DGR CEU BUNDLE 2017

DGR CEU BUNDLE 2017

$175.00

Total Duration: 04:33:12

Videos: 4

The 2017 DGR CEU Bundle is for clinicians who have subscribed to Dysphagia Grand Rounds webinars to earn ASHA CEUs.

Dysphagia Grand Rounds is partnering with an ASHA-approved CEU provider to make 1.0 CEUs (10 hours of continuing education) available to clinicians in 2017. All 10 DGR webinars (January – October 2017) will be available here as they are released, for an annual CEU bundle price of $175 ($150 for 10 webinars and a $25 administrative fee for ASHA CEU submission). Once purchased, clinicians will have unlimited access to watch the recorded webinars online at their own pace anytime. Learning assessment and CEU forms must be submitted just once at the end of the year to earn 1.0 ASHA CEUs. In each webinar, Dr. Ianessa Humbert will discuss the month's research study in detail, train clinicians to learn how to critically appraise dysphagia research literature and discuss the clinical implications of the study with clinician Rinki Varindani Desai at the end, to help clinicians integrate research with their clinical practice.

Here is a list of the 10 Dysphagia Grand Rounds webinar release dates and journal article titles for 2017:

  • DGR 1: January 31, 2017 | Oropharyngeal Swallow in Younger and Older Women - Videofluoroscopic Analysis
  • DGR 2: February 28, 2017 | Oral Perception of Liquid Volume Changes with Age
  • DGR 3: March 31, 2017 | Effects of Surface Electrical Stimulation Both at Rest and During Swallowing in Chronic Pharyngeal Dysphagia
  • DGR 4: April 30, 2017 | Aspiration and Swallowing in Parkinson Disease and Rehabilitation with EMST
  • DGR 5: May 31, 2017 | Randomized Trial Comparing Two Tongue-Pressure Resistance Training Protocols for Post-Stroke Dysphagia
  • DGR 6: June 30, 2017 | Effects of Oral Intake of Water in Patients with Oropharyngeal Dysphagia
  • DGR 7: July 31, 2017 | Omission of Dysphagia Therapies in Hospital Discharge Communications
  • DGR 8: August 31, 2017 | Preliminary Investigation of the Effect of Pulse Rate on Judgments of Swallowing Impairment and Treatment Recommendations
  • DGR 9: September 30, 2017 | Respiratory-Swallow Training in Patients with Head and Neck Cancer
  • DGR 10: October 31, 2017 | Preterm Infant Swallowing of Thin and Nectar-Thick Liquids - Changes in Lingual–Palatal Coordination and Relation to Bolus Transit

Includes
26:58
Intro to Dysphagia Grand Rounds and Research Methods 101
In this free webinar, Dr. Ianessa Humbert provides an introduction to Dysphagia Grand Rounds and an overview of basic research methods for dysphagia clinicians.
01:23:21
DGR 1: Oropharyngeal Swallow in Younger and Older Women: Videofluoroscopic Analysis | January 2017
In this webinar, swallowing researcher and dysphagia expert Dr. Ianessa Humbert discusses the DGR 1 research article in detail; helping clinicians learn how to appraise this paper critically. She concludes by answering questions posed by dysphagia clinician Rinki Varindani Desai, discussing the clinical relevance of this study and its applications.
01:08:45
DGR 2: Oral Perception of Liquid Volume Changes with Age | February 2017
In this webinar, Dr. Ianessa Humbert discusses the DGR 2 research article 'Oral Perception of Liquid Volume Changes with Age' in detail; teaching clinicians how to appraise this research paper critically. What is the role of sensory perception and bolus volume modification in swallowing? Does sensory testing have a place in dysphagia therapy? She concludes by answering some of these questions posed by dysphagia clinician Rinki Varindani Desai, discussing the clinical relevance of this study and its applications.
01:34:08
DGR 3: Effects of E-stim at Rest & During Swallowing in Chronic Pharyngeal Dysphagia | March 2017
In this webinar, Dr. Ianessa Humbert discusses the DGR 3 research article 'Effects of Surface Electrical Stimulation Both at Rest and During Swallowing in Chronic Pharyngeal Dysphagia' in detail; teaching clinicians how to appraise this research paper critically. What are the physiological effects of surface e-stim on the hyoid and the larynx? Does sensory stimulation have an effect on swallow function in patients with dysphagia? She concludes by answering some of these questions posed by dysphagia clinician Rinki Varindani Desai, discussing the clinical relevance of this study and its applications.