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Earn your OT CEUs by listening for free to our episodes, then logging into the OT Potential Club to take a quiz and earn a certificate. In each episode, we discuss new OT-related research and invite an expert guest to pull out actionable takeaways. Perfect for occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants. Episodes are released every other week.
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The Preschool SLP

Kelly Vess, MA, CCC-SLP

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Are you an agent of change? Looking to create real, life-long change in your work and in yourself? Ready to turn your visions into reality? Looking to work smarter, not harder—and have lots of fun along the way? Every Thursday, join international author, researcher, and speaker Kelly Vess to put only the best research to work. Kelly covers effective, practical strategies for children AND therapists to thrive. You are a miracle. Your time here is short. Let’s make the most of it. Follow Kelly ...
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Evidence-Based Management

Center for Evidence-Based Management

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This podcast is a study companion to the course on Evidence-Based Management from the Center for Evidence Based Management and Carnegie Mellon University. Hosted by CEBMa Fellow and 20 year change management veteran Karen Plum, each episode is dedicated to exploring some of the challenges, opportunities, issues, frustrations and lightbulb moments associated with learning to be more evidenced-based in organisational decision making.
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Nursing Today

UW Continuing Nursing Education

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This lecture series features highly-rated talks by outstanding speakers who presented at University of Washington events. Earn contact hours as you listen to experts discuss healthcare trends, legal and professional issues, self-care, patient safety and best practice—with a focus on evidence-based nursing. UWCNE is proud to be accredited with distinction as a provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC).
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The Words Matter Podcast brings you insights, reflections and conversations focused on the latest evidence, theory, philosophy and practice of communication-focused healthcare. Find out about the more tacit, 'softer' and personal side of clinical practice such as the role of philosophy, beliefs, behaviours, developing therapeutic relationships or the purposeful use of language with people experiencing pain from expert academics, clinicians and researchers from across the world and spanning t ...
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The concept of “learning how to learn” focuses on meta-learning, which involves improving one’s own learning strategies. Instead of just absorbing information, meta-learners refine the skills that make learning itself more effective. Cognitive science supports various learning strategies by exploring how the brain processes information. Techniques …
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The research continues to grow, indicating multiple benefits of adding music to speech and language therapy. How can you add music to your speech therapy sessions today to improve? Let's dive in! Put research into practice today by joining the SIS Membership. Learn more about SIS here with this free, 30-minute workshop.…
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In episode 529 of Sigma Nutrition Radio, we discuss all things related to cholesterol, atherosclerosis, heart disease, and dietary fat. The discussion extensively covers the impact of LDL cholesterol and ApoB on atherosclerotic plaque progression, cardiovascular events, and the benefits of early LDL lowering interventions, particularly through the …
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If you have not been paying attention to recent statistics on drowning, you need to be. After decades of decline, deaths by drowning are on the rise. Groups already at higher risk have seen the greatest increases in drowning deaths. This includes adults ages 65 years and older of all races and ethnicities, as well as Black people of all ages. But t…
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How should you schedule your therapy to make the most out of limited time in the face of high caseloads? Let's dive into the research on sessions ranging from 5 minutes to one hour. How often should therapy be scheduled every week? What is optimal in terms of both session duration and frequency in treating speech sound disorders? Let's look at vari…
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The consumption of red meat, specifically the distinction between unprocessed and processed varieties, has been a subject of considerable debate in nutritional science and public health. There is a fair amount of confusion and lack of clarity surrounding this issue. While the harmful effects of processed meat are well-documented and less controvers…
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How can you use family photos to improve conversational speaking skills for preschoolers with autism? In this episode, we're diving into evidence-based strategies to educate parents on how to use family pictures to improve communication skills. Learn evidence-based strategies that you can adopt into your practice today. Ready to put research into i…
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Unfortunately, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Guidelines are rarely discussed in Speech-Language Pathology. However, they are absolute game-changers in engaging children and optimizing outcomes. Check out this episode to learn about UDLs and how you can incorporate them into your practice today. Download the UDL Guidelines here. Learn About th…
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Hypertension, commonly known as high blood pressure, is a silent yet prevalent health issue that affects millions of people worldwide. Often going unnoticed until significant damage has been done, hypertension can lead to severe cardiovascular complications if not properly managed. Mechanistically, the causes of hypertension are complex, involving …
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Functional neurological disorder (FND) has been called a “silent epidemic,” a “crisis” in neurology, and psychiatry’s “blind spot.” And, I have to admit it has been a huge personal blind spot for me. Luckily, others in the OT community have been hard at work standardizing care for these patients. Multidisciplinary treatment, including referral to O…
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What's causes workplace burnout? What can you do to stop it? Let's roll up our sleeves and figure this out together. P.S. If you're ready to do DSD (do something different) with educationally-rich activities 100% done-for-you every week, check out the SIS Membership 3 Intervention Secrets workshop. Join today and don't miss July and August bonus "H…
