Learning about the Dynamic Swallowing Process Using an Interactive Multimedia Program

@article{Scholten2000LearningAT,
  title={Learning about the Dynamic Swallowing Process Using an Interactive Multimedia Program},
  author={Ingrid Maria Scholten and Alison Russell},
  journal={Dysphagia},
  year={2000},
  volume={15},
  pages={10-16}
}
The management of dysphagia is the largest recognized subspecialty in the field of speech-language pathology. Practicing speech-language pathologists require a comprehensive theoretical and functional knowledge base to underpin the safe and effective management of people with dysphagia. Students need to develop an understanding of the normal integrated swallow and how it can be affected to appreciate the assessment or treatment of dysphagia. Although students are well motivated to learn this… CONTINUE READING

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