During this episode, Dr. Katie Strong, Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Central Michigan University talks with Dr. Natalie Douglas from Central Michigan University implementation science and how this applies to aphasia practice.<br><i>Natalie Douglas is Lead Collaborator at Practical Implementation Collaborative, an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders at Central Michigan University, and an Editor at the Informed SLP. She completed her B.S. and M.A. degrees at Ohio University and after a decade of clinical practice as a speech-language pathologist in hospital and long-term care environments, she completed her Ph.D. at the University of South Florida. Her work aims to advance best, person-centered practices in communication and quality of life interventions for people with dementia, aphasia and other acquired communication disorders in adults. She additionally aims to empower local healthcare and educational teams to support best practices, quality improvement initiatives and person-centered care through applying principles of implementation science.</i><br><b>In this episode you will: </b><br>Learn about what implementation science is and how this applies to aphasia practice Hear about how using an implementation lens can lead to better outcomes with clients and families. Learn about Sam, the Bocce player, his sauce, and the importance of a person-centered approach to care in people living with dementia.
|State||Published - Jun 1 2021|
|Event||Episode 72: Implementation science, aphasia, and sauce: A conversation with Natalie Douglas - Moorestown, NJ USA|
Duration: Jun 1 2021 → Jun 30 2021