Pam Holland, MA-CCC-SLP/BCS-S is an Associate Professor, Chair and Graduate Program Director at Marshall University. She is board certified in swallowing and swallowing disorders and founded the MU Interdisciplinary Feeding and Swallowing Clinic in 2013 https://www.marshall.edu/mu-speech-and-hearing-center/feeding-swallowing-clinic/. Pam Holland is also the owner of Family First Feeding, LLC which provides specialized feeding and swallowing services to children and families in the WV birth to three program. In addition to supervising graduate students in the Feeding and Swallowing Clinic she is a part of a multi-agency coalition called Healthy Connections https://healthyconnectionswv.org/ and works with multiple professions to assist in the community’s opioid epidemic and improve outcomes for children diagnosed with neonatal abstinence syndrome. She has been a leader in the development and growth of the University’s Interprofessional Education Initiative which started in 2013. She is one of the faculty advisors for the Interprofessional Health Student Organization at Marshall University.
Learn more about Bryn and Pam's Session: University Feeding and Swallowing Clinic: Creating a Model for Success