SVS PODCHATS

Continue to build your skills and knowledge towards competence in FEES* during the constraints of COVID-19

August 17, 2020 H Fiona Robinson and Suzanne Slade Season 1 Episode 8
SVS PODCHATS
Continue to build your skills and knowledge towards competence in FEES* during the constraints of COVID-19
Chapters
00:00:29
Introduction and background
00:03:00
Collecting the evidence for your portfolio
00:03:21
Follow the outline FEES Protocol to structure your learning
00:04:28
Ideas for online education resources
00:06:35
Creating learning opportunities during the FEES protocol: pre-swallowing and swallowing assessment
00:11:57
Finding opportunities for learning in ICU, Stroke, Critical Care and Outpatient settings
00:15:01
Post-procedure, report writing and storing and retrieving images
00:17:08
Other activities: audit, patient journey and service planning
00:20:00
Learning activities for the trainee endoscopist
00:24:55
Focussing your reading, policies and procedures
SVS PODCHATS
Continue to build your skills and knowledge towards competence in FEES* during the constraints of COVID-19
Aug 17, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8
H Fiona Robinson and Suzanne Slade

Has your FEES training been impacted by COVID-19? In this episode, Fiona and Suzanne outline some practical ideas so that you can continue to build on your knowledge and skills, towards competence and skills mastery in FEES.

Using the structure of the FEES protocol and the FEES knowledge and skills frameworks you can find opportunities to create learning experiences to enrich your knowledge and skill as a trainee FEES practitioner. Some of these may take place within a clinical environment, others as self-study or remote learning.

Even if your planned training has been interrupted, by being creative there is so much that you can do to continue with your FEES education programme.

Do get in touch if you have any comments about the content or if we have missed something that you found essential.
 
Thank you for listening.

Keep safe,
Fiona and Suzanne

Our contact is [email protected] or you can tweet @_svs_associates

* flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallowing

References:

Wilson PS, Hoare TJ, Johnson AP. Milk nasendoscopy in the assessment of dysphagia. Journal of Laryngol and Otol. (1992) Vol 106 issue 6.

Rethinking Residue: Determining the Perceptual Continuum of Residue on FEES to Enable Better Measurement. Jessica M. Pisegna,  Asako Kaneoka,  Rebecca Leonard,  Susan E. Langmore. Dysphagia (2018) 33:100–108 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00455-017-9838-7

History of Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing for Evaluation and Management of Pharyngeal Dysphagia: Changes over the Years. Langmore, Susan. (2017). Dysphagia. 32. 10.1007/s00455-016-9775-x.

South Australian Acute Hospital Program for Credentialing Speech Pathologists in the Extended and Advanced Practice Role of Independent Fibreoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) 2016 Departments of Speech Pathology SAHLN and CAHLN , South Australia

Fibreoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES): The role of speech and language therapy. Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists Position Paper, London (2019). www.rcslt.org Wallace S, McLaughlin C, Clayton J. Coffey M, Ellis J, Haag R, Howard A, Marks H, Zorko R.

Fiona Robinson and Suzanne Slade are Speech and Language Therapists practising in the UK and we also educate health professionals in Speech Voice and Swallow. We collaborate with international experts to create fabulous learning events imparting clinical knowledge and skills. We schedule twice yearly FEES courses in Nottingham UK and create bespoke FEES training for teams at your location. Our blog and SVS PodChats explore current opinion and topics related to speech voice and swallow. Our website provides PodChats notes and further resources for some episodes.
You can find us at
www.svsassociates.co.uk and @_svs_associates

No financial payment or payment in kind was received or given for this SVSPodChat unless disclosed and no endorsement of opinions, goods, products or services by the hosts is implied.
The opinions of the hosts and guests are their own, and do not represent the views of their organisation.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Has your FEES training been impacted by COVID-19? In this episode, Fiona and Suzanne outline some practical ideas so that you can continue to build on your knowledge and skills, towards competence and skills mastery in FEES.

Using the structure of the FEES protocol and the FEES knowledge and skills frameworks you can find opportunities to create learning experiences to enrich your knowledge and skill as a trainee FEES practitioner. Some of these may take place within a clinical environment, others as self-study or remote learning.

Even if your planned training has been interrupted, by being creative there is so much that you can do to continue with your FEES education programme.

Do get in touch if you have any comments about the content or if we have missed something that you found essential.
 
Thank you for listening.

Keep safe,
Fiona and Suzanne

Our contact is [email protected] or you can tweet @_svs_associates

* flexible endoscopic evaluation of swallowing

References:

Wilson PS, Hoare TJ, Johnson AP. Milk nasendoscopy in the assessment of dysphagia. Journal of Laryngol and Otol. (1992) Vol 106 issue 6.

Rethinking Residue: Determining the Perceptual Continuum of Residue on FEES to Enable Better Measurement. Jessica M. Pisegna,  Asako Kaneoka,  Rebecca Leonard,  Susan E. Langmore. Dysphagia (2018) 33:100–108 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00455-017-9838-7

History of Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing for Evaluation and Management of Pharyngeal Dysphagia: Changes over the Years. Langmore, Susan. (2017). Dysphagia. 32. 10.1007/s00455-016-9775-x.

South Australian Acute Hospital Program for Credentialing Speech Pathologists in the Extended and Advanced Practice Role of Independent Fibreoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) 2016 Departments of Speech Pathology SAHLN and CAHLN , South Australia

Fibreoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES): The role of speech and language therapy. Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists Position Paper, London (2019). www.rcslt.org Wallace S, McLaughlin C, Clayton J. Coffey M, Ellis J, Haag R, Howard A, Marks H, Zorko R.

Fiona Robinson and Suzanne Slade are Speech and Language Therapists practising in the UK and we also educate health professionals in Speech Voice and Swallow. We collaborate with international experts to create fabulous learning events imparting clinical knowledge and skills. We schedule twice yearly FEES courses in Nottingham UK and create bespoke FEES training for teams at your location. Our blog and SVS PodChats explore current opinion and topics related to speech voice and swallow. Our website provides PodChats notes and further resources for some episodes.
You can find us at
www.svsassociates.co.uk and @_svs_associates

No financial payment or payment in kind was received or given for this SVSPodChat unless disclosed and no endorsement of opinions, goods, products or services by the hosts is implied.
The opinions of the hosts and guests are their own, and do not represent the views of their organisation.

Introduction and background
Collecting the evidence for your portfolio
Follow the outline FEES Protocol to structure your learning
Ideas for online education resources
Creating learning opportunities during the FEES protocol: pre-swallowing and swallowing assessment
Finding opportunities for learning in ICU, Stroke, Critical Care and Outpatient settings
Post-procedure, report writing and storing and retrieving images
Other activities: audit, patient journey and service planning
Learning activities for the trainee endoscopist
Focussing your reading, policies and procedures