American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Researcher Resources

Upcoming Events
Includes upcoming research conferences

Research Databases
Online databases and other tools are helpful for literature searches, experiment preparation, and more

Grantsmanship
Resources from ASHA, funding agencies, and other sources provide tips on preparing grant proposals and the peer review process

Manuscript Writing
Resources from ASHA and other sources provide the requirements for publication in ASHA journals, including recognized reporting standards, and general tips on manuscript writing

Ethics in Research
Resources from ASHA, NIH, and other sources provide information on ethical guidelines, human subject protection, and the Institutional Review Board (IRB) process

Surveying ASHA Members for Research Purposes
Available means for students and faculty who are interested in surveying members and/or affiliates of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

More Researcher Resources

Statistics
Resources on general statistics, and statistics used in clinical practice research for assessment evaluation, group designs and single subject designs

Interdisciplinary Collaborations
Modules that introduce fundamental issues involved in establishing and maintaining research collaborations

Incidence and Prevalence
General population incidence and prevalence figures on speech, language, voice, and hearing disorders, as well as special populations that may be served by speech-language pathologists and/or audiologists

Outcome Measurement Modules for Students
Four educational modules that include PowerPoint presentations with notes, videos, and worksheets developed by the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Washington University, and the University of Illinois at Chicago

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