CAPCSD offers webinars throughout the year designed for administrators, faculty, and Ph.D. students.
We are pleased to announce the spring 2020 webinar schedule: Conflict Resolution for Administrators; Teaching Evidence-Based Practice; and Mentoring Ph.D. Students. A recording of the webinars is provided to everyone who registers, even if they cannot attend at the time the webinar is offered. ASHA CEUs are available for registrants who attend the webinars at the scheduled time. Webinars are provided for CAPCSD members and non-members.
The cost for each webinar is as follows:
- CAPCSD Member $25
- CAPCSD Affiliate Member $35
- CAPCSD Non-Member $35
More information and registration is available below.
Interested in integrating evidence based practice (EBP) into your course or curriculum, but not sure where to start? This webinar will provide an overview of EBP, an in-depth examination of Systematic Reviews (SRs), and examples of delivering EBP into both the curriculum and coursework. Attendees will be introduced to the EBP process, including: a review of the Population, Intervention, Comparison and Outcome (PICO) framework and other variations to forming a clinical question; the hierarchy of evidence, literature searches, including clinical search filters in PubMed; and critical appraisal. Special attention will be given to SRs, considered one of the highest levels of evidence. This webinar will provide an introduction to the different types of SRs (narrative, scoping, meta-analysis, etc.)and the SR process (define, search, select, code and write) while positioning the SR as a central tool for integrating EBP into the classroom and curriculum. Finally, the webinar will provide examples of how libraries and librarians can partner with SLP colleagues to further enhance and integrate EBP into the classroom and curriculum. Specific cases will be used to illustrate how a librarian can provide expert EBP support in the classroom and conduct curricular reviews and mapping projects to enhance programs at the curricular level.
- Describe the elements of evidence-based practice
- Describe the elements of Systematic Reviews and how it can be used in the classroom.
- Describe at least one way to integrate evidence-based practice into the classroom and curriculum.
Conflicts are common in any group of people trying to get something done. The ability of academic administrators to successfully resolve conflict is essential. The presenter will teach an approach to conflict resolution, using this approach as a performance feedback tool, and communicating with a superior with whom you have a conflict.
- Understand a behavioral approach to conflict resolution
- Apply the approach in a case
- Utilize the approach for performance feedback, and for communicating with a superior
Serving as an excellent mentor to Ph.D. students is crucial for the future of our discipline. Many of us can think of examples of both "good" and "bad" mentoring from our own graduate education experiences. However, there are strategies for mentorship that should be considered regardless of our past. This webinar addresses questions such as: How does good mentorship work? How do I promote good mentorship? And, what are some examples of good mentorship for Ph.D. students? Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and share strategies for success.
- Participants will list three examples of good mentorship in the field of Communication Sciences and Disorders
- Participants will list four ways to promote good mentorship within their own work
- Participants will discuss intergenerational influences on mentorship
This year, CAPCSD will award up to eight $20,000 scholarships for Ph.D. candidates pursuing an academic career in communication sciences and disorders. The scholarships are distributed to help doctoral students fund their dissertation research or other expenses during their final year of Ph.D. work.
CAPCSD's Vice President for Academic Affairs and Research Education and a 2018 recipient of a CAPCSD Ph.D. scholarship will address the applicant process and share experiences from successful applicants.
The deadline for Ph.D. applications is November 15, 2019, so be sure to join this webinar to learn how you can position yourself for one of these awards!
- List Ph.D. scholarship eligibility criteria.
- Describe at least three (3) components of a successful scholarship application.
- Characterize at least one (1) pitfall in writing a Ph.D. scholarship application.
NOTE: There are no CEUs awarded for watching the recording.