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A score of 80% or better must be received on the post-test in order to
receive a certificate of completion.
Ianessa A. Humbert, PhD, CCC-SLP, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. She is an accomplished researcher, having studied the effects of electrical stimulation on hyo-laryngeal movement in healthy and dysphagic adults. Dr. Humbert's current research focuses on swallowing neurophysiology and on Alzheimer's disease.
Financial — Ianessa Humbert is author of online CE courses sponsored by Northern Speech Services; receives royalty payments.
Financial — Ianessa Humbert is presenter of CE seminars sponsored by Northern Speech Services; receives honorarium.
Financial — Ianessa Humbert is author of the text, "The Swallowing Pocket Guide" published by Northern Speech Services; receives royalty payments.
Financial — Ianessa Humbert is an inventor for Passy Muir, Inc; holds a patent on equipment.
Nonfinancial — Ianessa Humbert has no relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose.
Phoebe Macrae, PhD, is the Deputy Director of the newly formed Rose Centre for Stroke Recovery and Research, a subsidiary of the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. Her role at the Rose Centre is focused on multidisciplinary stroke research development. Her area of research is swallowing neurophysiology and dysphagia, with a focus on neural control mechanisms and motor learning in swallowing. Dr. Macrae completed her undergraduate degree in Speech and Language Pathology, and her PhD in dysphagia rehabilitation at the University of Canterbury. She then embarked on a two-year post-doctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins University, before returning to the University of Canterbury in 2014.
Financial — Phoebe Macrae is the author of online CEU courses sponsored by Northern Speech Services; receives royalty payments.
Nonfinancial — Phoebe Macrae has no relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose.
Catriona M. Steele, PhD, is a clinician scientist working in the area of swallowing and swallowing disorders. She has a background as a medical speech-language pathologist, and is Director of the Swallowing Rehabilitation Research Laboratory at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute - University Health Network. Dr. Steele is a Professor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Toronto, a past board member of the Dysphagia Research Society, a board-certified specialist in Swallowing, an ASHA Fellow and past Coordinator of ASHA's Special Interest Group 13 (Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders).
Financial — Catriona Steele is author of online CE courses sponsored by Northern Speech Services; receives royalty payments.
Financial — Catriona Steele is employed by Toronto Rehabilitation Institute - University Health Network; receives salary.
Financial — Catriona Steele’s research is supported in part by National Institutes of Deafness & Other Communication Disorders; receives grant funding.
Financial — Catriona Steele’s research is supported in part by Nestle Health Science; receives grant funding.
Financial — Catriona Steele’s research is supported in part by Bracco Canada; receives grant funding.
Nonfinancial — Catriona Steele has no relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose.
This program is offered for 0.25 CEUs (Advanced level; Professional area).
Offered for 2.5 CEEs. Northern Speech Services’ continuing education activities are eligible for Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) Continuing Education Equivalents (CEEs) in speech-language pathology. An activity’s eligibility for CEEs does not imply SAC’s endorsement of its content or any associated products or procedures.
Content Disclosure: The content of this online CE course does not focus exclusively on any specific proprietary product or service. Presenter financial and non-financial disclosures may be found by clicking on the Presenter & Disclosures tab.
ASHA CEUs: NSS online courses are registered with ASHA and are offered for ASHA CEUs. The number of CEUs is noted above. Note that 0.1 CEU = 1 contact hour = equals 1 CEE.
Licensing Boards: Most state licensing boards DO accept CEUs earned online (usually classified as home-study credits). Some state boards do, however, place a limit to the number of credits that can be earned via home study/online courses. For the most current information, we suggest that you contact your licensing board or agency to verify acceptance policies and/or any credit limits related to home-study courses prior to registering for this course.
