PUBLICATIONS

If a publication is not open access, please contact Natalie Douglas for a copy.

A current CV is available here.

Hickey, E.M. & Douglas, N.F. (under contract to be released 2021). Evidence-based memory and communication strategies for dementia: A person-centered approach. Plural Publishing, Inc.

Douglas, N.F. & Smyth, D. (2020). Life participation for people with dementia. In Holland, A. & Elman, R. (Eds.)., Neurogenic Communication Disorders and the Life Participation Approach: The Social Imperative in Supporting Individuals and Families. Plural Publishing, Inc.

Douglas, N.F. (2020). When is group treatment a good fit for people with dementia? The ASHA Leader.

Ellwood, E.R., Sessa, J.A., Abraham, J.K., Budden, A.E., Douglas, N.F., Guralnick, R. et al. (2019). Biodiversity science and the 21st century workforce. BioScience,

Page, C., Howell, D., Douglas, N.F. (2019). Positive culture change in long-term care: a procedure to enhance speech-language pathologist-certified nursing assistant collaboration. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups

Douglas, N.F., Squires, K., Hinckley, J., Nakano, E.V. (2019). Narratives of expert speech-language pathologists: defining clinical expertise and supporting knowledge transfer. Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 3(2), 

Heuer, S., Douglas, N.F., Burney, T., Willer, R. (2019). Service-learning with older adults in care communities: Measures of attitude shifts in undergraduate students. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education. 

Douglas, N.F. & Affoo, R. (2019). Certified nursing assistants want to use external memory aids for residents with dementia: survey results within an implementation science framework. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 

Douglas, N.F. & Burshnic, V.L. (2019). Implementation science: tackling the research to practice gap in communication sciences and disorders. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups.

Hickey, E.M., Kinder, R., Khayum, B., Douglas, N.F., Bourgeois, M.S. (2018). Setting the stage for person-centered care: Intervention principles and practical considerations. In Hickey, E. & Bourgeois, M. (Eds.)., Dementia: person-centered assessment and intervention, 2nd edition. New York: Taylor & Francis.

Douglas, N.F., Hickey, E., Bourgeois, M. (2018). Professional and paraprofessional caregiver training and supervision. In Hickey, E. & Bourgeois, M. (Eds.)., Dementia: person-centered assessment and intervention, 2nd edition. New York: Taylor & Francis.  

Brush, J., Douglas, N.F., Bourgeois, M. (2018). Implementation of the Montessori philosophy in assisted living: positive outcomes and challenges. The Journal of Nursing Home Research Sciences, 4, 64-70. 

Douglas, N.F., Brush, J., Bourgeois, M. (2018). Person-centered, skilled services using a Montessori approach for persons with dementia. Seminars in Speech and Language, 39(3), 223-230.

Burshnic, V., Douglas, N.F., Barker, R. (2018). Employee attitudes toward aggression in persons with dementia: Readiness for wider adoption of person-centered frameworks. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing.

Campbell, W.N. & Douglas, N.F. (2017). Supporting evidence-based practice in speech-language pathology: A review of implementation strategies for promoting health professional behavior change. Evidence Based Communication Assessment & Intervention.  

Douglas, N.F. & Brush, J.A. (2017). Getting started with Montessori, Volume 2: It takes a team: empowering care partners to implement Montessori for aging and dementia. Chardon, OH: Brush Development.

Bourgeois, M., Brush, J., Douglas, N.F., Khayum, B., Rogalski, E. (2016). Will you still need me when I’m 64, or 84, or 104? The importance of SLPs in promoting the quality of life of aging adults in the U.S. into the future. Seminars in Speech and Language, 37(3), 185-200. DOI: 10.1055/s-0036-1583544

Douglas, N.F. (2016). Organizational context associated with time spent evaluating language and cognitive-communicative impairments in skilled nursing facilities: survey results within an implementation science framework. Journal of Communication Disorders, 60, 1-13.  

Douglas, N.F. & McDonald, K. (2016). Interprofessional care in the management of Alzheimer’s dementia: Leaving our silos. Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, 1(Part 3), 129-137. 

Douglas, N.F. (2016). Implementing dementia care best practices. In Johnson, P. (Ed.)., A clinician’s guide to successful evaluation and treatment of dementia. Gaylord, MI: Northern Speech Services.

Douglas, N.F. & Campbell, W. (August, 2016). Leveraging maximum impact from clinical research: The art and science of implementation. Access Academics & Research. 

VanDeMark, H., Bissell, L., Douglas, N. (July, 2016). Brain disease and the new me. The ASHA Leader, 72. 

https://doi.org/10.1044/leader.FPLP.21072016.72

Douglas, N.F., Campbell, W., Hinckley, J.J. (2015). Implementation science: buzzword or game changer. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 58, S1827-S1836. 

Hopper, T., Douglas, N.F., Khayum, B. (2015). Direct and indirect interventions for cognitive-communicative disorders of dementia. Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, 25, 142-157. 

Douglas, N.F., Hinckley, J.J., Haley, W.E., Andel, R., Chisolm, T.H., Eddins, A.C. (2014). Perceptions of speech-language pathologists linked to evidence-based practice use in skilled nursing facilities. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 23(4), 612-624. 

Hinckley, J.J. & Douglas, N.F. (2013). Treatment fidelity: Its importance and reported frequency in aphasia treatment studies. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 22, S279-S284.

Hallowell, B., Douglas, N., Wertz, R.T. & Kim, S. (2004). Control and description of visual   function in research on aphasia and related disorders. Aphasiology, 18 (5/6/7), 611-623.

Hinckley, J.J., Douglas, N., Goff, R., Nakano, E. (2013). Training partners to effectively support communication: What the clinician should do. In Simmons-Mackie, N., King, J., Beukelman, D. (Eds.), Supporting Communication for Adults with Acute & Chronic Aphasia (pp. 245-273). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing, Inc.