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Food Culture, Preferences and Ethics in Dysphagia Management

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Adults with dysphagia experience difficulties swallowing food and fluids with potentially harmful health and psychosocial consequences. Speech pathologists who manage patients with dysphagia are frequently required to address ethical issues when patients' food culture and/ or preferences are inconsistent with recommended diets. These issues incorporate complex links between food, identity and social participation.
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Keywords: clinical; dysphagia; food culture and preferences; shared decisionā€making; speech pathology

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2015

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