ASHA CE Registry: During the enrollment process, if you select to receive ASHA credit for this course and if you provide your ASHA number, NSS will automatically submit your CEU information to the ASHA CE Registry after successful course completion (80% on post test). This submission happens once per month, during the first week of the month. For example, if you complete your course on November 7th, NSS will submit all November online course CEUs to ASHA during the first week of December. When ASHA inputs the information into their database, they will mark the course as completed on the last day of the month in which it was completed, so November 30th using this example. The certificate of completion available for you to print immediately, however, will reflect the actual completion date, November 7th in this example. Due to ASHA processing procedures please allow 2-3 weeks, from the submission date, for the course to appear on your ASHA transcript.
ASHA CEUS: Attendees must meet at least one of the following conditions in order to be eligible to earn ASHA CEUs:
If an attendee is not an ASHA member or CCC holder but meets any of the above criteria, they may inform the ASHA CE Registry of their eligibility by visiting this site.
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"The research studies of documented changes before and after implementation of techniques was incredible beneficial." - D.A., 8/29/2016
"I enjoyed the evidence for the rehabilitation exercises. I liked the mix of literature review and practical case examples." - N.A., 8/18/2016
"Informative course - I liked going over how each technique specifically works to target specific areas and deficits." - B.G., 6/30/2016
"It was all very helpful. I liked the moving videos and nice graphics." - L.R., 6/29/2016
"It was great & very thorough! All topics discussed were extremely helpful. Specifically, the review of anatomy and current research on all techniques/rehabilitation approaches. The case studies I did not find as new or eye opening, however good to see real life review after the presentation of the literature." - C.D., 6/29/2016
"The actual strategies and use of MBS clips were very useful." - S.C., 6/24/2016
"Rich in information, excellent research support, and good examples of MBS and diagrams. The pre- and post-treatment comparisons of dysphagia exercises with MBS visuals was most beneficial." - T.G., 6/14/2016
"I appreciated updating my knowledge so I offer more customized therapy." - D.S., 5/18/2016
"Very detailed and practical." - K.C., 5/16/2016
"I enjoyed the anatomy, physiology, and overview of the exercises. The course had clear graphics and good pace." - M.R., 4/28/2016
"I liked seeing the case studies after each discussion of research results and discussion of the choice of treatment and outcomes. The application of research results to actual cases was great." - T.O.P., 4/24/2016
"The review of literature on effectiveness of swallowing techniques / exercises was really helpful. I liked the course images and organization." - V.G., 4/7/2016
"The discussion of effectiveness of swallow maneuvers was most beneficial. I liked the practical application of information." - M.M., 3/6/2016
"I liked the variation and realization that swallowing is still a fairly "new" topic and far more research is needed (and cumulative research)." - L.G., 2/26/2016
"I found the treatment options and outcomes most helpful." - J.S.B., 2/16/2016
"I appreciated the discussion on the difference in Chin tuck, Shakers, and Mendelsohn Man. I liked that the course was not wordy and had a lot of relevant information." - C.W., 12/29/2015
"The rationale for treatment techniques was really beneficial." - K.B., 12/21/2015
"The explanations of the pharyngeal exercises were good for a newer rehabilitative therapist." - K.K., 12/17/2015
"I really liked the individual case studies." - K.M., 12/11/2015
"The discussion of the 4 swallowing interventions commonly used was most beneficial. I liked that MBSS shots were used and explained." - D.W., 12/9/2015
"I appreciated they comparing of FEES and MBS." - L.L., 12/8/2015
"The specific techniques to give more detail in positive affects of tx were really helpful." - J.M., 12/5/2015
"The application of techniques to real cases was very beneficial." - S.G., 12/4/2015
"The review of current evidence was very beneficial." - K.K., 6/21/2015
"I liked that it encourages critical thinking and not just "tells you what to do in therapy." I liked the relevance of the case studies included with the evidence base." - T.W., 6/20/2015
"The course provided background information that should have been a review; however, I believe it was very helpful and essential to the course. The course will be highly beneficial for clinicians hoping to learn more about current research in the area of dysphagia." - M.M., 4/11/2015
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