222 • 2018 ASHA CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK As of July 31, 2018 DAY/TIME/ LOCATION/ ROOM SESSION/ AREA/ CONTENT/ LEVEL/TYPE TITLE/ AUTHOR(S) ABSTRACT SA 3:00PM-3:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech D 4097 GI HLC Introductory Prof Educ Health Literacy, Patient Care & Graduate Education Shannon Palmer, Central Michigan U; Lindsay Bitterman, Central Michigan U Health literacy is an emerging health concern. Poor health literacy can negatively affect health outcomes. It is important that clinicians understand health literacy and its impact on proper patient care. Training clinical students to use an appropriate health literacy level can be challenging. This session will discuss how health literacy influences our care and strategies for working with clinical students. SA 1:00PM-1:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech C 4098 AUD HTVS Advanced Prof Educ Withdrawn Audiometric Surveillance Strategy in the US Air Force Daniel Williams, US Air Force; Elizabeth McKenna, US Air Force Routine surveillance and reporting are necessary in hearing loss prevention programs to ensure noise-induced injuries are minimized. The US Air Force employs a risk based model to audiometric monitoring and uses a combination of traditional and evolving metrics to assess outcomes. SA 2:30PM-3:00PM Westin, Galleria Tech A 4099 GI IDHT Intermediate Prof Educ Utilization of Heat Moisture Exchangers (HMEs) in the Post-Operative Laryngectomy Popluation Kathleen Moran-Donocoff, Fox Chase Cancer Ctr; Barbara Ebersole, Fox Chase Cancer Ctr Heat and moisture exchangers (HME) have been proven an effective means of airway humidification as well as pulmonary rehabilitation following total laryngectomy. However, in the immediate post-operative period, external tracheal humidification via trach collar remains the standard of care. We present our experience implementing a patient safety/quality improvement initiative implementing HME cassette use during the acute post-laryngectomy hospital stay. SA 5:00PM-5:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech C 4100 GI IDHT Intermediate Prof Educ Documenting Outside the Checkbox: A look at Challenges & Successes in a Network-wide EMR Overhaul Sara Reilly Penrod, Spaulding Rehab Network; Amy Lewis, Spaulding Rehab Network; Julia Haffer, Spaulding Rehab Network In a time when efficiency of documentation and productivity are increasingly imperative, what are the impacts of an EMR? Can we capture the gray areas of speech-language pathology with checkboxes without standardization of terminology in the field? Does increased use of templates limit clinical growth and critical thinking? Join us for a thorough discussion of this hot topic. SA 1:30PM-2:00PM Westin, Galleria Tech A 4101 GI IPC Intermediate Prof Educ Improving Patient Care Through Interdisciplinary Collaboration & Caregiver Involvement Jeana Kaplan, MGH; Amanda Copeland, MGH; Melissa Ghiringhelli, MGH; Michelle Pollard, MGH; Anya Maloney, MGH; Kay Seligsohn, MGH This presentation will review the benefits of interdisciplinary collaborations in providing comprehensive patient-care in an outpatient setting. Two clinical models will be showcased. Topics will include how the clinic was developed, who participates, how patients are identified, and the benefits for both providers and patients. Information provided will enable clinicians to develop similar programs in their respective settings. SA 2:30PM-3:00PM Westin, Galleria Tech B 4102 GI IPC Intermediate Prof Educ Implementation of an Interprofessional Education Curriculum Mapped to the IPEC (2016) Core Competencies Craig Slater, Boston U; Michelle Mentis, Boston U There are practice, professional and accreditation drivers for the inclusion of IPE in MS-SLP curricula. This presentation will briefly discuss these drivers, as well as the curricular considerations when implementing IPE. The focus, however, will be to present an IPE curriculum that has been implemented at one college which involves online learning, face-to-face activities and co-curricular opportunities. SA 8:00AM-8:30AM Westin, Galleria Tech E 4103 SLP LLCA Intermediate Prof Educ Social-media Meets Pragmatic Language Intervention in the Digital Age - What it Means to the SLP Bunnie Schuler, Adelphi U; Christina Rodriguez, NYCDOE; Donna Geffner, Private Practice This session will revisit and review methods which encompass social media (Facebook; Twitter) and modern digital platforms (Youtube; texting) embedded into treatment targeting the development of communication acts, conversation and narrative skills in addition to facilitating understanding of social inference and social adaptation. Effective intervention must embody the relevant contexts of today. SA 8:30AM-9:00AM Westin, Galleria Tech E 4104 SLP LLCA Introductory Prof Educ Facilitating Communication Skills Through Community Service Engagement Theresa Dawson, BrainLink Lab As Speech Language Pathologists, we teach skills that ultimately allow individuals to form connections, build social relationships and contribute to their community. Engaging those with different abilities in community service allows for development of communication and leadership skills, while providing opportunities for empowerment and building self-esteem. This presentation will describe a model of intervention in the context of community engagement. SA 9:00AM-9:30AM Westin, Galleria Tech E 4105 SLP LLCA Intermediate Prof Educ How to Navigate Varied Terminology & Make Evidence-Based Decisions for Children With Unexplained Language Disorders Nicole Marie Magaldi, William Paterson U; Kristen Victorino, William Paterson U Various terms are used to describe children with unexplained language problems and there is little consistency between the labels used in research and clinical practice. This lack of agreement creates significant roadblocks for the successful employment of evidence based practice. This presentation addresses these issues and provides clinician guidelines for navigating varied terminology and successfully making evidence-based decisions. SA 9:00AM-9:30AM Westin, Galleria Tech F 4106 SLP LDA Intermediate Research Observational & Self-Report Measures of Social Engagement During an Intergenerational Exercise Program in Nursing Homes Lauren Stevens, Western Kentucky U; Jean Neils- Strunjas, Western Kentucky U; K. Crandall, Western Kentucky U; Megan Smetana, Murray St U; Janice Smith, Western Kentucky U Maintaining social engagement, a connection to other people, is vital to healthy aging; therefore, assessments of social engagement are needed. We developed the Fun and Social Engagement Evaluation (FUSE) and measured the same residents during a health promotion program, Bingocize®, with and without intergenerational programing. This session will provide participants with experience using the FUSE to rate a video-recorded interaction.