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This is the official podcast of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists - RSCLT. We were established on 6 January 1945 to promote the art and science of speech and language therapy – the care for individuals with communication, swallowing, eating and drinking difficulties.We are the professional body for speech and language therapists in the UK; providing leadership and setting professional standards.We facilitate and promote research into the field of speech and language therapy ...
 
Women on Walls at RCSI in partnership with Accenture is a podcast series celebrating the lives of eight Irish women who forged careers in healthcare during a time in Ireland when women were expected to stay at home. Women on Walls is a campaign by Accenture in partnership with RCSI that seeks to make women leaders visible through a series of commissioned portraits that will create a lasting cultural legacy for Ireland. The Women on Walls portrait commissions are managed by Business to Arts.
 
Hello, and welcome to our podcast. This site will house the podcasts coming from Pete's Communication Technology class. Our topics are broad and varied, we hope you enjoy our episodes and check back often for updates.Please feel free to leave comments and suggestions on our site.Enjoy!
 
Join Greg Dial Jr. at the 2015 RCS Sports High School Basketball Season Opener held at the M.O. Campbell Center November 16th 2015. 4pm Victory Prep / SATCH 5:30 Klein Forest / CE King 7pm Atascocita / Sam Houston 8:30 pmYates / Cy LakesWe utilize our radio station (Spring Branch Sports Line) and are the only independent Sports Network devoted to the Spring Branch Athletes & Community. We cover Volleyball, Football, Cross Country, Boys/Girls Basketball, Boys/Girls Soccer, Track & Field & Swi ...
 
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Today we are joined by two orthopaedic surgeons and one budding orthopaedic surgeon to help us explore this unique specialty. Mr Sanjay Anand is a knee surgeon with a clinical practice centred around knee and sports injuries. As has been the case with many of our guests, Sanjay was inspired to pursue a career in orthopaedics by a senior colleague e…
 
This month's catch up covers three main areas: - Updates to Covid and how members can get support https://www.rcslt.org/learning/covid-19/ - What to look forward to in this year's RCSLT conferencehttps://www.rcslt.org/events/rcslt-conference-2021/ - Campaigns including the upcoming anniversary of the launch of the CAUK training and DLD awareness da…
 
With increasing calls for medical report writing and being an expert witness training to be mandated, Sesi and Greg are joined by Isabel Litherland (Solicitor from Bond Solon), and Aidan Fitzgerald, Consultant plastic surgeon and convenor of education at RCSED. We take a deep dive into all aspects of being an expert witness, tips and pitfalls as we…
 
Welcome to the Urology episode of the Let's Talk Surgery Podcast, Surgical Crossroads series. Neil Fenn is a Consultant Urologist at Morriston Hospital Swansea and Chair of the Surgical Specialty Board (SSB) in Urology at the RCSEd. He always wanted to be a surgeon, and after qualifying from the University of Wales he completed his basic surgical a…
 
Welcome to the Surgical Crossroads series with hosts Sesi Hotonu and Sadie Khwaja. This episode looks at General Surgery with another fantastic panel of guests. Jane Macaskill is a consultant oncoplastic breast surgeon in NHS Tayside. She is from Scotland and completed her training in Dundee and Edinburgh. Jane decided to pursue a career in surgery…
 
In this IJLCD episode we interview Charlie Strutt and Ghada Khattab about their paper in the IJLCD: 'Does the duration and frequency of dummy (pacifier) use affect the development of speech?' The current literature suggests a link between dummy (or pacifier) use and a number of both positive and detrimental consequences. Positive consequences inclu…
 
Welcome to another special Careers episode of the Let's talk surgery podcast for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Today, we're speaking to some cardiothoracic surgeons: Edward Caruana (cardiothoracic trainee), Gill Hardman (cardiothoracic ST7), and Sridhar Rathinam (consultant thoracic surgeon). Sridhar Rathinam is a consultant thoracic …
 
RCSLT news for August 2021 covers: * How the #FundSLT petition is going and plans to expand the reach. If you haven't signed yet please do and if you have please share with friends, family and colleagues petition.parliament.uk/petitions/587872 * News across the UK including: Northern Ireland - SEN, election prep, waiting times Wales - Additional le…
 
Welcome to another exciting instalment of our Surgical Crossroads series. Today we have some vascular surgeons joining hosts Sesi Hotonu and Sadie Khwaja to tell us all about their chosen specialty. Andy Garnham works in the Black Country and chairs the vascular board at Edinburgh. He is also the training programme director in the West Midlands. He…
 
Welcome to another episode of our Surgical Crossroads series with hosts Gregory Ekatah and Sadie Khwaja. Today we explore a career in plastic surgery. Jeremy Rodriguez is a consultant plastic surgeon at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire and an Associate Professor at Warwick Clinical Trials Unit. He describes how he “stumbled across” plas…
 
We begin our new series focusing on careers and career aspirations with co-host, Sadie Khwaja’s own specialty, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery. Our guests are Consultant Otolaryngologist Emma Stapleton, ENT Registrar Todd Kanzara and medical student Eman Hasan. Emma Stapleton is a Consultant Otolaryngologist at Manchester Royal Infirmary where she is …
 
The Let's Talk Surgery podcast from the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh (RCSEd) introduces a new surgical career's series, 'Surgical Crossroads: Choosing Your Specialty'. In this series, podcast hosts Greg Ekatah and Sesi Hotonu are joined by ENT surgeon Sadie Khwaja, bringing the Health Education England North West Career's Fair, which traditi…
 
