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Board game aims to improve knowledge on dysphagia

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desertdeserter | 21-Mar-2014 10:44 am good grief, I have been qualified twice as long as you have since it seems to be something here to boast about. I have extensive experience of stroke patients and am still learning as each patient and their families are different and knowledge and its practical application changes and develops over time and I am fortunate enough to have worked in an excellent learning and teaching environment. However, it does not mean I want to play games or that i have lost my sense of humour, although I would not dream of using it at a patients expense although I might here as an outlet!

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21 March, 2014

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11:02 am

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