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2012 Global Summit Proceedings

Sustaining Global Alliances

Newport Beach, California
April 18-21, 2012
Edited By Mark DeRuiter
©No part of this publication may be reproduced in any manner, except for brief quotations. Requests for permission to duplicate papers should be forwarded to the Vice President for Communications.

CAPCSD Board of Directors
2011-2012

President
Michael Kimbarow
San Jose State University
President-Elect
Kenn Apel
The Florida State University
Past President
Brooke Hallowell
Ohio University
Secretary
Neil DiSarno
Missouri State University
Treasurer
Melody Harrison
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Vice President for Communications
Judith Vander Woude
Calvin College
Vice President for Professional Development
Mark DeRuiter
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
Vice President for Research & Academic Development
Craig Champlin
University of Texas – Austin
Vice President for Standards & Credentials
Michael Flahive
Saint Xavier University
Vice President for Student Development
Richard Hurtig
University of Iowa

April 18-21, 2012 • Newport Beach Marriott Hotel • Newport Beach, CA
April 17-20, 2013 • Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak • Phoenix, AZ
April 9-12, 2014 • Renaissance Hotel • Orlando, FL


Conference Presentations

Welcome and Introduction to the Global Summit

Brooke Hallowell, Ohio University; Chair, CAPCSD Global Outreach Committee
Welcome to the Global Summit


Plenary Session 1
An Overview of Higher Education in CSD from Diverse Countries and Regions

Australia: Lindy McAllister, The University of Sydney, Australia [PPT]

Brazil: Fernanda Dreux M. Fernandes, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil [DOC] [PPT]

Canada: Valter Ciocca, University of British Columbia, Canada [PPT]

Caribbean: Kathy-Ann Drayton, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and
Tobago [PPT]

Greece: Voula C. Georgopoulos, Technological Educational Institute of Patras,
Greece [PPT]

India: Jayashree Bhat, Kasturba Medical College and M. Jayaram National Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience and Indian Speech and Hearing Association, India [PPT]

Iran: Maryam Kamal Khaledi, Ohio State University, USA [PPT]

Israel: Liat Kishon-Rabin, Tel-Aviv University, Israel [PPT]

Korea: Hyanghee Kim, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea [PPT]

Malaysia: Kartini Ahmad, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia [PPT] [PDF] [DOC]

New Zealand: Michael Robb, University of Canterbury, New Zealand [PPT]

South Africa: Claire Penn, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa [PPT]

Sweden: Janis Lee van Doorn, Umeå University, Sweden [PPT] [PDF]

Thailand: Krisna Lertsukprasert, Mahidol University, Thailand [PPT] PDF]

Vietnam: Giang Phan, Vietnam [PPT]


Plenary Session 2
Going Global with Related Professional Organizations: Information Sharing and Opportunities

American Academy of Audiology (AAA): Therese Walden, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, USA; AAA President [PPT]

International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP): Tanya M. Gallagher, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; IALP President

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA): Shelly Chabon, Portland State University; ASHA President

Asia Pacific Society for the Study of Speech, Language, and Hearing (APSSSLH): Michael Robb, University of Canterbury, New Zealand; APSSSLHA President


Plenary Session 3
What the WHO World Report on Disability Tells Us We Should be Teaching our Students About Disabilities Around the World

Dolores E. Battle, Buffalo State College, USA [PPT]


Plenary Session 4
Engaging US Students and Faculty Members in International Service

Catherine J. Crowley, Teachers College Columbia, University, USA [PPT]
Rebecca O. Weaver, Harding University, USA
Daniel C. Tullos, Harding University, USA
Claudia Meyer, Portland State University, USA


Workshops

A Primer for North Americans teaching and Working in CSD Programs Outside of North America

Vicki A. Reed, James Madison University, USA; Lynn K. Flahive, Texas Christian University, USA [PDF]
Carol Koch, Rockhurst University, USA; Henry L. Lew, University of Hawaii, USA

Fostering and Assessing Students’ Intercultural Competency

Claire Penn, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa [PPT]
Jacqueline Guendouzi, Southeastern Louisiana University, USA

Internationalizing CSD Curricula

Michelle Lincoln, The University of Sydney, Australia [PDF]
Lindy McAllister, The University of Sydney, Australia

Developing CSD Educational Collaborations in China

Dianne Meyer, Rush University Medical Center, USA [PDF]
Patricia McCarthy, Rush University Medical Center, USA
Richard K. Peach, Rush University Medical Center, USA
Emily Wang, Rush University Medical Center, USA

