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[Dysphagia] oral care training videos for nursing staff



There's a 15 min video called "Safe Swallowing" by Imaginart (800-828-1376) that I like to show nursing students who are working in skilled facilities.  It's a nice introduction to then discussing oral care.
 
Karen K. Kenyon, MS CCC-SLP
Speech/Language Pathologist
Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital
5401 South Street
Lincoln, NE  68506
402-486-9044
 
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From: Jocelen Gudgeon [mailto:jocelen.gudgeon at gmail.com]
Sent: Thu 5/1/2008 10:56 AM
To: dysphagia at dysphagia.com
Subject: [Dysphagia] oral care training videos for nursing staff



Can anyone recommend an oral care training video for nursing staff
education?

What other training activities have you completed?

Thanks,

Jocelen
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