Managing Medical Misinformation from an SLP Perspective is a self-study course which will help participants discern fact from fiction in the context of allied health. The instructor defines medical misinformation and helps the learner to recognize how it can be spread. Consequences of misinformation are discussed with real life examples. Finally, this webinar inspires us to reflect on information we absorb and consider our role in ascertaining we are providing our peers and patients with accurate information.
- Discuss definition and potential feature of medical misinformation
- Recognize possible channels of medical misinformation spread
- Reflect on responsibility and role of healthcare professionals in education and advocacy
- Consider real world consequences of medical misinformation
00:00 Introduction, Bio, Disclosures, Course Objectives
02:00 Misinformation Defined
08:00 Misinformation Features
12:00 Medical Misinformation Defined
16:00 Role of Allied Health Professionals Discussed
26:00 Misinformation Research in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
34:00 Spread & Consequences of Medical Misinformation
50:00 Responding to Medical Misinformation
54:00 Information Literacy & Good Information Consumer Tips
60:00 Wrap Up and References
Lauryn Dorzback, M.A., CCC-SLP graduated with a Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Pittsburgh in 2014. Her work experience includes acute care, inpatient rehabilitation and long-term acute care, with a focus on dysphagia diagnostics and intervention. Lauryn joined CSP in 2018 and shares the company’s passion of providing access to swallowing instrumentation to patients across the region. Disclosures: Lauryn Dorzback has the following financial relationship to disclose: She is a salaried employee of Carolina Speech Pathology. Lauryn has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
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