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Board game aims to improve knowledge on dysphagia

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simon watts | 22-Mar-2014 8:57 am why should you be so angry at other nurses expressing their views? This is what spreads so much ill-will and lack of support in what is reputed to be a 'caring' profession intended to include mental as well as physical health of those who care as well as those being cared for! As far as dysphagia goes, general nurses and others looking after patients who suffer from dysphagia require adequate training before they qualify and further training as required. members of the public involved in the care of or responsible for feeding individuals with swallowing difficulties should receive adequate information and training. adults do not normally require or even want board games to assist in their learning and as you can already see from some of the comments will most probably meet with resistance.

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22 March, 2014

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9:57 am

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