A Primer on CSD Academic and Research Collaborations in India

N. Shivashankar, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, India
Dr. Jayashree S. Bhat, Kasturba Medical College, India [PPT]

Collaboration in India – M. Jayaram

Educating Students to Serve Multilingual Populations

José Centeno, St. John’s University, USA
Raquel T. Anderson, Indiana University, USA [DOC] [PPT]

The Development And Implementation of Compass: Competency Based Assessment in Speech Pathology

Sue McAllister, The Flinders University of South Australia, Australia [PDF]
Michelle Lincoln, The University of Sydney, Australia
Alison Ferguson, The University of Newcastle, Australia

Compass Handout 1  |   Compass Handout 2

Strategic Capacity Building for the CSD Professions in China

Margaret Rogers, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, USA [PPT]
Ruth Bentler, University of Iowa, USA
Bo Liu, Capital Medical University and Tongren Hospital, Beijing, China
Li Xu, Ohio University, USA
Linda Louko, University of Iowa, USA [PDF]
Brooke Hallowell, Ohio University, USA [PDF]

International Online Services for Aphasia: Clients, Clinicians, Supervisors, and Students

William Connors, The Aphasia Center of Innovative Treatment, Inc., USA [PPT]
Pushpa Ramachandran, The Aphasia Center of Innovative Treatment, Inc., USA


Posters – Not Individual countries

Challenges, pitfalls, and joys of a US-Russian aphasia research collaboration

Maria V. Ivanova, Center of Speech Pathology and Neurorehabilitation and National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia and Brooke Hallowell, Ohio University, USA [PDF]

Critical Survival Skills in International Collaboration: Lessons Learned from a Japanese Program

Keiko Khoo, Loma Linda University, USA and Paige Shaughnessy, Loma Linda University, USA [PDF]

Engaging students in service in Ghana

Catherine J. Crowley, Teachers College, Columbia University, USA [PPT]

A six-week graduate practicum and seminar in Zambia

Rebecca O. Weaver, Harding University, USA
Daniel C. Tullos, Harding University, USA

A Clinical collaboration and exchange program in Ecuador

Claudia Meyer, Portland State University [PPT]

An overview of the Asia Pacific Education Collaboration in Speech Language Pathology (APEC SLP)

Sue McAllister, The Flinders University of South Australia, Australia [PDF]
Michelle Lincoln, The University of Sydney, Australia

SIG 17: Global Perspectives in Higher Education

Marlene Salas-Provance, New Mexico State University; Chair, ASHA SIG 17 [PPT]

First do no harm: Asking tough ethical questions of students and faculty members engaged in global outreach, education, and research

Brooke Hallowell, Ohio University, USA [PDF]

Primer on working with Muslim students, faculty members, and clients

Wafaa Kaf, Missouri State University, USA, Hassan El Garras, Missouri State University, USA and Mohamed Abdelhakiem, Missouri State University, USA [PDF]

Aphasiology in Russia – who should be taking the lead?

Anatoliy A. Skvortsov, National Research University Higher School of Economics and Center of Speech Pathology and Neurorehabilitation, Russia
Maria V. Ivanova, Center of Speech Pathology and Neurorehabilitation; National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia [PDF]
Olga V. Dragoy, Moscow Research Institute of Psychiatry; National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia


Global Summit Display Tables

Erasmus Mundus International Master’s Program in Clinical Linguistics

Roelien Bastiaanse, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Developing a clinical-academic network to facilitate clinical experience for nonnative speakers: Would you like to get involved?

Ann Michael, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, USA

National Aphasia Association outreach: Global connections for learning about and serving people with aphasia

Ellayne Ganzfried [PPT]


The Council appreciates the generous support from the 2012 Annual Conference sponsors and exhibitors.

2012 List of Sponsors/Exhibitors

Academy Solutions
American Academy of Audiology
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association – Council of Academic Accreditation
American Speech -Language-Hearing Association–Continuing Education
American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation
Blue Tree Publishing
Calipso, LLC
Certified Background
The Cognitive Press
Delmar, Cengage Learning
EBS Healthcare
Iris Technologies, Inc. dba Landro
Jones & Bartlett Learning
KayPentax
Master Clinician Network
National Aphasia Association
National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Paragon Development Systems (PDS)
Pearson Allyn & Bacon/Merrill
Plural Publishing
Primal Pictures, Ltd.
Westlove Culture and Color
Acknowledgements: The Council wishes to thank the 2012 CAPCSD Conference Planning Committee: Mark DeRuiter, Larry Molt, Jennifer Taylor and Paige Shaughnessy