JCPSLP Vol 20 No 3 November 2018
Rebecca Murphy is a speech and language therapist at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital, UK. Kirsty Harrison is a speech and language therapist and senior lecturer at City, University of London. Dr. Celia Harding is a speech and language therapist at the Royal Free Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and a senior lecturer at City, University of London, UK Yoder, B. A., Albertine, K. H. & Null, D. (2016).High- frequency ventilation for non-invasive respiratory support of neonates. Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine , 21 (3),162–173.
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Correspondence to: Dr. Celia Harding, PhD Royal Free Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and City, University of London email: C.Harding@city.ac.uk
JCPSLP Volume 20, Number 3 2018
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