BLA CONNECTIONS | Series 3,   Episode 7 

Dysphagia therapy with Justin Roe and Gemma Clunie from the National Centre for Airway Reconstruction

Justin Roe is the Speech and Language Therapist representative for the BLA. He works at the National Centre for Airway Reconstruction treating people with laryngotracheal stenosis and a wide range of swallowing problems.

Gemma Clunie is a specialist dysphagia speech and language therapist also working at the National Centre for Airway Reconstruction at Charing Cross Hospital, part of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

Justin and Gemma share their expert knowledge on the management of dysphagia, explaining the importance of treating each person holistically as an individual. The partnership between clinicians, patients and multidisciplinary colleagues is key to achieving and measuring successful outcomes.

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