Health Care Connect - Dysphagia

Contemporary Debates in Adult Dysphagia (HC22)

Sunday, July 22
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Location: Room 318-320
CE: 0.1 ASHA CEUs/1.0 PDHs

This session is eligible for Pennsylvania Act 48 professional education hours.

This session will feature an active discussion surrounding current challenges that clinicians treating adult patients with dysphagia face. Take this short survey now to influence the issues discussed. Participants can also pose additional questions during the session. The presenter will use research to inform the discussion, focusing on evidence-based practice approaches to addressing each issue.

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Martin B. Brodsky, PhD, ScM, CCC-SLP

Associate Professor
Johns Hopkins University

Martin B. Brodsky, PhD, ScM, CCC-SLP, is an associate professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins University. His peer-reviewed research publications, book chapters, and invited presentations focus on swallowing and swallowing disorders. Brodsky’s clinical research, funded by the National Institutes of Health, studies the effects of critical illness and critical care medicine on swallowing and the airway and their long-term outcomes. His clinical practice specializes in adult swallowing and communication disorders. Brodsky is an ASHA Fellow, a member of the ASHA Advisory Council for Speech-Language Pathology, and a member of the editorial board for Dysphagia. He is a frequent reviewer for scientific journals and a member of the Dysphagia Research Society and the American Psychological Association.

Financial Disclosures: Employee of Johns Hopkins University; grant funding from NIH/NIDCD; royalties from MedBridge Inc.; financial compensation from ASHA for these presentations

Nonfinancial Disclosures: Member of ASHA's Speech-Language Pathology Advisory Council

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