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Note: The research/survey requests listed on the OSHA website are not endorsed, affiliated with, or vetted by OSHA. They are provided for the reader to investigate and participate in at their will. To submit a request to post your research read this instruction letter, email the required information to oshaoregon@gmail.com and an OSHA representative will let you know if additional information is needed. 

How do we prepare SLPs to assess and treat pediatric dysphagia?

 The purpose of this study is to understand how speech-language pathologists acquire requisite knowledge and skills to assess and treat pediatric dysphagia, to identify requisite knowledge and skills that speech-language pathologists develop within graduate speech-language pathology programs, to identify requisite knowledge and skills that speech-language pathologists do not develop within graduate speech-language pathology programs, and to identify ways in which graduate speech-language pathology programs can better prepare speech-language pathologists to assess and treat pediatric dysphagia. Access the survey here.

 



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