Tailoring Clinical Knowledge and Judgment I admit that I usually leaf through the Leader and pass it on. The February issue, however, really caught my attention. I am immeasurably grateful to Maggie Vescovich and Kathy Kennard-MacKenzie for sharing their experiences and insights. They both illustrate how our clinical knowledge and judgment need to be tailored ... Inbox
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The ASHA Leader, April 2015, Vol. 20, 6. doi:10.1044/leader.IN1.20042015.6
The ASHA Leader, April 2015, Vol. 20, 6. doi:10.1044/leader.IN1.20042015.6
I admit that I usually leaf through the Leader and pass it on. The February issue, however, really caught my attention. I am immeasurably grateful to Maggie Vescovich and Kathy Kennard-MacKenzie for sharing their experiences and insights. They both illustrate how our clinical knowledge and judgment need to be tailored in ways we would not ordinarily consider until faced with real questions about dignity of life and quality of life.
Thank you for publishing these columns and thanks so much to both of them for their practical and compassionate honesty.
Esther F. Miller, Baltimore

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