The Research Symposium is an annual event at ASHA's Convention where clinicians and researchers discuss current research in communication sciences and disorders. Each year's symposium has a specific research theme.
Find out more about the Research Symposium at the ASHA Convention.
Health and Health Care Equity in Communication Disorders
Striving towards Equity in Healthcare for Persons with Communication Disabilities
Speaker: Megan Morris, PhD, MPH (University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus)
Behavioral Parent Training for Families With Children Who Are DHH and Followed in Hearing Healthcare
Speaker: Christina Studts, PhD, MSPH, LCSW (University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus)
Redesigning and Reframing Our Healthcare for Patients with a Hearing Loss
Speaker: Michael McKee, MD, MPH (University of Michigan/Michigan Medicine)
How Do Healthcare Providers Interact with Patients with Communication Disabilities? Disparities, Implications, and Future Directions
Speakers: Ryan Pollard, PhD (University of Colorado) and Megan Morris, PhD, MPH (University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus)
Reducing Inequities Among Persons with IDD and Communication Disorders through Participatory action: PATH-PWIDD Program
Speakers: Sarah H. Ailey PhD RN PHNA-BC CNE CDDN FAAN and Carole Schwartz MS OTR/L (Rush University)
Engaging Diverse Stakeholders in Achieving Equitable Healthcare for Persons with Communication Disabilities
Moderator: Megan Morris, PhD, MPH (University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus)
The Research Symposium at ASHA Convention is funded, in part, by a grant from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD).
Papers based on the 2021 Research Symposium were published in a Forum in the October 2022 issue of Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research (JSLHR) and are open access.