In this one-year anniversary episode series, Drs. Humbert and Harold answer: "What joys have you experienced in our field?" and "What is the best part of being in our field, for you?"
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Episode 9b: Ask about The Fears and Dramas
1:04:12In this one-year anniversary episode series, Drs. Humbert and Harold answer: "What are your fears for our field?" and "What dramas have you experienced in our field?"
Episode 9a: Ask about The Joys
51:06In this one-year anniversary episode series, Drs. Humbert and Harold answer: "What joys have you experienced in our field?" and "What is the best part of being in our field, for you?"
Episode 8: “Who, me!?”: Solutions are easy, but nobody wants to do them.
1:04:06In this episode, we being to brainstorm solutions for some of the top problems SLPs voice concerns about, and welcome you all to join us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to share your solutions as well. After this episode, you may come to align "easy" with possible, not painless.
Episode 7: “We’re struggling over here”: SLPs’ top four problems, and why they're not fixed
1:01:12In this episode, we talk: training and expertise, perceived value and respect, caseload/workload/productivity, and money. We try to dig deeper than the basic bitching that happens on social media, to unearth the explanations for and connections among our problems. After all, there cannot be solutions without attempting to understand the problems in the first place.
Episode 6: “But I meant well”: The history of our field and our f*ck-ups
1:00:59In this episode, Drs. Harold and Humbert discuss the history of speech–language pathology, and unearth some truths and trends that will shock you. But also explain exactly why we are where we are today as a field. Understanding our problems and pain points today, after all, only makes sense when you realize how we got here.
Episode 5: You are not in charge of your own brain
1:21:13In this episode, Meredith and Ianessa discuss how businesses and social media influencers have a surprising amount of power over what clinicians think and buy.
Episode 4: Are barriers to EBP mind-over-matter or matter-over-mind?
1:48:18Join us with special guests Summer Loehr, MA, CCC-SLP & Will Farnham, MS, CCC-SLP, for a discussion-turned-collegial dispute about whether clinicians do not align with EBP because they themselves are the barriers or because external obstacles (i.e. time, resources) far outweigh individual determination.
Episode 3: Thrown to the Wolves (or, How to Deal with Pseudoscience, Charlatans, Know-It-Alls, and Internet Assholes)
Episode 2: Is the Evidence Gap in Our Field Graduate Programs' Fault?
Episode 1: Nobody Knows Shit