Evidence maps are intended to provide clinicians, researchers, clients, and caregivers with tools and guidance to engage in evidence-based decision making.
NOMS is a voluntary data collection system developed to illustrate the value of audiology and speech-language pathology services.
Tools and information for incorporating the principles of evidence-based practice into clinical decision making are provided to support high quality clinical care.
Survey reports provide information on a range of professional issues affecting audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and assistants.
Member data reports provide information on the number of ASHA members and affiliates. Employment and demographic data are presented, as well.
ASHA Academic Affairs and Research Education offers several research education, mentoring, and awards programs that aim to facilitate pursuing, launching, and advancing academic and research careers.
The Research Symposium is a full-day event of presentations on a single research theme. Supported in part by NIDCD, the event is captured in recordings and publications. Roundtables and other sessions offer additional learning opportunities on contemporary research topics.
Funding for research in communication sciences and disorders is available through ASHFoundation and other resources. ASHA also provides resources and support for preparing grants.