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Dysphagia Academy. Nutricia Virtual Congress 2021.

Watch Dharinee Hansjee, Prof. Sue Pownall and Elizabeth Barnett's presentations on Dysphagia Academy from the Nutricia Virtual Congress 2021.
Dharinee’s presentation talks through the guidance around eating and drinking with acknowledged risks. Sue and Elizabeth then follow with a presentation about the production of a co-designed and co-produced national dysphagia guide. 

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Dysphagia Academy at Nutricia Virtual Congress 2021

Speakers:

  • Dharinee Hansjee, Head of Speech and Language Therapy, Lewisham
  • Prof. Sue Pownall, Head of Speech and Language Therapy, Sheffield
  • Elizabeth Barnett, Highly Specialised Speech and Language Therapist, Sheffield

 

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