PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE
 

Setting the Stage for the Standards
 
 

Council of Academic Programs
in
Communication Sciences and Disorders
 

2001

Sarasota, Florida
April 4 - 6, 2001
 
 
 

Edited by
Patricia Hargrove
Richard McGuire
Colleen O’Rourke
Wayne Swisher





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COUNCIL OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
IN
COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS

P. O. Box 26532
Minneapolis, MN 55426
(612) 920-0966
 
 

President
Chair, Executive Board

Patrick J. Carney, Ph.D.
University of Tennessee

Executive Board

President-Elect
John M. Hanley, Ph.D.
Western Michigan University
VP for Research and Academic Development
D. Kimbrough Oller, Ph.D.
University of Maine
Past President
Elaine M. McNiece, Ed.D.
University of Central Arkansas
VP for Professional Development
R. Jane Lieberman, Ph.D.
University of Central Florida
Secretary
Richard E. Talbott, Ph.D.
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
VP for Communications
Patricia M. Hargrove, Ph.D.
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Treasurer
Malcolm R. McNeil, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh
VP for Standards and Ethics
John Saxman, Ph.D.
Columbia University-Teachers College


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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2001 CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

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PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP FOR PROGRAM DIRECTORS, CLINIC DIRECTORS, AND FACULTY
Moving Towards Evidence-Based Practice in Communication Sciences and Disorders

A. M. Jette  

Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice

A. M. Jette

 

Tanya Gallagher  

Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice in Communication Sciences and Disorders Coursework and Practicum

Tanya Gallagher

 

 

2001 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Setting the Stage for Standards

R. J. Lieberman  

Welcoming Remarks

R. J. Lieberman

 

Patrick J. Carney  

Presidential Address

Patrick J. Carney

 

 


ISSUE I—The New Standards: A Tutorial

Theodore Glattke  

Moving Toward the New Standards

Theodore Glattke

 

Arlene Carney  

Overview and Comparison of Old and New Standards: An Opportunity for Innovation and Change in Curriculum and Practicum

Arlene Carney

 

Mariana Newton  

The New Certification Standards: An Opportunity for Innovation and Change in Curriculum and Practicum

Mariana Newton

 

 


ISSUE II—The New Standards: Impact on Curriculum in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Theresa Chisolm, Stephanie Davidson, Jay Lubinsky, Elaine Stathopoulos


Implications of the New Standards for Curriculum and Evaluation in a Doctor of Audiology Program

Theresa Chisolm

Stephanie Davidson  

The New Standards: Impact On The Audiology Curriculum

Stephanie Davidson

 

Jay Lubinsky  

The New Standards’ Impact on Curriculum: Making Curricular Choices

Jay Lubinsky

 

Elaine Stathopoulos  

The New Standards’ Impact on Curriculum: Making Curricular Choices

Elaine Stathopoulos

 

 


ISSUE III—The New Standards: Impact on Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Scott Griffiths, Sue Hale, Deborah King, Elena Kleifges

Sue Hale  

The New Standards and Skills Outcomes

Sue Hale

 

Formative Assessment and Clinical Practicum

Deborah King

Notes from Discussion Groups

 

 


EMERGING ISSUES

The ASHA Scope of Practice in Speech-Language Pathology

Nicholas Bankson

Moving Toward 2007: Planning for Clinical Doctoral Education in Audiology

Richard Hurtig and James Mahshie

Infusion of Genomics into the Communication Sciences and Disorders Curriculum

Lemmietta McNeilly

 

 


ACADEMIC AND CLINICAL EXCHANGES

Successful Management of a Communication Sciences and Disorders Program

Nicholas Bankson and John Ferraro

Appointment and Promotion Systems for Clinical Educators

Susan Bartlett, Gail Chermak, Brenda Robinson, and Barbara Weinrich

Criteria for Reappointment, Promotion, and Merit for Clinical Faculty

Susan Bartlett

Guidelines for the Appointment and Promotion of Clinical Faculty: Washington State University

Gail Chermak

Appointment and Promotion Systems for Faculty in the Department of Allied Health Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Brenda Everett Robinson

Appointment and Promotion system for Clinical Educators: Miami University

Barbara Weinrich

Everything you Wanted to Know about the PRAXIS Examinations in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Dolores Battle and Barbara Shadden

Aligning Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders with the Demands of Today's Workplace

Janet Brown, Betsy Vinson, and Kathleen Whitmire

Preparing Our Student for Professional Practice in the Schools

Kathleen Whitmire

Looking to 2003: The New Standards and Professional Practice in Health Care

Janet Brown

Bringing the University Clinic in the Real World

Betsy Vinson

Organizing and Improving Clinical Education Programs

Elizabeth Gavett

Creative Strategies for Recruiting Doctoral Students

Richard Hurtig, Charles Madison, Elaine Stathopoulos

Creative Strategies for Recruitment of Doctoral Students: An Overview

Richard Hurtig

The Speech-Language Pathology Doctorate--Pursue, Not Pursue, and Not Complete: The Reasons Why

Charles L. Madison, Barbara Guy, and Melissa Koch

Creative Strategies for Recruiting Doctoral Students: The University at Buffalo, SUNY

Elaine Stathopoulos

Mentoring Diverse Faculty in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Linda I. Rosa-Lugo, Kenyatta Rivers, Tempii Champion, Nancy Mahecha, and Lemmietta McNeilly

The Challenge of Managing Off-Campus Practicum

Ruth Peaper

Innovative Strategies for Recruitment and Retention Of Minority Students in Communication Sciences and Disorders Programs

Noma Anderson, Donna Geffner, Celia Hooper, and Janice Wright

Innovative Strategies for Recruitment and Retention Of Minority Students in Communication Sciences and Disorders Programs: An Overview

Donna Geffner, Celia Hooper, Janice Wright, Noma Anderson

Possible solutions: Perspectives for the ASHA Group on Mentoring

Celia Hooper

Student Issues and Concerns

Janice M. Wright

Roles and Responsibilities of Academic Programs

Noma Anderson

On-Line Instruction in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Robert Fox

 

 


HONORS AND AWARDS

Award Of The Singular Thomson Scholarship For Technology Innovation To Mr. Yaser Natour

Patrick Carney

Award for Distinguished Contributions to Tess Kirsch

Steve Oshrin

Award of Appreciation to Denny Nash

Linda Petrosino

Award of Appreciation to Charles E. Speaks

Rosalind Scudder

Special Distinguished Service Award to Joel Stark

Rosalind Scudder

Honors to John Ferraro

Steve Oshrin

 

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM COMMITTEE

R. Jane Lieberman, Chair

James J. Mahshie, Assistant Chair

Vicki McCready, Clinic Director Representative

Susan Bartlett, Clinic Director Representative

Frances Laven, Office Staff

  Program Committee Members


 
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