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Exploring terminology currently used by SLTs for people eating and drinking... More ›
Exploring terminology currently used by SLTs for people eating and drinking at risk of choking, aspiration, and related chest infections. Less ›
Feeding at risk
Risk feeding
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Eating and drinking at risk
Eating and drinking at accepted risk
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Sussex Dysphagia Network

Welcome to the Sussex Dysphagia Network! The idea of this network is to share ideas, resources, learning, service developments, updates from working groups, and interesting articles / blogs / other media on the topic of dysphagia. This network is NOT for the sharing of specific patient information or for specific clinical questions more suited to supervision.
Welcome to the Sussex Dysphagia Network! The idea of this network is to share ideas, resources, learning, service developments, updates from working groups, and interesting articles / blogs / other media on the topic of dysphagia. This network is NOT for the sharing of specific patient information or for specific clinical questions more suited to supervision. (less...)

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Patient experience in adult NHS services
NICE has updated its standard for improving the quality of the patient experience for people who use adult NHS services.
10:22 - Mon 12 Aug 2019
Article - Oral nutritional supplements
Good summary of ONS from Network Health Digest which is primarily aimed at Dietitians.
16:46 - Wed 10 Jul 2019
‘What Matters to You’ day is on 6 June
‘What matters to you?’ day aims to encourage and support more meaningful conversations between people who provide health and social care and the people, families and carers who receive health...
09:45 - Wed 29 May 2019
IDDSI Webinar: Studying the dynamic sensations of eating
A one hour webinar offered on 2 dates in June
11:14 - Thu 23 May 2019
Narrative review: Use of modified diets to prevent aspiration in oropharyngeal dysphagia: is current practice justified?
A very thought-provoking article about current practice in dysphagia management.
15:50 - Thu 02 May 2019
RCSLT webinar: Easy EBP – Resources to support you
An overview of the evidence-based practice model and why it is important to you as an SLT
10:42 - Thu 02 May 2019
Respiratory disease – new learning hub
A new online hub promises to bring together resources about respiratory disease, which affects one in five people and is the third biggest cause of death in England.
09:56 - Mon 29 Apr 2019
It's not too late to comment on the interprofessional dysphagia framework (IDF)!
Deadline for the consultation has been extended to Sunday 26 May.
16:44 - Thu 25 Apr 2019
NICE guideline: Transcutaneous neuromuscular electrical stimulation for oropharyngeal dysphagia in adults
Evidence-based recommendations on transcutaneous neuromuscular electrical stimulation for oropharyngeal dysphagia in adults.
11:48 - Tue 23 Apr 2019
IDDSI testing with first line supplements in the community
We tested Foodlink Complete and AYMES smoothies using Resource ThickenUp Clear
10:24 - Tue 23 Apr 2019