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  1. Core Reading for S2171 4 items
    These are the core texts for this module
    1. Dysphagia: clinical management in adults and children - Michael E. Groher, Michael A. Crary 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    2. Evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders - Jeri A. Logemann 1998

      Book 

    3. Dysphagia: foundation, theory, and practice - Julie A. Y. Cichero, B. E. Murdoch 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    4. Pre-feeding skills: a comprehensive resource for mealtime development - Suzanne Evans Morris, Marsha Dunn Klein 2000

      Book 

  2. Lecture 1: Normal Eating, Drinking and Swallowing 2 items
    Learning Outcomes: (1) Identify the main anatomical structures involved and their roles in normal eating, drinking and swallowing, and (2) identify the different stages of swallowing by describing the events at each stage
    1. Applied anatomy & physiology for speech-language pathology & audiology - Donald R. Fuller, Jane T. Pimentel, Barbara M. Peregoy, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2012

      Book Background Read Chapter 8 before the lecture to re-familiarize yourself with the laryngeal structures

    2. Dysphagia: clinical management in adults and children - Michael E. Groher, Michael A. Crary 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Chapter 2 is the essential reading for this class.

  3. Lecture 2: Normal Life Changes in EDS, & Anatomical and Physiological Basis of Dysphagia 5 items
    At the end of this class, the student should be able to: (1) describe the development of normal EDS, (2) identify age-related changes to EDS functions, & (3) show awareness of how dysphagia might result from changes in anatomical and/or physiological functions of the vocal tract.
    1. Pre-feeding skills: a comprehensive resource for mealtime development - Suzanne Evans Morris, Marsha Dunn Klein 2000

      Book Essential Chapter 5

    2. Normal development of feeding skills - Morris, S.E. and Klein, M. D.

      Chapter Essential Module: S2171 (Scanned Extract) Chapter 4 of Logemann's Evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders

    3. Development of swallowing and feeding: prenatal through first year of life - Delaney, A. L. and ARVEDSON, J. C. 2008

      Article Recommended Module: S2171 (Scanned Extract)

    4. Pediatric swallowing and feeding: assessment and management - Joan C. Arvedson, Linda Brodsky 2002

      Book Recommended Chapter 2

  4. Lecture 3: Developmental Dysphagia 4 items
    At the end of this class, the student should be able to: (1) demonstrate an understanding of aetiology relating to developmental dysphagia, (2) identify the presenting features of developmental dysphagia, (3)understand the impact of dysphagia on the general development of the child, and (4) understand of the role of SLT and other professionals in the management of developmental dysphagia
    1. Pre-feeding skills: a comprehensive resource for mealtime development - Suzanne Evans Morris, Marsha Dunn Klein 2000

      Book Essential Chapter 6 & 7

    2. Pediatric swallowing and feeding: assessment and management - Joan C. Arvedson, Linda Brodsky 2002

      Book Essential p. 527 to 605

    3. Children with cerebral palsy: a manual for therapists, parents and community workers - Archie Hinchcliffe, Barbara Lynne Price, Clare Rogers 2007

      Book Recommended p. 159 to 181

  5. Lecture 4: Acquired Dysphagia 6 items
    At the end of this class, the student should be able to: • Demonstrate an understanding of aetiology relating to acquired dysphagia and the presenting features • Understand the impact of dysphagia on an individual (including psychological and social aspects) • Understand of the role of SLT and other professionals in the management of acquired dysphagia
    1. Dysphagia: foundation, theory, and practice - Julie A. Y. Cichero, B. E. Murdoch 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Chapter 9

    2. Evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders - Jeri A. Logemann 1998

      Book Essential Chapter 7 to 10

    3. Communication and swallowing in Parkinson disease - Deborah G. Theodoros, Lorraine O. Ramig c2011

      Book Recommended

    4. Communication and swallowing management of tracheostomized and ventilator dependent adults - Karen J. Dikeman, Marta S. Kazandjian 2003

      Book Recommended

    5. Dysphagia following stroke - Stephanie K. Daniels, Maggie Lee Huckabee 2014

      Book Recommended

  6. Lecture 5: Clinical Bedside Assessment 2 items
    At the end of this class, the student should be able to: • Identify the different components of a clinical bedside assessment and understand the rationales for it. • Have a basic idea of how to carry out a clinical bedside assessment and be able to make adjustment in different clinical situation • Interpret the assessment results and make hypotheses about the client’s swallowing difficulties
    1. Dysphagia: foundation, theory, and practice - Julie A. Y. Cichero, B. E. Murdoch 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Chapter 7

    2. Evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders - Jeri A. Logemann 1998

      Book Essential Chapter 5

  7. Lecture 6: Instrumental Assessment 2 items
    At the end of this class, the student should be able to: • Describe the assessment principles and setups for VFS and FEES • Identify the suitability of these instrumental assessments for different types of swallowing problems • Show some basic understanding to the use of CA, ultrasound and EMG in swallowing assessment
    1. Evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders - Jeri A. Logemann 1998

      Book Essential Chapter 3

    2. Dysphagia: foundation, theory, and practice - Julie A. Y. Cichero, B. E. Murdoch 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Chapter 7 & 8 (Please only read the relevant sections)

  8. Lecture 7: Dysphagia Management 1 6 items
    At the end of this class, the student should be able to: • Describe the method and the main principles of non-oral feeding • Describe the different types of diet modification and the impact of that on the swallowing physiology • Describe the different posture modification and understand the impact of that on the swallowing physiology
    1. Evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders - Jeri A. Logemann 1998

      Book Essential Chapter6

    2. Dysphagia: foundation, theory, and practice - Julie A. Y. Cichero, B. E. Murdoch 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Chapter 3

    3. Dysphagia: clinical management in adults and children - Michael E. Groher, Michael A. Crary 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Chapter 10

    4. Dysphagia (NHS NES Resource)

      Article Recommended NHS (Education for Scotland) Dysphagia Resources

  9. Lecture 8: Dysphagia Management 2 3 items
    At the end of this class, the student should be able to: • Describe four main types of swallowing manoeuvers and understand the principles. • Describe the main direct and indirect therapy to swallowing • Describe different types of environmental modification suitable for dysphagic individuals
    1. Evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders - Jeri A. Logemann 1998

      Book Essential Chapter 6

    2. Pediatric swallowing and feeding: assessment and management - Joan C. Arvedson, Linda Brodsky 2002

      Book Recommended Chapter 7 & 9

    3. Dysphagia: foundation, theory, and practice - Julie A. Y. Cichero, B. E. Murdoch 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Chapter 12

  10. Disorders of deglutition - Logemann, J. A.

    Chapter  Module: S2171 (Scanned Extract)

  11. Indications for tube feedings in elderly patients - Ciocon, J. O. 1990

    Article  Module: S2171 (Scanned Extract)