Episode 23: <br>Katie Strong (Assistant Professor at Central Michigan University) presents an episode of “A-ha!” Moments in Aphasia Care as she speaks with Linda Worrall about relationship-centered care, psychosocial health, and implementation science in aphasia.<br><br>Professor Linda Worrall is a Professor of Speech Pathology, Co-Director of the Communication Disability Centre and Postgraduate Coordinator at The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. She completed her undergraduate degree in speech pathology at The University of Queensland but then completed her Ph.D. in the Stroke Research Unit in Nottingham, UK. She has practiced as a speech pathologist both in Australia and the UK and founded the Australian Aphasia Association in 2000. She has published over 200 peer-reviewed journal articles, 26 book chapters, and 6 books; graduated 27 Ph.D. candidates and has had continuous nationally competitive research funding during her academic career. From 2009-2014, she led the NHMRC funded Australia-wide Centre for Clinical Research Excellence in Aphasia Rehabilitation.<br><br>In this episode you will:<br><br>Learn the complexity of effectiveness trials and how research and clinical practice go together;<br>Understand the importance of relationship-centered care and the power of authentic relationships;<br>Learn the origins of the living successfully with aphasia movement;<br>Appreciate the negative impact mood has on aphasia outcomes and the important role speech-language pathologists have in preventing depression.
|State||Published - May 1 2018|
|Event||Episode 23: Relationship-centered care to implementation science - A conversation with Dr. Linda Worrall - Morganstown NJ|
Duration: May 1 2018 → May 31 2018