Connecting 988 and Occupational Therapy
AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel
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6d ago
Today we are joined by Virginia “Ginny” Stoffel and Lisa Mahaffey. Ginny and Lisa were instrumental in the 988 Nationwide mental health crisis and suicide prevention program. We discuss the 988 Suicide and Crisis lifeline, it's connection to occupational therapy, and principles and implications of 988 for occupational therapy practitioners across settings.  Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translation of research to practice by completing this one-minute survey:  https://forms.aota.org/forms/everyday_evidence_copy?PODCAST=Patient Reported Outcome Measures AOTA 988 ..read more
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Everyday Evidence: Interventions for Caregivers of People with Stroke
AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel
by AOTAs Occupational Therapy Channel
2w ago
On today's episode we speak with Dr. Mary Hildebrand and Dr. Amanda Mack about the Systematic Review addressing the question “What is the evidence for the effectiveness of interventions within the scope of occupational therapy practice for caregivers of people who have had a stroke that facilitate maintaining participation in the caregiver role?”.We discuss principles and implications of caregiver interventions and the evidenced related to their implementation to promote increased health and well-being for patients and caregivers.  Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translatio ..read more
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Everyday Evidence: Home and Environmental Modifications
AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel
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1M ago
On today's episode we speak with Dr. Susy Stark from Washington University in St. Louis about a grand round session for the Learning Health Systems Rehabilitation Research Network (LeaRRn) about environmental interventions for fall prevention titled “Designing Complex Behavioral Interventions for Implementation” she gave in January 2022. We discuss principles and implications of home and environmental modifications and the evidenced related to the implementation of modifications to reduce fall risk.  Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translation of research to practice b ..read more
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AOTA Billing and Documentation Discussion
AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel
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1M ago
On Today's episode we speak with Kelsey Berg, Clinical Operations Manager at Magellan Health and Gina Braswell, Senior Manager of Provider Relations at Magellan Health. They detail their roles in utilization review and share how they approach reviewing occupational therapy documentation and authorization requests. They share important recommendations for quality documentation and quality care.  Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translation of research to practice by completing this one-minute survey:  https://forms.aota.org/forms/everyday_evidence_copy?PODCAST=Patient Re ..read more
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AOTA Advocacy Discussion with Jill Tighe
AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel
by AOTAs Occupational Therapy Channel
2M ago
On Today's episode we speak with AOTA’s Grassroots and Political Action Committee Specialist Jill Tighe. Jill manages AOTA's Legislative Action Center and AOTA's Annual Advocacy Events. We discuss advocacy, policy, and hear recommendations on how to begin or continue to advocate for occupational therapy.  Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translation of research to practice by completing this one-minute survey:  https://forms.aota.org/forms/everyday_evidence_copy?PODCAST=Patient Reported Outcome Measures Additional Resources:  congress.gov AOTPAC aota.org/takeaction ..read more
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Everyday Evidence: The Multicontext Approach to Cognitive Rehabilitation
AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel
by AOTAs Occupational Therapy Channel
2M ago
On Today's episode we speak with Joan Toglia and Erin Foster about their new textbook, The Multicontext Approach to Cognitive Rehabilitation, along with research they've championed related to funcitonal cognition. They share clinical examples, implications, and recommendations for occupational therapy practitioners and any clinician working with people who have cognitive deficits.  Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translation of research to practice by completing this one-minute survey:  https://forms.aota.org/forms/everyday_evidence_copy?PODCAST=Patient Reported Outcom ..read more
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AOTA Presents Lead 360 with Amy Lamb and Sherry Keramidas
AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel
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3M ago
On Today's episode we speak with AOTA’s Executive Director, Sherry Keramidas and past AOTA President Amy Lamb. They outline the design and content development for the new Lead 360 program and share insights and recommendations for OT professionals.  Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translation of research to practice by completing this one-minute survey:  https://forms.aota.org/forms/everyday_evidence_copy?PODCAST=Patient Reported Outcome Measures Additional Resources:  Lead 360: aota.org/leaders ..read more
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Everyday Evidence: Shared Decision Making
AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel
by AOTAs Occupational Therapy Channel
4M ago
On Today's episode we discuss principles of shared decision making, client centered care, and evidence-based practice with Penny Moyers.  Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translation of research to practice by completing this one-minute survey:  https://forms.aota.org/forms/everyday_evidence_copy?PODCAST=Patient Reported Outcome Measures Additional Resources:  Ottowa Decision making forms: https://decisionaid.ohri.ca/ Talking Mats: http://adocproject.com/english ..read more
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Everyday Evidence: Student Initiated Journal Clubs on Fieldwork
AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel
by AOTAs Occupational Therapy Channel
4M ago
On today's Episode we speak with Ashley Efaw, a Clinical Assistant Professor and OT academic Fieldwork Coordinator at the University of Oklahoma. She outlines her recent study "Occupational Therapy Student-initiated journal clubs in pediatric fieldwork settings" and we discuss why journal clubs are important and how OT professionals can begin to implement them into their day to day practice.  Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translation of research to practice by completing this one-minute survey:  https://forms.aota.org/forms/everyday_evidence_copy?PODCAST=Patient Repo ..read more
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Everyday Evidence: Patient Reported Outcome Measures
AOTA's Occupational Therapy Channel
by AOTAs Occupational Therapy Channel
5M ago
On today's episode we discuss the patient-reported outcomes measurement information system (PROMIS) with Brocha Stern and Craig Velozo. We discuss what patient-reported outcomes measures are and head from our guests how to access, administer, score and use them within organizations and throughout clinical practice. Please help AOTA improve it's podcasts and the translation of research to practice by completing this one-minute survey:  https://forms.aota.org/forms/everyday_evidence_copy?PODCAST=patientreportedoutcomemeasures Additional resources: Health Measures Site: https://www.heal ..read more
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