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Foundation-Focus-spring-summer-2013

Foundation Focus
This biannual publication has all of the latest news from the ASHFoundation, as well as feature articles about ASHFoundation award recipients. Find out how ASHFoundation support is helping to fund new research and our next generation of professionals. Stay current on ASHFoundation funding opportunities, events, donor opportunities and more. Call 301-296-8704 to receive a complimentary copy or view online.



The First Yes: Poems About Communicating

The First Yes: Poems About Communicating
This poetry anthology was released to commemorate the occasion of the Foundation's 50th anniversary. Edited by Barbara Goldberg, this beautiful gift book features work by Nobel Laureate Octavio Paz, the U.S. Poet Laureates Howard Nemerov, Rita Dove, Robert Haas, and others. William Meredith, awarded the 1994 National Council for Communication Disorders (NCCD) Annie Glenn Award for his brave battle with aphasia, is also highlighted.

The cover artwork is by acclaimed artist Jules Olitski, and back cover remarks are by actor and author James Earl Jones. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the book will be donated to the Foundation. Ideal for holiday gift giving or a treat for yourself, don't miss this opportunity to purchase this book at $16.50 plus shipping.

Order online or call 1-888-498-6699 to order by phone.

 

Research Mentorship Conference ProceedingsResearch Mentorship Conference Proceedings
Research Mentorship and Training in Communication Sciences and Disorders is a compendium of presentations featured during a 1993 program sponsored jointly by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation and the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.

The landmark conference addressed issues, strategies, and approaches that promote research mentorship across settings and disciplines. In these proceedings, individuals from academic, clinical, and research settings explore the most current information about mentoring and related research training data. The 207-page publication includes presentations from more than 20 leaders within and outside the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology.

This book will provide audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and professionals interested in or currently involved in research activities, with information to bridge science and practice and ultimately to encourage new scientists in their research efforts. Presentations include graphs and charts as well as references. A directory lists the names and addresses of the conference faculty.

View the entire publication online [PDF, 6.3MB].

 

Treatment Efficacy Conference ProceedingsTreatment Efficacy Conference Proceedings
Treatment Efficacy Research in Communication Disorders
is a 265-page compilation of keynote presentations, panel discussions, and data-based treatment studies featured during an American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation-sponsored conference conducted in San Antonio in 1989. 

The conference was dedicated entirely to the topic of treatment efficacy. For new researchers and established ones, the conference was created to provide an opportunity for intense discussions and to encourage an open exploration of the hard issues that face clinical researchers. The publication includes invited speaker presentations and data-based papers. It provides speech-language pathologists and audiologists with state-of-the-art information about treatment efficacy research conducted in a variety of speech, language, and hearing disorders.

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