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Board game aims to improve knowledge on dysphagia


Sally Carson how can it be an insult to nurses? Not all nurses have a clear understanding of dysphagia and it makes me so angry that other professionals feel the need to air they are insulted? And health care professional should be 100% be happy that information will be there for everyone. I am a nurse and although I had a basic knowledge all my help came direct from SALT.not many nurses understand issues. I once took a post in a reputable home and 7 people where on thick n easy purely because the nurse asked the gp? No one had understood sometimes a swallowing deficit does not automatically mead thicken it? I for one certainly welcome a tool for all health care professionals and off course the public who have no idea how to identify swallowing complications.

Posted date

22 March, 2014

Posted time

8:57 am