Nov 10, 2020
Jerry Hoepner, a faculty member in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, speaks with our guest Dr. Louise Keegan about her work and the application of the LPA to serving persons with traumatic brain injuries.
We're fortunate to have a conversation about her work and the application of the LPA to serving persons with traumatic brain injuries. Dr. Keegan is the founding program director of the Master of Science in speech language pathology program at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Her primary research focuses on identifying the linguistic skills of individuals with cognitive communication disorders after traumatic brain injury. She employs various linguistic analysis methods to investigate the communication, strengths and skills of this population, and also examines optimal treatment approaches for the communication cognitive communication difficulties experienced after a brain injury. In addition to clinical research, Dr. Keegan also conducts research in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning one of my favorites, as related to the areas of clinical education, experiential learning, and problem-based learning. Dr. Kagan has numerous peer reviewed publications has received funding from the American Speech Language Hearing Association and has presented her work at many national and international conversation conferences.
In today’s episode you will: