A Head and Neck Cancer Conference is taking placeIn Blackpool later this year. Chris Curtis will be there together with lots of other Speakers to share useful insights and information for patients and carers. We will be keeping you updated with the event and wanted to send you this link
Considerations in Dysphagia Management, is a new course from ASHA. The course includes suggestions for best practice and importantly how to manage rarer dysphagia cases. This is an important new addition to courses we have previously seen? Dysphagia and its affect on treating a range of primary conditions is increasingly
Advancing Dysphagia Practice is an UK initiative organized by Dr Hazel Roddam and her colleagues. Based at the University of Central Lancashire their focus is on sharing dysphagia best practice. They run several events and the next one is on the 19th of July, as you can see on the
The ESSD is hosting a free webinar on Monday the 20th of March. A history on taking in Swallowing Disorders. If you haven’t attended one of their webinars before we suggest trying them. They are always interesting and informative. Click on this link to register. www.essd2017.com In the meantime the
The Yorkshire BDA Branch here in the UK are holding the above event in March. We wanted to tell you about it to encourage you to take part in Social Media. Historically, the NHS actively discouraged Clinicians to joining Communities due to the problems it could cause. And rightly so. However, there
The Oral Health Foundation have teamed up with The Swallows Head & Neck Cancer Support Group to provide support and information for carers and survivors at The North of England Head & Neck Cancer Conference. The two charities are coming together for the conference on Friday November 11 at the
The European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC) begins in Barcelona on Tuesday 10th May for 3 days. You can find more information on the website here. You can also view the official social media feeds by clicking the links below. Twitter LinkedIn Facebook
The 31st International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease begins on Thursday 21st April in Budapest. For more information, visit the website here. You can also keep up to date on Twitter & Facebook.