Report 6) that flourished in the 1970s, students and staff—inspired by the Catholic social tradition—began in 1980 to serve in rural Appalachian(More)