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Perspectives Forum Examines COVID-19’s Global Impact on Speech, Language, and Hearing Services

Perspectives Forum Examines COVID-19’s Global Impact on Speech, Language, and Hearing Services

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected audiologists and speech-language pathologists throughout the world. To provide a global perspective on the pandemic, ASHA’s Special Interest Group 17, Global Issues in Communication Sciences ...
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In Case You Missed It: Our Top Articles of 2020

In Case You Missed It: Our Top Articles of 2020

This past year was, if nothing else, eventful. However, here in the ASHA Journals Program, our goal remained the same—to ensure that our readers had access to the latest research ...
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The ASHA Journals’ 2020 in Review

The ASHA Journals’ 2020 in Review

This year was an unprecedented and, for many, a long year, but while you may hear a lot about the negatives of 2020, the ASHA journals would like to take ...
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Erinn Finke and Katie Hustad Selected as Incoming Editors-in-Chief of Expanded AJSLP

Erinn Finke and Katie Hustad Selected as Incoming Editors-in-Chief of Expanded AJSLP

Next year marks the 30-year anniversary of the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (AJSLP). And, like any other 30-year-old, the journal has changed a lot over the years. AJSLP will ...
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Introducing Special Collections From the ASHA Journals

Introducing Special Collections From the ASHA Journals

You may have seen us mention a thing or two about special collections in previous posts. Special collections gather content on a focused subject area from all of the ASHA ...
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Special Collection: Interprofessional Education/Interprofessional Practice

Special Collection: Interprofessional Education/Interprofessional Practice

The discipline of communication sciences and disorders isn’t an island unto itself. To successfully advocate for and treat their patients, many audiologists and speech-language pathologists (SLPs) find themselves collaborating with ...
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Peggy Nelson Selected as Incoming Hearing Editor-in-Chief of JSLHR

Peggy Nelson Selected as Incoming Hearing Editor-in-Chief of JSLHR

The Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research (JSLHR) is pleased to announce the selection of Peggy Nelson, PhD, CCC-A, as a new editor-in-chief for the publication. Dr. Nelson will ...
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Mary Sandage Selected as an Incoming Editor-in-Chief of Perspectives

Mary Sandage Selected as an Incoming Editor-in-Chief of Perspectives

Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups is pleased to announce the selection of Mary Sandage, PhD, CCC-SLP, as a new editor-in-chief for the publication. Dr. Sandage will begin her ...
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October Is Dyslexia Awareness Month: Learn More With the ASHA Journals!

October Is Dyslexia Awareness Month: Learn More With the ASHA Journals!

Speech-language pathologists can play an important role in the diagnosis and treatment of all learning disabilities, including dyslexia (ASHA, n. d.). This October, we’re taking the opportunity to recognize Dyslexia ...
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JSLHR Research Symposium Forum: Advances in Specific Language Impairment Research and Intervention

JSLHR Research Symposium Forum: Advances in Specific Language Impairment Research and Intervention

For 30 years, the Research Symposium at the ASHA Convention has hosted the foremost experts in the CSD discipline to present on a specific research theme. At the 2019 Convention, ...
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Peer Review Week With the ASHA Journals: Trust in Peer Review

Peer Review Week With the ASHA Journals: Trust in Peer Review

Although many annual traditions may not be going ahead as planned this year, the ASHA Journals Program is once again taking part in Peer Review Week 2020. This year’s theme, ...
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AJA Special Issue Spotlights Online Audiology Advances

AJA Special Issue Spotlights Online Audiology Advances

During the 4th International Meeting on Internet and Audiology last June, the attendees had no idea just how quickly their research would be put into widespread practice. In the latest ...
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Using Social Media and Kudos to Share Your Research: A Conversation With Tiffany Hogan

Using Social Media and Kudos to Share Your Research: A Conversation With Tiffany Hogan

Since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, practitioners, educators, and researchers now working from home have turned to social media to find the best articles, resources, and tips from other ...
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2020 ASHA Journals Awards

2020 ASHA Journals Awards

The ASHA Journals Awards encompass two categories of publications-related awards: The Alfred K. Kawana Award for Lifetime Achievement in Publications and the Editor’s Awards. For information on the ASHA Journals ...
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AJSLP Forum on Innovations in Clinical Practice for Dual Language Learners, Part 2

AJSLP Forum on Innovations in Clinical Practice for Dual Language Learners, Part 2

Last year, the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (AJSLP) published Part 1 of a forum focused on dual language learners. Dual language learners, young children learning two languages at the ...
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