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The NW Clinic for Voice & Swallowing offers a quarterly series of professional development lectures for Otolaryngologists and Speech-Language Pathologists. There is no registration fee to attend. Please feel free to attend one or all of the lectures in the series. Pre-registration is required.
PSU Speech and Hearing Science Program invites you to attend a special lecture as part of OHSU’s Grand Rounds in Voice and Swallowing 2019:
Perspectives on Supervision and Mentorship in the Medical Setting
Time & Date: 2-5pm, Friday December 6th
Target Audience: Current and future supervisors for speech pathology interns and clinical fellows in medical settings.
Location: The presentation will be held on the OHSU South Waterfront campus in the Rood Family Pavilion. Please refer to the registration page referenced below for up-to-date location information and directions.
Registration: There is no registration fee to attend. Pre-registration is required. For more information or to register online go to:
Continuing Education: ASHA CEUs offered for the course in order to meet the new supervision requirement. This course is offered for 0.25 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).
Questions: Please contact Donna Graville with additional questions by email at email@example.com or by phone at 503-494-5947
Course Description: According to ASHA’s new 2020 Standards, supervisors must have a minimum of 2 hours of professional development in the area of supervision at least once after earning the CCC before being eligible to supervise graduate clinicians. With work-related challenges relating to time pressure, increasing caseloads, and documentation and productivity requirements, supervising a speech pathology intern or mentoring a clinical fellow can be a significant commitment. In a practical and humorous manner, we will review ways in which the supervision process can be made less burdensome, more rewarding, and even fun. From the "nuts and bolts" of paperwork and competencies to the literature on clinical skills acquisition, mentor relationships, and learning styles, we will review information from a wide variety of fields that may benefit any clinical supervisor, regardless of experience or setting.
The OHSU Introductory FEES Course
Overview: The OHSU FEES course is a two day foundation course designed to provide SLPs, ENTs and other licensed medical professionals with the necessary skills to begin implementation of the FEES procedure in their institution. Combining lectures with hands-on training, the workshop is taught in a small-group seminar format. Class size is limited in order to maximize learner outcomes and to ensure adequate hands-on endoscopy training. Training occurs using the equipment in the NW Clinic for Voice & Swallowing at OHSU. Handouts covering the course content are provided for all attendees. The FEES Course is not open to graduate students and assumes . Those with previous dysphagia experience in a medical setting will likely benefit most from the training. The course is offered annually.
Conference Faculty: The workshop is taught by Andrew Palmer, PhD, CCC-SLP, a speech pathologist and Assistant Professor in the Otolaryngology Department at Oregon Health and Science University in conjunction with other Speech Pathology faculty from the NW Clinic for Voice & Swallowing. He has taught hands-on FEES courses nationally at various facilities around the U.S. which have developed FEES programs and originally trained with Susan Langmore.
More information: With questions or to be notified about future offerings, please contact Andrew Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-494-8885
Clinical Fellowship (CF) in Speech Language Pathology 2020-21
Full-time clinical fellowships (2) are being offered at the NW Center for Voice and Swallowing, Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery of Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon. The primary purpose of the program is to train professionals in the areas of voice and swallowing disorders. Training in direct patient care to patients (adult and pediatric) with voice disorders; alaryngeal voice restoration, speech and swallowing disorders after head and neck cancer and adult dysphagia.
Training program description for Speech-Language Pathology
The training program is primarily clinical in nature. The NWCVS at OHSU has a faculty of 10 speech-language pathologists, 2 laryngologists, 1 physician’s assistant and 1 laryngology fellow. Training experiences include interdisciplinary team assessments of adults and children with voice disorders and vocal cord dysfunction, adult dysphagia, alaryngeal rehabilitation as well as, speech and swallowing disorders in the head and neck cancer patient. Independent study and collaborative research is part of the training program. Didactic offerings, both at the NW Center for Voice and Swallowing, Otolaryngology and throughout the greater Oregon Health & Science University augment the Fellowship experience.
Applicants should have the minimum of a master's degree in speech-language pathology and meet all the requirements for certification except the Clinical Fellowship. Applicants must meet all the requirements for the Oregon Board of Examiners Conditional License in Speech-Language Pathology.
Once the call for applications is open, applicants should submit 1) a letter of intent including background and areas of interest, 2) a resume/CV, 3) three letters of reference qualified to comment on the status of the applicant and 4) a sample of writing (term/research paper, article, thesis, etc.).
Applications due by April 21, 2020.
The stipend for 2020-2021 is TBA in addition to health benefits. This is a 12 month appointment. The beginning date for the fellowship is August 24, 2020 and it ends August 20, 2021.
The position will be open and applications will be accepted starting April 2020. At that time, submit to OHSU’s Human Resources a current Letter of Intention, CV, 3 letters of recommendation and a sample of your writing (term paper, research article, etc.). Letters of recommendation, if reference prefers, may be sent electronically or mailed directly to Dr. Graville.
Department: ENT Voice & Swallowing Center
Letters of recommendation and inquiries should be addressed to:
Donna J. Graville, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Associate Professor,
Director of the NW Center for Voice and Swallowing
Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery
Oregon Health & Science University
PV01, 3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road, Portland, OR 97239
Phone: (503) 494-3228 Fax: (503) 503-346-6826