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Academics and Research

Role of AuD Practitioners in Research Collaborations

Clinical Research—It’s Relevant Audiologists are evidence-based practitioners. We are challenged to work in an evolving field with rapid advances in technology and changes in health care practices. It is imperative that clinicians remain abreast of current research in audiology to

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Academics and Research

Role of SLP Practitioners in Research Collaborations

Clinical Research—Considering Implementation as a Goal Evidence for the efficacy of assessments and treatments of communication disorders has increased over the years; so, too, has the need to learn how to move these protocols into practice. Investigators are becoming increasingly

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Academics and Research

Why the Time is Now for Research Reporting Guidelines

The conduct of biomedical research is highly resource intensive, but it is an effort deemed worthy of the expense because the end results—new knowledge, scientific evidence, and benefits to public health—can be trusted. Even when outright advances do not arise

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Academics and Research

Critical Issues in AuD Education

For as many years as I have been involved in education of audiology students, the curriculum has been “evolving,” as we like to say at Iowa. Early on, we defined our scope of practice and developed tests and tools of

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Academics and Research

Planning for the Future of the ASHA Scholarly Journals

Scholarly publishing is about 350 years old, dating back to 1665 with the publication of the propitiously titled Philosophical transactions: Giving some accompt [account] of the present understandings, studies, and labours of the ingenious in many considerable parts of the

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