The Etiquette of Following Up on an SLP Position

Episode 69 August 18, 2021 01:01:41
The Etiquette of Following Up on an SLP Position
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The Etiquette of Following Up on an SLP Position

Aug 18 2021 | 01:01:41


Show Notes

Meet Bret Stuckenschnieder and Michelle Lytle, two medical speech-language pathologists who work in the acute care and rehabilitation setting. These close colleagues walk us through what it’s like working in such a facility, some of the challenges they face from day to day, and what new SLPs can do to break into the acute care setting.

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