Sesi and Paddy are joined by Ciaran McDonnell, Hannah Travers and Mimi Li, vascular surgeons across the grade spectrum for an interesting and insightful discussion around the workforce challenges that faces vascular surgery both now and in the future but also offer some solutions being considered and implemented by the Workforce Committee, Rouleaux…
 
This month's catch up covers a large span of work: - Breaking news on the Build Back Better petition to Parliament for speech and language therapy funding (Campaign: www.rcslt.org/get-involved/build…es-after-covid-19/ ) (Petition: www.tinyurl.com/SLTBBB) - Covid and long Covid developments - Neurodiversity in prisons in England - NHS reform in Engl…
 
In this podcast we interview Jessica Cannons and Katherine Buckeridge. When Jess was ten she suffered a serious stroke due to a cardiotoxic chemotherapy drug she was taking for her first cancer. She talks about what life was like after the stroke and her journey through rehabilitation. Katherine is a specialist speech and language therapist who wor…
 
In this IJLCD episode Professor James Law and Dr. Jenna Charlton discuss the findings of their rapid review of the use of telepractice in paediatric speech & language therapy. Their paper is: 'Tele-practice for children and young people with communication disabilities: Employing the COM-B model to review the intervention literature and inform guida…
 
In this episode we talk to Melanie Cross, Speech and Language Therapist and Dr Hannah Hobson, Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of York about the the links between speech, language and communication needs and social, emotional and mental health needs in children and young people. We look at some of the factors involved; difficulties ac…
 
June news from the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists. Covering: - Build back better campaign and petition (Campaign: www.rcslt.org/get-involved/build…es-after-covid-19/ ) (Petition: www.tinyurl.com/SLTBBB) - Strategic plan work - Follow up on Scottish and Welsh elections - Communication Access project update (Elearning here: communica…
 
RCSEd is pleased to partner with ‘Ken & Steve’ to bring the Performance Project Podcast series. Ken Walker and Professor Steve Yule will be hosting a series of podcast episodes talking to guests from a range of professions between health, psychology, space and others to discuss some of the challenges professional face and how these can be overcome …
 
In this episode, Greg and Sesi are joined by Patrick Coughlin, consultant vascular surgeon in Cambridge. They discuss the exciting upcoming vascular surgery series on the "Let's Talk Surgery" podcast where the latest in vascular research, practice, training and innovation will be explored.
 
In this episode, Greg and Sesi are joined by Patrick Coughlin, consultant vascular surgeon in Cambridge. They discuss the exciting upcoming vascular surgery series on the "Let's Talk Surgery" podcast where the latest in vascular research, practice, training and innovation will be explored.Por RCSEd
 
A consultant colorectal surgeon and a career dedicated to improving the lives of women with complex childbirth injuries, Mhairi Collie joins Sesi and Greg to talk about her journey, the Uganda Childbirth Injury Fund and the recent prestigious award of Global Citizen of the Year. Selflessness, caring, compassion and the strive to make the world a be…
 
RCSLT news May 2021: inc Build Back Better campaign; election results; Covid pandemic to endemic; Queens' Speech; anti-racism; mental health. The new - free - elearning mentioned in the interview is called 'Mind Your Words' and it is designed to support those working with children and young people with mental health needs. It aims to improve unders…
 
In this episode we talk to practice educators and service managers about the importance of placements to them and the profession: Tracey Day, Independent Speech and Language Therapist (SLT), paediatric, plus Practice educator Emma Ferris, Practice educator, plus SLT Lecturer and Academic Lead for Practice Education, University of East Anglia Eleano…
 
“Inspiring… Bravery… Self-less… Fun” Some of the reflections from Mr Philip Hammond, Consultant Paediatric Surgeon who joins Sesi and Greg on this episode of the podcast. Phil discusses his humanitarian missions as well as a brief stint with the Royal Navy. This is full of interesting insights and useful advice.…
 
In this episode we talk to three speech and language therapy students about the importance of placements to their education: Vivian Wong, Masters student, Reading University. Presented at an RCSLT event last year giving student perspectives on challenges and opportunities for best practice in on clinical placements. Kerry O’Sullivan, Masters studen…
 
Caroline Lamb is the current Chief Executive of NHS Scotland and the Director General of Health and Social Care within the Scottish Government. She joins Greg and Sesi to reflect on her leadership journey but also her experiences of leading through the pandemic in a number of portfolio areas within the Scottish Government. Passionate about leadersh…
 
Listen for the latest on RCSLT's recent service user survey of speech and language therapy provision during the pandemic and the Building Back Better report which it prompted (see more here: https://www.rcslt.org/get-involved/building-back-better-speech-and-language-therapy-services-after-covid-19/) Hear the latest on how Covid is impacting on wait…
 
On this episode of the podcast, we meet Tim Graham, consultant cardiac surgeon and leads the Professional Standards Office at RCSED. He discusses his training journey, being a cardiac surgeon, his passions and candid reflections on leading through a crisis / difficult moments as well as gives us a flavour of the role of the professional standards o…
 
In this IJLCD episode, we talk to Richard Cave, who works with the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MND), about an article he’s written on voice banking. Voice banking is a process in which people who suffer from MND or other conditions are given the opportunity to record their own synthetic voices for use with an AAC device in the future. IJLCD …
 
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