Forthcoming webinars

Delivering entry-level dysphagia competencies into pre-registration education and training

Tuesday 20 October 2020, 8.15pm - 9pm

RCSLT and NAPLIC webinar: DLD – When is a diagnosis appropriate?

Wednesday 4 November 2020, 1pm

For information on the member-led, practice-based research virtual seminars that the RCSLT are supporting, please see here

COVID-19 webinar series 

Join the RCSLT for a series of webinars taking you through the COVID-19 patient pathway from the speech and language perspective. In this series we look at everything from how patients present at the Intensive Care Unit; to interventions in critical care; to rehabilitation in the community; to how to look after yourself and sources of support.

Webinar 1: COVID-19: Critical care for SLTs

Webinar 2: COVID-19: Practical and ethical decisions in adults with COVID-19

Webinar 3: COVID-19: Laryngectomy 

Webinar 4: COVID-19: Rehabilitation

Webinar 5: COVID-19: Telehealth

Webinar 6: COVID-19: Telehealth in the COVID-19 context: working with children

Improving Stroke Care The impact of COVID present and future

About webinars

Webinars are interactive web-based presentations, lectures or seminars.

They can include video, audio, photos, presentations and allow an audience to attend from remote locations.

Webinars are interactive and allow users to submit questions and comments before or during the presentation.

How to join in

Before the webinar:

  • Register for a future event: follow the links on the listed forthcoming webinars.
  • Once you have registered: please hold the date for the webinar.

On the day of the webinar:

  • Start time: You will be able to join the event 10 minutes before the webinar start time.
  • Sound: ensure you have headphones or speakers connected to your computer in order to hear.
  • Chat: You have to type your message using the keyboard in order to join the chat.
  • Send a question to the panel: use the Q&A button.

This is not a teleconference and you will not be able to join by telephone.

For more information download the webinar guide for participants.

Past webinars

To view our webinar archive, stretching back to 2014, please visit our YouTube channel.