Client and student perceptions of a group-based, student-led service model “Dysphagia Afternoon Tea”: A feasibility study

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Gapper, Shelly
Wenke, Rachel
Lawrie, Melissa
Cardell, Elizabeth
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2021
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Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology
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Clinical sciences
Cognitive and computational psychology
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speech pathology
dysphagia
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Gapper, S; Wenke, R; Lawrie, M; Cardell, E, Client and student perceptions of a group-based, student-led service model “Dysphagia Afternoon Tea”: A feasibility study, Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology, 2021, 23 (1), pp. 17-24
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