EBSR

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EBSREngineer Boat and Shore Regiment (US Army Corps of Engineers)
EBSREcole Bilingue de Suisse Romande (French; Swiss bilingual school)
EBSREye-Bank for Sight Restoration (New York, NY)
EBSREd Bryant Scout Reservation (Mauston, WI)
EBSRÉconomie Basée sur les Ressources (French: Economy Based on Resources)
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Abbreviations: ASHA = American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, CVA = cerebrovascular accident, EBSR = evidence-based systematic review, ES = effect size, LMS = Lateral Medullary Syndrome, N-CEP = National Center for Evidence-Based Practice in Communication Disorders, NOMS = National Outcomes Measurement System, PD = Parkinson disease, sEMG = surface electromyography, SLP = speech-language pathologist, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs.
Recently, ASHA's National Center for Evidence-Based Practice in Communication Disorders (N-CEP) partnered with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to conduct a series of evidence-based systematic reviews (EBSRs) examining the current state of the evidence on compensatory swallowing postures and maneuvers.
Such views persisted into the early nineteenth century, and in EBSR, as we will see, Byron employs Scottish stereotypes not only from an English perspective, but he also perpetuates stereotypes about the Scottish Lowlanders from a northern Scottish perspective.
One such Scottish perspective in EBSR appears not within the poem itself, but in a footnote to the text.
In the beginning, the eye bank operated with affiliated hospitals across the country, but as time went by ophthalmologists came to the EBSR and received training in the transplant procedure, so they could go home and set up local eye banks.
Results of this EBSR indicate very little information is available regarding the effects of behavioral dysphagia interventions with patients postcancer.
Abbreviations: ASHA = American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, BOT = base of the tongue, EBSR = evidence-based systematic review, ES = effect size, FOIS = Functional Oral Intake Scale, N-CEP = National Center for Evidence-Based Practice in Communication Disorders, PPW = posterior pharyngeal wall, ROM = range of motion, sEMG = surface electromyography, SLP = speech-language pathologist, UES = upper esophageal sphincter, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs.
Table 3 details the studies included in three separate EBSR reports.
Abbreviations: ASHA = American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, EBP = evidence-based practice, EBSR = evidence-based systematic review, N-CEP = National Center for Evidence-Based Practice in Communication Disorders, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs.
The EBSR reported limited data to support treatments in head and neck cases; therefore, the SLP had to draw hypotheses regarding other possible treatments from studies on normal subjects based on observed physiological changes induced with the various behavioral techniques.
The EBSR found that the extent of hyoid movement is inconclusive with regard to the effect of the effortful swallow, while the submental muscles, which are the primary movers for superior-anterior hyoid excursion during swallowing, are activated more during effortful swallowing.
Organizations such as the Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences, The Cochrane and Campbell Collaborations, The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, ASHA's National Center for Evidence-Based Practice in Communication Disorders (N-CEP), and the VA are conducting evidence-based systematic reviews (EBSRs) on clinically relevant topics in speech-language pathology.