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Dysphagia Management: Ethics and Evidence (On Demand Webinar) (WEB19218)

Presenter(s): Paula Leslie, PhD, FRCSLT, CCC-SLP
Course Description


This webinar addresses the roles and responsibilities of the SLP – especially when it comes to ethical considerations – in interprofessional management of swallowing and feeding difficulties. The SLP is one cog in a complex machine of stakeholders (including patients, their families, and other professionals) and can be the linchpin in ensuring optimal care.

Learning Objectives
You will be able to:

  • explain two frameworks that support ethical practice in dysphagia management
  • account for patient/family and SLP perspectives for management of feeding/swallowing difficulties
  • summarize the priorities of at least one other professional with whom you work, regarding feeding/eating difficulties of your shared patient

Contents

Introduction/Overview – 10 min.
Models of Working With Patients – 7 min.
Medical Ethical Principles – 9 min.
Informed Consent – 14 min.
Perspectives on Feeding – 50 min.
Questions and Answers – 28 min.

What is a webinar?

Webinars are slide-based presentation and question-and-answer sessions that you can watch live at a pre-scheduled date and time or on-demand at your leisure after the live event occurs.

Learning assessment

Self-assessment

Ethics: Professional Development Requirement

This course is registered under the Ethics and Ethical Decision-Making subject code and will fulfill the 1-hour Ethics professional development requirement for ASHA’s certification maintenance, which is in effect beginning with certificate holders in the 2020-2022 certification maintenance interval.

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COURSE DETAILS
Item #(s): WEB19218
Available Through: March 15, 2024