In this session, we defined and discussed the knowledge to action cycle and how it is relevant to the field of speech-language pathology. We also discussed how behavior changes and why clinical behavior change is important in a variety of settings. In addition, we explored various approaches to becoming a savvy consumer and how to analyze the information you are consuming.
- Describe the knowledge to action cycle
- Discuss behavior change at the level of the individual and the organization as it relates to the research-to-practice gap
- Describe methods to savvily consume information for actionable benefit for all parties
Natalie Douglas Financial Disclosures: Dr. Douglas receives a salary from Central Michigan University and The Informed SLP; She also receives book royalties from Plural Publishing and has research funding from The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation.
Natalie Douglas Non-Financial Disclosures: Dr. Douglas has no non-financial relationships to disclose.
Kate Grandbois financial disclosures: Kate is the owner / founder of Grandbois Therapy + Consulting, LLC and co-founder of SLP Nerdcast.
Kate Grandbois non-financial disclosures: Kate is a member of ASHA, SIG 12, and serves on the AAC Advisory Group for Massachusetts Advocates for Children. She is also a member of the Berkshire Association for Behavior Analysis and Therapy (BABAT), MassABA, the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) and the corresponding Speech Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis SIG.
Amy Wonkka financial disclosures: Amy is an employee of a public school system and co-founder for SLP Nerdcast.
Amy Wonkka non-financial disclosures: Amy is a member of ASHA, SIG 12, and serves on the AAC Advisory Group for Massachusetts Advocates for Children.
10 MIN Introductions and Backgrounds
15 MIN Knowledge to action cycle
10 MIN Behavior change at individual level
10 MIN Behavior change at organizational level
10 MIN Describe methods to savvily consume info for actionable benefit for all parties
5 MIN Closing, Discussion and Questions
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Michie, S., Van Stralen, M. M., & West, R. (2011). The behaviour change wheel: a new method for characterising and designing behaviour change interventions. Implementation Science, 6(1), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1186/1748-5908-6-42
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