Research Career Development Sessions at the ASHA Convention

Are you thinking about pursuing a PhD or looking for guidance on how to succeed in a research career? There are typically several research career development sessions at ASHA Convention, such as the following 2022 ASHA Convention offerings:

Thinking About a PhD? Information Session for Prospective Doctoral Students
Session # 1030L
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Thursday, November 17

Prospective doctoral students will have the opportunity to listen to and ask questions of an expert panel discussing important factors to consider when selecting a PhD program and competencies needed for success.

Building Research to Close the Science-Practice Gap in Communication Sciences and Disorders: A Global Perspective
Session #MC06
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Thursday, November 17

Presenting Authors: Pamela Enderby, Danielle Glista, Sharynne McLeod, and Holly Storkel

This in-person master class, developed by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation, is free and not ticketed. The session will focus on a global perspective to improve evidence-based practices in Communication Sciences and Disorders through research. A panel of international scholars will share their ideas about closing the science-practice gap. Panel members will present the state of evidence-based practice in their countries and discuss the need for research that addresses closing the science-practice gap. The session will include an opportunity for discussion among panel members and the audience to problem solve the state of the art in CSD. This inaugural international symposium is supported by the ASHFoundation through its endowed Max D. and Ruth Steer Fund.

Any onsite Convention attendee may attend this free session supported by the ASHFoundation. No separate ticket or registration is required.

Reframing Your Thinking to Teach Evidence-Based Assessment
Session #: 2127V

Learn about a new instructional model on evidence-based assessment that is being developed by ASHA's Clinical Research, Implementation Science, and Evidence-Based Practice (CRISP) committee.

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