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Online learning is a popular way to acquire knowledge at your own pace while in your own space. Dr. Humbert has co-founded among the first online learning platforms for swallowing and swallowing disorders. These innovative options range from basic concepts to complex, real-world, problem-based learning styles that promote critical thinking.


STEP provides you with unlimited access to 60+ hours of affordable, engaging, high-quality, evidence-based swallowing education courses and resources, created by dysphagia experts. STEP provides you with the dysphagia resources you need to succeed at any stage of your career; from basics to the most advanced.

FREE! Over 40 video tutorials, animations, and even in depth modified barium swallow (videofluoroscopy) interpretation.  


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Course Title: Collecting Clinical Evidence.
Description: Evidence Based Practice often prioritizes scientific research evidence over clinical and patient experiences. However, input from clinicians should hold equal value to scientific evidence, because it can readily incorporate individualized, flexible care of patients, unlike scientific investigations that report group outcomes. Still, many clinicians do not have the tools needed to systematically gather, interpret, and apply their clinical data with the goal of understanding trends in patient outcomes. Collecting Clinical Evidence (CCE) is a course that trains clinicians to acquire and manage clinical data in order to justify their decisions and to evaluate the impact and value of their profession within the health care system. In this Swallowing Edition of CCE, we focus on data derived across common dysphagia management practices including assessment (clinical swallowing evaluation and instrumental evaluation) as well as treatment/therapy (behavioral and device-driven treatments).

Trailer


Down the Hatch is a podcast focused on hot topics relevant to swallowing clinicians throughout the world. With lively banter, speech pathologists Ianessa Humbert, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and Alicia Vose, Ph.D., CCC-SLP  take on controversial topics in the field of dysphagia management, while inter-weaving various levels of evidence: anecdotes, clinical experience and the scientific literature. Listeners can expect to broaden their view of what is thought to be fact versus fiction in the field of swallowing and swallowing disorders.  

Dr. Humbert’s in-person meetings are engaging! Learning is facilitated through both traditional didactic forums and spontaneous discussions among attendees.

Upcoming in-person meetings will be posted here. Please return for updates.

Publications

Ways to learn from me

Online learning is a popular way to acquire knowledge at your own pace while in your own space. Dr. Humbert has co-founded among the first online learning platforms for swallowing and swallowing disorders. These innovative options range from basic concepts to complex, real-world, problem-based learning styles that promote critical thinking.


STEP provides you with unlimited access to 60+ hours of affordable, engaging, high-quality, evidence-based swallowing education courses and resources, created by dysphagia experts. STEP provides you with the dysphagia resources you need to succeed at any stage of your career; from basics to the most advanced.

FREE! Over 40 video tutorials, animations, and even in depth modified barium swallow (videofluoroscopy) interpretation.  


Coming Soon


Course Title: Collecting Clinical Evidence.
Description: Evidence Based Practice often prioritizes scientific research evidence over clinical and patient experiences. However, input from clinicians should hold equal value to scientific evidence, because it can readily incorporate individualized, flexible care of patients, unlike scientific investigations that report group outcomes. Still, many clinicians do not have the tools needed to systematically gather, interpret, and apply their clinical data with the goal of understanding trends in patient outcomes. Collecting Clinical Evidence (CCE) is a course that trains clinicians to acquire and manage clinical data in order to justify their decisions and to evaluate the impact and value of their profession within the health care system. In this Swallowing Edition of CCE, we focus on data derived across common dysphagia management practices including assessment (clinical swallowing evaluation and instrumental evaluation) as well as treatment/therapy (behavioral and device-driven treatments).

Trailer


Down the Hatch is a podcast focused on hot topics relevant to swallowing clinicians throughout the world. With lively banter, speech pathologists Ianessa Humbert, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and Alicia Vose, Ph.D., CCC-SLP  take on controversial topics in the field of dysphagia management, while inter-weaving various levels of evidence: anecdotes, clinical experience and the scientific literature. Listeners can expect to broaden their view of what is thought to be fact versus fiction in the field of swallowing and swallowing disorders.  

Dr. Humbert’s in-person meetings are engaging! Learning is facilitated through both traditional didactic forums and spontaneous discussions among attendees.

Upcoming in-person meetings will be posted here. Please return for updates.

Publications