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Clinical Education in Speech-Language Pathology

Clinical Education in Speech-Language Pathology

  • Author: Lindy McAllister,Michelle Lincoln
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
  • Page: 192
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This text promotes the view that the clinical education process offers both clinical educators and students opportunities for personal and professional development. It guides the reader through the clinical education process, from pre-placement preparation to assessment of learning that supports and encourages personal and professional development. Included are resources for supporting the clinical education process, such as checklists, case studies and proformas, and vignettes illustrate the richness of students' and clinical educators' learning experiences.

The Clinical Education and Supervisory Process in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

The Clinical Education and Supervisory Process in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

  • Author: Elizabeth S. McCrea,Judith A. Brasseur
  • Publisher: Slack
  • ISBN: 9781630915292
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  • Page: 400
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As with the actual practices of speech-language pathologists and audiologists, clinical education and supervision practices work best when they are grounded not only in concept and theory but also in research. Designed to act as a complete guide to both the theory and the research, The Clinical Education and Supervisory Process in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology provides the most up-to-date information on these crucial topics. Following in the footsteps of their mentor, Jean Anderson, Drs. Elizabeth McCrea and Judith Brasseur have taken on the task of assembling important current research and best practices in clinical education and supervision into one comprehensive resource. With their prestigious team of contributing authors, this text represents the culmination of decades of study and real-world best practices. The Clinical Education and Supervisory Process in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology covers clinical education and supervision across five unique constituent groups: clinical educators of graduate students, preceptors of audiology externs, mentors of clinical fellows, supervisors of support personnel, and supervisors of professionals transitioning between work settings. It also includes the latest information on certification and accreditation requirements for preparation in supervision. Topics include Foundations: Anderson's Continuum of Supervision Components of the Process Expectations for Supervision Practical Research in Supervision Literature from other Disciplines Obtaining Feedback About the Supervisory Process The Ethics of Clinical Education and Supervision Supervisor Self-Study and Accountability Interprofessional Education and Practice in Clinical Education and Supervision Chapter appendices add numerous ancillary materials, allowing readers to easily adopt the most successful processes and strategies the research has revealed. Sample scripts of supervisory conferences, self-assessment tools, action plan tools, and analysis systems can all be found inside. The Clinical Education and Supervisory Process in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is intended as a primary resource for anyone in those professions in any setting who is engaged in the process of clinical education and supervision. With this text as their guide, clinical educators and supervisors will be able to ground their practices in the vast compiled research and study contained within.

Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Fifth Edition

Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Fifth Edition

  • Author: Melanie W. Hudson,Mark DeRuiter
  • Publisher: Plural Publishing
  • ISBN: 1635502675
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 550
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The fifth edition of Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is a singularly comprehensive resource for students in speech-language pathology and audiology as they prepare for their professional careers. It also serves as a timely source of information for both practitioners and faculty, serving as an updated “state of the professions” desk reference. The book is divided into four major sections: overview of the professions; employment issues; setting-specific issues; and working productively. The information presented in each section provides the reader with a better understanding and a new perspective on how professional issues have been affected by both internal and external influences in recent years including technological advances, demographic shifts, globalization, and economic factors. Chapter authors are recognized subject matter experts, providing a blend of both foundational and cutting-edge information in areas such as evidence-based practice, ethics, finding a job, interprofessional practice, service delivery in healthcare and education, technology, cultural competence, supervision, and leadership. Students reading this book will appreciate how the professions have evolved over time while acquiring a sense of where they are right now as they prepare to enter the professional world. Each of the topics covered in the book will continue to play important roles in the future of audiology and speech-language pathology, providing early career professionals with the requisite knowledge to achieve success in any setting. New to the Fifth Edition: * New coeditor Mark DeRuiter, PhD, MBA, CCC-A, CCC-SLP * 5 new chapters including Professional Accountability (Shelly Chabon and Becky Cornett); Safety in the Workplace (Donna Fisher-Smiley and Cynthia Richburg); Interprofessional Education and Interprofessional Practice (Alex Johnson); Counseling (Michael Flahive); and Advocacy (Tommie Robinson and Janet Deppe) * New authors Tricia Ashby, Bob Augustine, Stacy K. Betz, Janet Deppe, Cathy DeRuiter, Mark DeRuiter, Robin Edge, Susan Felsenfeld, Liza Finestack, Michael Flahive, Carolyn Higdon, Kelly M. Holland, Shirley Huang, Susan Ingram, Marie Ireland, Jeffrey Johnson, Pui Fong Kan, Lemmietta McNeilly, Lissa Power deFur, Gail Richard, Steve Ritch, Lisa Scott, and Tina Veale * Critical thinking questions at end of each chapter for classroom discussion and examination * Updated table of chapter content relevant to the Council for Clinical Certification standards for ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence * Updated acronyms glossary * Updated figures and tables * Updated and expanded references Disclaimer: Please note that ancillary content (such as documents, audio, and video, etc.) may not be included as published in the original print version of this book.

Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions

Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions

  • Author: Joy Higgs
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • ISBN: 0750688858
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 504
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Clinical reasoning is the foundation of professional clinical practice. Totally revised and updated, this book continues to provide the essential text on the theoretical basis of clinical reasoning in the health professions and examines strategies for assisting learners, scholars and clinicians develop their reasoning expertise. key chapters revised and updated nature of clinical reasoning sections have been expanded increase in emphasis on collaborative reasoning core model of clinical reasoning has been revised and updated

Clinical Care and Rehabilitation in Head and Neck Cancer

Clinical Care and Rehabilitation in Head and Neck Cancer

  • Author: Philip C. Doyle
  • Publisher: Springer
  • ISBN: 3030047024
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 513
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Malignancies involving structures of the head and neck frequently impact the most fundamental aspects of human existence, namely, those functions related to voice and speech production, eating, and swallowing. Abnormalities in voice production, and in some instances its complete loss, are common following treatment for laryngeal (voice box) cancer. Similarly, speech, eating, and swallowing may be dramatically disrupted in those where oral structures (e.g., the tongue, jaw, hard palate, pharynx, etc.) are surgically ablated to eliminate the cancer. Consequently, the range and degree of deficits that may be experienced secondary to the treatment of head and neck cancer (HNCa) are often substantial. This need is further reinforced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who have estimated that the number of individuals who will be newly diagnosed with HNCa will now double every 10 years. This estimate becomes even more critical given that an increasing number of those who are newly diagnosed will be younger and will experience the possibility of long-term survival post-treatment. Contemporary rehabilitation efforts for those treated for HNCa increasingly demand that clinicians actively consider and address multiple issues. Beyond the obvious concerns specific to any type of cancer (i.e., the desire for curative treatment), clinical efforts that address physical, psychological, communicative, and social consequences secondary to HNCa treatment are essential components of all effective rehabilitation programs. Comprehensive HNCa rehabilitation ultimately seeks to restore multiple areas of functioning in the context of the disabling effects of treatment. In this regard, rehabilitation often focuses on restoration of function while reducing the impact of residual treatment-related deficits on the individual’s overall functioning, well-being, quality of life (QOL), and ultimately, optimize survivorship. Regardless of the treatment method(s) pursued for HNCa (e.g., surgery, radiotherapy, chemoradiation, or combined methods), additional problems beyond those associated with voice, speech, eating and swallowing frequently exist. For example, post-treatment changes in areas such as breathing, maintaining nutrition, limitations in physical capacity because surgical reconstruction such as deficits in shoulder functioning, concerns specific to cosmetic alterations and associated disfigurement, and deficits in body image are common. Those treated for HNCa also may experience significant pain, depression, stigma and subsequent social isolation. Concerns of this type have led clinicians and researchers to describe HNCa as the most emotionally traumatic form of cancer. It is, therefore, essential that clinicians charged with the care and rehabilitation of those treated for HNCa actively seek to identify, acknowledge, and systematically address a range of physical, psychological, social, and communication problems. Efforts that systematically consider this range of post-treatment sequelae are seen as critical to any effort directed toward enhanced rehabilitation outcomes. Actively and purposefully addressing post-treatment challenges may increase the likelihood of both short- and long-term rehabilitation success in this challenging clinical population. Current information suggests that successful clinical outcomes for those with HNCa are more likely to be realized when highly structured, yet flexible interdisciplinary programs of care are pursued. Yet contemporary educational resources that focus not only on management of voice, speech, eating, and swallowing disorders, but also address issues such as shoulder dysfunction due to neck dissection, the significant potential for cosmetic alterations can offer a much broader perspective on rehabilitation. Contemporary surgical treatment frequently involves reconstruction with extensive procedures that require donor sites that include both soft tissue from a variety of locations (e.g., forearm, thigh, etc.), as well as bone (e.g., the scapula). Collectively, resources that address these issues and many other concerns and the resultant social implications of HNCa and its treatment can serve to establish a comprehensive framework for clinical care. Consequently, providing a highly specialized and comprehensive educational resource specific to HNCa rehabilitation is currently needed. The proposed edited book is designed to address this void in a single authoritative resource that is also accessible to the clinical readership. Integral to this proposed book is information that guides clinical approaches to HNCa rehabilitation, in addition to offering emphasis on the direct impact of changes in voice, speech, and swallowing and the impact of such losses on outcomes. Finally, while several other published sources currently exist (see attached list), the emphasis of these books is directed either toward the identification and diagnosis of malignant disease, clinical and surgical pathology, associated efforts directed toward biomedical aspects of cancer and its treatment, or those with a focus on a single clinical problem or approach to rehabilitation. Therefore, the content of the proposed multi-chapter text centers on delivering a systematically structured, comprehensive, and clinically-oriented presentation on a range of topics that will provide readers at a variety of levels with a strong, well-integrated, and empirically driven foundation to optimize the clinical care of those with HNCa. The primary audience for this textbook is undergraduate and graduate-level students in Speech-Language Pathology, as well as practitioners, especially hospital-based practitioners, in Speech-Language Pathology; other key audiences include junior and senior level otolaryngology residents and fellows, translational researchers in head and neck cancer, related medical specialists (e.g., radiation oncology), oncology nurses, and potentially other rehabilitation professionals such as occupational therapists, counseling psychologists, social workers, and rehabilitation counselors.

Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

  • Author: Rosemary Lubinski,Melanie Hudson
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • ISBN: 1111309108
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 672
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The 4th Edition of PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY AND AUDIOLOGY explores the most relevant and critical issues related to professional practice in the field of Communication Sciences and Disorders today. Written by a variety of highly regarded experts in the field, each chapter delves into a critical issue, such as research, education and health care policies, infection prevention, service delivery, multicultural populations, and more. Comprehensive in coverage, the topics provide an up to date view of the profession while preparing readers to earn their ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence. In-depth discussions also address professional pathways and organizations, employment issues, and ethical-legal considerations to get readers thinking about career advancement and success in any setting. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Medical Setting Considerations for the Speech-Language Pathologist

Medical Setting Considerations for the Speech-Language Pathologist

  • Author: Kristie A. Spencer,Jacqueline Daniels
  • Publisher: Plural Publishing
  • ISBN: 1635501040
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 154
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Medical Setting Considerations for the Speech-Language Pathologist is the first volume in the “Medical Speech-Language Pathology” book series. The series provides graduate students, clinicians, and clinical researchers with functional, comprehensive material to enhance practice in a medical setting. This first book in the series will foster an appreciation of the unique skill set and knowledge base needed by a medical speech-language pathologist. The chapters contain information applicable to a broad range of medical and rehabilitation settings, while delving deeper into complex topics that merit extra attention, such as neuroimaging methods and medication side effects. Readers will come to appreciate the many roles and responsibilities of the speech-language pathologist in the medical setting, across the continuum of care. They will gain familiarity with broader organizational issues, such as accreditation, billing, and medical team members, as well as the specific clinical populations often encountered in medical settings, such as individuals with Parkinson’s disease, delirium, or tongue cancer. Throughout the book, case studies are used to highlight the role of the medical SLP, and to underscore the remarkably dynamic and complex caseloads encountered by the medical SLP. Medical Setting Considerations for the Speech-Language Pathologist is authored by experienced professionals and content experts who transform the research literature into clinically applicable and digestible information, with the series editors Kristie A. Spencer and Jacqueline Daniels leading the cohort.

