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* 1. What is your name? This field is required to receive continuing education credit. 

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* 2. Are you an OT or OTA?

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* 3. Are you going to want to receive ASHA CEUs for attendance at the 9th IPFDC?

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* 4. Years of Experience (please circle):

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* 5. How did you hear about this event?

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* 6. What is your preference for Feeding Matters 2023 conference?

Please provide feedback for individual sessions and speakers below. Please do not score sessions you did not attend.

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* 7. Driving Change to Improve Children’s Health

Scott D. Berns, MD, MPH, FAAP

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable treating PFD.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable evaluating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable treating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable evaluating PFD.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.
The handouts/resources for this event were easy to access.

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* 8. Food Texture Sensitivity in Children with Down Syndrome: Our Journey as Food Scientists

Sarah Smith-Simpson, MS, PhD; Carolyn Ross, MS, PhD

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable treating PFD.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable evaluating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable treating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable evaluating PFD.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.
The handouts/resources for this event were easy to access.

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* 9. Asking the Right Questions is the Key

Erin Sundseth Ross, PhD, CCC-SLP

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable treating PFD.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable evaluating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable treating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable evaluating PFD.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.
The handouts/resources for this event were easy to access.

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* 10. Symptoms of PFD in Children with Food Allergy

Hayley Estrem, PhD, RN; Jinhee Park, PhD, RN; Kaitlin Proctor, PhD; Shannon H. Ford PhD, RN, CPNP, CNE

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable treating PFD.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable evaluating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable treating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable evaluating PFD.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.
The handouts/resources for this event were easy to access.

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* 11. A Proposed Treatment Model for Pediatric Feeding Disorders

Brianna Miluk, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC; Alyson Ware, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable treating PFD.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable evaluating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable treating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable evaluating PFD.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.
The handouts/resources for this event were easy to access.

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* 12. Management of Pediatric Feeding Disorders in an Under-Resourced Community: Evidence from Sri Lanka 

Isuru Dharmarathna, PhD

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable treating PFD.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable evaluating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable treating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable evaluating PFD.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.
The handouts/resources for this event were easy to access.

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* 13. SUCCEED: A Novel Consensus Framework for Children Who Require Tube Feeding

Chris Elliot, B.Med (Hons) FRACP; Nick Hopwood, PhD; Jessica Gowans

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable treating PFD.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable evaluating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable treating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable evaluating PFD.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.
The handouts/resources for this event were easy to access.

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* 14. The 2022 Feeding Matters Annual PFD Alliance Symposium: Stepping into a Brighter Future

Cuyler Romeo, M.O.T., OTR/L, SCFES, IBCLC; Amy L. Delaney, Ph.D., CCC-SLP; Hayley Estrem, PhD, RN; Brandt Perry; Erin Sundseth Ross, PhD, CCC-SLP

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable treating PFD.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable evaluating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable treating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable evaluating PFD.
I learned techniques to immediately implement in practice.
The handouts/resources for this event were easy to access.

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* 15. From Fluid to Food: An Examination of Oral Skill Development in Children

Memorie M. Gosa, PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
The speaker(s) was knowledgeable.
The speaker(s) presented in a manner that was easy to understand.
The speaker(s) was responsive to questions and encouraged discussion.
The handouts/resources for this presentation are comprehensive and easily understood.
Videos and/or case studies shared by the presenter were beneficial and supported learning outcomes.
The virtual learning environment met my learning needs.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable treating PFD.
Prior to attendance at this session, I felt comfortable evaluating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable treating PFD.
After attendance at this session, I feel comfortable evaluating PFD.