IOPI Research Update!
Course Summary: Research continually provides clinicians with updated knowledge. Keeping up can be daunting. This course summarizes recent findings related to the Iowa Oral Performance Instrument.
Target Audience: Speech-Language Pathologists who use or are interested in using or purchasing the IOPI.
Successful completion: requires attendance for the entire session, completion of a learning assessment, and course evaluation. No partial credit is available.
Content Area: Professional
Subject Code: 1040
Course ID: ABKR 2303
Course Availability: 02/13/2023-02/14/25
Speaker Information: Ed M. Bice, M.Ed., CCC-SLP, has been an invited speaker on various topics in dysphagia, both nationally and internationally. He has guest lectured for universities as well as state and national conventions. He has served as an invited reviewer for the American Speech Language and Hearing Association Adult Dysphagia Practice Portal, which guides speech pathologists treating swallowing across the United States. Ed has been a guest on national and international dysphagia podcasts, has written blogs concerning dysphagia-related topics for internationally recognized Dysphagia Cafe, and has numerous peer-reviewed publications. As adjunct faculty, he teaches graduate-level swallowing courses at the University of Maryland.
Financial: Fulltime salary from IOPI Medical, LLC; Cofounder of A-ZTEC Nonfinancial: None
Course Disclosure: The course will only discuss research related to the Iowa Oral Performance Instrument.
Course objectives: The participants will:
|Research Review||1-3 minutes|
|Systematic Review and Meta Analysis||3-5 minutes|
|Effortful swallow||5-7 minutes|
|Sarcopenic dysphagia||10-18 minutes|
|De-training effects||18-21 minutes|
|Sleep apnea||22-30 minutes|
For special accommodations, email Admin@A-ATEC.info.
Communicate concerns or complaints concerning the course to Admin@A-ZTEC.Info