Season 1 Finale: a round up of a year of SVS PodChats and a look forward to 2021.

December 23, 2020 H Fiona Robinson and Suzanne Slade
Season 1 Finale: a round up of a year of SVS PodChats and a look forward to 2021.
Show Notes

SVS PodChats  episodes have reached all around the world, showcasing the  collaborations which have lead to some amazing resources and opportunities in this most difficult of years. In this episode Suzanne and Fiona chat about how 2020 was the year that COVID-19 changed how we all lived, worked  and trained. We reflect on some of the challenges and  how clinicians responded with resilience, creativity and generosity.
Listen in as we reflect on the year, and get a glimpse into what is coming in 2021.

Our thanks  to our guests during 2020, and to all our listeners wherever you are located.
We have some exciting guests lined up for 2021, and do let us know your burning topics for next year.
Sending everyone our good wishes for a very happy and healthy new year.

Fiona and Suzanne

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About us: Fiona Robinson and Suzanne Slade are HCPC registered Speech and Language Therapists practising in the UK and  we educate health professionals in clinical skills in Speech Voice and Swallowing. We collaborate with international experts to create fabulous learning events. We design and deliver bespoke and comprehensive FEES courses  for teams online or at your location where circumstances allow. We work with clinicians of all levels of expertise to start and progress  FEES competencies in practitioner or supervisor roles and  tailor programmes of education and supervision.
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