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Patient Experiences of Swallowing Exercises After Head and Neck Cancer: A Qualitative Study Examining Barriers and Facilitators Using Behavior Change Theory (2017)
Govender, R., Wood, C. E., Taylor, S. A., Smith, C. H., Barratt, H., & Gardner, B. (2017). Patient Experiences of Swallowing Exercises After Head and Neck Cancer: A Qualitative Study Examining Barriers and Facilitators Using Behaviour Change Theory. Dysphagia, 32(4), 559-569.
In general, adherence is poor for patients with head and neck cancer to complete the swallowing exercises recommended to them before and during treatment. If the reasons for poor adherence could be identified this could help speech pathologists impro ...
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CancerDysphagiaHead and Neck Cancer