Clinical Methods and Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology

Clinical Methods and Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology

  • Author: M.N. Hegde,Katrina Kuyujian
  • Publisher: Plural Publishing
  • ISBN: 1635501989
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 427
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The sixth edition of Clinical Methods and Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology remains a vital resource for students in speech-language pathology who are about to begin their clinical practicum. The book is divided into two major sections: clinical practicum and clinical methods in speech language pathology. These sections provide coverage of the structural and functional aspects of clinical practicum in a variety of settings. The book emphasizes clinical practicum is an exciting learning experience. The students will understand what is expected of them in each setting and what they can expect from their clinical supervisors. The book also gives an overview of treatment methods that apply across disorders. With this book, students will be better prepared to meet the exciting and yet often challenging task of providing ethical and effective services to children and adults with communication disorders. Clinical supervisors may find the book helpful in understanding their own roles and responsibilities better so that they can create a productive and exciting clinical practicum experience for their student clinicians. Clinical Methods and Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology offers a single and comprehensive source of information that will help establish clear expectations for both student clinicians and the clinical supervisors. New to the Sixth Edition New coauthor, Katrina Kuyumjian A new chapter with an overview of treatment procedures that apply across disorders of communication Revised section on clinical methods to include updated information on the current ASHA guidelines on clinical practicum; current legal and professional requirements regarding clinical practicum in educational settings; new and expanded information on assessment, target behaviors, and treatment strategies for all disorders of communication Updated and expanded references throughout Key Features: * Chapter Outlines open each chapter and provide a summary of the key topics * An end-of-book glossary allows readers to easily find and define important terms or concepts * Bulleted and boxed information for easy access Disclaimer: Please note that ancillary content (such as documents, audio, and video, etc.) may not be included as published in the original print version of this book.

Clinical Education in Physical Therapy

Clinical Education in Physical Therapy

  • Author: Debra F Stern,Rebecca Rosenthal
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
  • ISBN: 1284032280
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 504
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Written in adherence with the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education's (CAPTE) standards, Clinical Education in Physical Therapy explores the evolution from student to Clinical Instructor while serving as an essential educational resource for entry-level Physical Therapy students. This exciting new resource presents an overview on the rewards and challenges of becoming a Clinical Instructor, the legal issues involved for the academic institution and the clinical sites, clinical education models, student characteristics, establishing a clinical education program, and much more! Clinical Education in Physical Therapy includes a dedicated chapter on leadership and professionalism both of which have been stressed in recent years by both the APTA and CAPTE. Key Points at the beginning of each chapter establish the primary take-aways for readers, while case studies in select chapters reinforce practical application of the material.

Treatment Resource Manual for Speech-Language Pathology, Sixth Edition

Treatment Resource Manual for Speech-Language Pathology, Sixth Edition

  • Author: Froma P. Roth,Colleen K. Worthington
  • Publisher: Plural Publishing
  • ISBN: 163550127X
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 550
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The thoroughly revised Sixth Edition of the best-selling Treatment Resource Manual for Speech-Language Pathology remains an ideal textbook for clinical methods courses in speech-language pathology, as well as for students entering their clinical practicum or preparing for certification and licensure. It is also a beloved go-to resource for practicing clinicians who need a thorough guide to effective intervention approaches/strategies. This detailed, evidence-based book includes complete coverage of common disorder characteristics, treatment approaches, information on reporting techniques, and patient profiles across a wide range of child and adult client populations. The text is divided into two sections. The first part is focused on preparing for effective intervention, and the second part, the bulk of the book, is devoted to therapy strategies for specific disorders. Each of these chapters features a brief description of the disorder, case examples, specific suggestions for the selection of therapy targets, and sample therapy activities. Each chapter concludes with a set of helpful hints on intervention and a selected list of available therapy materials and resources. New to the Sixth Edition: * A new chapter on Contemporary Issues including critical thinking, telepractice, simulation technologies, and coding and reimbursement * New tables on skill development in gesture, feeding, and vision * New information on therapist effects/therapeutic alliance * Coverage of emerging techniques for voice disorders and transgender clients * Expanded information on:​​​​​​ *Childhood Apraxia of Speech *Cochlear Implants *Cultural and Linguistic Diversity *Interprofessional Practice *Shared Book-Reading *Traumatic Brain Injury *Treatment Dosage/Intensity *Vocabulary Development Key Features: * Bolded key terms with an end-of-book glossary * A multitude of case examples, reference tables, charts, figures, and reproducible forms * Lists of Additional Resources in each chapter Disclaimer: Please note that ancillary content (such as documents, audio, and video, etc.) may not be included as published in the original print version of this book.