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Support National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month With the ASHA Journals

Support National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month With the ASHA Journals

Cleft and craniofacial conditions affect thousands of people in the United States every year. These conditions are frequently associated with speech and hearing disorders—and can even be life-threatening. In recognition ...
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Taking the Next Step: How to Join the ASHA Journals Editorial Board

Taking the Next Step: How to Join the ASHA Journals Editorial Board

Each summer, the ASHA Journals team begins the process of recruiting editors-in-chief (EICs), editors, and editorial board members (EBMs). EICs and editors serve 3-year terms. EBMs serve for 1 year, ...
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Submit Your Preprints to the ASHA Journals!

Submit Your Preprints to the ASHA Journals!

We’re happy to announce that ASHA Journals now welcome submission of manuscripts that have been released as preprints on a preprint server, individual website, or a required institutional repository. What ...
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June Is Aphasia Awareness Month and Dysphagia Awareness Month: Learn More With the ASHA Journals

June Is Aphasia Awareness Month and Dysphagia Awareness Month: Learn More With the ASHA Journals

The ASHA Journals cover such a variety of topics across the professions that, sometimes, it may be challenging to decide what to read next. This month, we’d like to highlight ...
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Celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month With the ASHA Journals: Clinicians Working With Adults

Celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month With the ASHA Journals: Clinicians Working With Adults

Although Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM) this year is different than anything in recent (or distant!) memory, we hope that you’re taking advantage of the BHSM resources available to ...
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New JSLHR Article and ASHAWire Special Collection Highlight CAPD and Other Auditory Conditions in Military Service Members and Veterans

New JSLHR Article and ASHAWire Special Collection Highlight CAPD and Other Auditory Conditions in Military Service Members and Veterans

It is well documented that people with a history of military service are at a significant risk for hearing loss and tinnitus due to noise exposure and ear damage. Further ...
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Celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month With the ASHA Journals: Communication at Work

Celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month With the ASHA Journals: Communication at Work

Every May, ASHA leads the observance of Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM), a time for raising awareness about communication disorders. Given the pandemic, BHSM this year is focusing on ...
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LSHSS Forum Highlights the Importance of Grammar Education and Treatment

LSHSS Forum Highlights the Importance of Grammar Education and Treatment

Grammatical difficulties can be associated with developmental language disorder (DLD), autism, hearing impairment, intellectual disability, and complex communication needs—diagnoses that nearly every speech-language pathologist (SLP) will work with at some ...
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A Message From the ASHA Journals Regarding COVID-19

A Message From the ASHA Journals Regarding COVID-19

Given the ongoing strain that the COVID-19 pandemic is placing on so many aspects of our daily lives and planned endeavors, we wanted to provide an update on the operations ...
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Publication Ethics Highlight the Latest PREP Development Module

Publication Ethics Highlight the Latest PREP Development Module

The ASHA Journals Academy is happy to unveil its latest Peer Review Excellence Program (PREP) Development Module: Publication Ethics. Navigating ethical issues related to scholarly publishing is always challenging for ...
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AJSLP Special Issue Highlights the 48th Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference

AJSLP Special Issue Highlights the 48th Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference

Each year, clinicians and researchers gather for the Clinical Aphasiology Conference (CAC) to learn about the latest research on aphasia and other neurogenic acquired communication disorders such as traumatic brain ...
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Latest Forum From Perspectives Tackles SLI/DLD Terminology Discussion

Latest Forum From Perspectives Tackles SLI/DLD Terminology Discussion

Latest Forum From Perspectives Tackles SLI/DLD Terminology Discussion Children with language impairments face many barriers to assessment in the clinical setting. Aside from being under-identified, there is also not a ...
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Get Credit for ASHA Journals Reviews With Publons

Get Credit for ASHA Journals Reviews With Publons

Peer review is integral to the ASHA journals; however, the nature of blinded review may leave editorial board members and other reviewers unable to claim credit for their work. The ...
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The ASHA Journals’ Year in Review

The ASHA Journals’ Year in Review

Before 2019 fades too far into the past, we here at the ASHA Journals would like to take a break to thank everyone who has taken the time to contribute ...
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In Case You Missed It: Our Top Articles of 2019

In Case You Missed It: Our Top Articles of 2019

In 2019, articles from the ASHA Journals were read 1.3 million times! During that time period, we published more than 750 new articles. Check out 10 of our most popular ...
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