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Food science and behavior are intimately connected. One critical but often overlooked facet of this connection is food texture and its substantial impact on eating behavior and energy intake. Food texture encompasses characteristics such as hardness and structure. It categorizes food into liquids, semi-solids, and solids, each with a wide range of …
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Cholesterol-lowering medications, particularly statins, play a pivotal role in reducing low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) and apolipoprotein B (apoB) concentrations, which are causal markers in atherosclerosis development. The efficacy of these medications is well-documented, with numerous clinical trials demonstrating substantial benefit…
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The world desperately needs OT leaders. It needs leaders that can think holistically. It needs leaders that understand both individual level change and systems level change. It needs storytellers, collaborators, and compassionate thinkers. And, these are the qualities of an occupational therapy professional. Today, we’ll explore a paper on best pra…
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What does the largest ADHD research study indicate to be the five strengths of having ADHD? How can we use this information to empower those with ADHD? What are the next steps in understanding the strengths of neurodiversity? Let's dive into strengths that were reported from 200 individuals with ADHD. Make sure to bridge the latest research into pr…
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When aiming for healthy aging and reducing chronic disease risk over the lifecourse, exercise, specifically a combination of resistance training and cardiorespiratory fitness, has a fundamental role to play. In addition it can mitigate age-related declines and support independence in later years. A strong evidence base exists showing the benefits o…
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What does the meta-analytic research indicate about non-pharmacological treatments for ADD? Can they replace medication? Can they complement medication? Can they be used to lessen the dosage of medication? Let's dive into the latest research and explore options to discuss with your medical professional.…
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Contemporary society is witnessing a growing interest in, and embracing of, plant-based diets. Numerous athletes are now gravitating towards such dietary choices, motivated by concerns for health, performance or ethics. Consequently, coaches, nutritionists, and other fitness experts find themselves increasingly tasked with guiding athletes who adhe…
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When treating speech sound disorders, you can do everything right and still not have the expected results. This episode examines three challenges beyond speech that can prevent success in speech therapy. Check out this episode to learn how to overcome these obstacles for optimal results in treating speech delays. Don't delay and put 100% done-for-y…
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The Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ) stands as a cornerstone in nutritional research, offering valuable insights into dietary patterns and habits over a specified period. Despite its widespread use and established utility, the FFQ has not been immune to criticism, much of which arises from a misunderstanding of its purpose and inherent limitation…
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In a massive 53 page treatment guideline on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), the authors state: “Occupational therapists are the ideal therapeutic leaders in the functional restoration process…” And, go on to devote 2 pages to what this OT care can entail. In this one hour course, we’ll pull out important implications for OT practice from the…
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The latest research indicates that AAC intervention can be as effective remotely as in person for minimally speaking children with Autism. So, how do you do it? Let's explore five steps to put into practice today. -Check out the Telepractice in Speech-Language Therapy: The Use of Online Technologies for Parent Training and Coaching by Melinda Snodg…
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Links: Subscribe to Premium (15% off this week!) Download detailed study notes and episode transcript Go to episode page About This Episode: “Personalized nutrition” has been promoted as an approach that will improve people’s health by prescribing them specific dietary recommendations based on their own genetic and phenotypic data. The premise is t…
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What has research found to be eight barriers that keep us from growing? Let's dive in and discuss what we can do to overcome these barriers to innovate our practice today to create massive change. Bridge the latest research into practice every Sunday with my free newsletter Join the SIS Membership and put research into practice today.…
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The relationship between coffee and health is complex, encompassing areas like blood lipids, cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative diseases, anxiety, and depression. Coffee has an interesting nutrient profile and contains diverse bioactive compounds that influence metabolism. Coffee has a potential impact on cardiovascular disease risk, with me…
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In a rapidly changing world, we as OT professionals need collective mobilization like never before. But, it feels like our systems of advocacy are all underfunded and difficult to navigate. Against this backdrop, which can feel discouraging, I think it is critical to shine the light on what I consider one of the greatest OT triumphs of the past dec…
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Today, I'm going to share with you the latest research on how to make language sampling easier, more effective, and more efficient. We will focus on a super easy language sampling strategy you can use with young preschool to early elementary age today. Our special focus will be language sampling children who are minimally speaking with Autism. For …
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Links: Go to episode page Subscribe to Premium Join the Sigma email list Go to our recommended resources About This Episode: Have you ever wondered how exercise affects our appetite and energy intake? While we know that single bouts of exercise can create a short-term energy deficit, do they also influence our hunger levels? And what about long-ter…
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