2012 Research Symposium 2012 Research Symposium

A yearly event at the ASHA Convention is the Research Symposium, where current, theme-focused research is presented by experts.

Symposium Topic

Measuring Rehabilitation Outcomes Using Large-Scale Datasets

Symposium Presentations

View videos of the narrated presentations:

Outcomes Measurement and Interdisciplinary Cooperation in Health Care Reform

  • The Role of Outcomes Measurement in Health Care Reform by Margaret Rogers
  • The Influence of Evidence-Based Practice on Policy Decisions by Gary Ulicny
  • ASHA’s National Outcomes Measurement System by Rob Mullen

Common Data Elements and Large-Scale Outcomes Measurement Databases

  • The NIH-Toolbox and PROMIS by Karon Cook
  • The Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation by Kenneth Ottenbacher

Measuring Participation Outcomes

  • Measurement of Veteran's Participation by Linda Resnik
  • Measuring Participation Outcomes of Individuals With Communication Disorders by Kathryn Yorkston

Patient-Reported Outcomes and Goal Attainment Scaling

  • The Aphasia Communication Outcomes Measure by Patrick Doyle
  • A Clinically Meaningful Theory of Outcomes Measurement by Robert Massof

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