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Collaboration Roles and Responsibilities

Leora Cherney
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path009
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Your ultimate goal, in terms of research, is to be the principal investigator of a grant you're going to submit. But there are lots of other roles that one could take on a research grant. So I'm going ... Continue to Article >>

Developing a Successful Collaboration

Ann Geers
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path008
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. I'm going to make three pretty fast points. I've never done any rewarding work without collaborators. It's the most important thing I've developed in my career. I'm going to talk to you about finding a good match for ... Continue to Article >>

Roles, Authorship, and Other Critical Collaboration Discussions

Cynthia Thompson
doi:10.1044/cred-pvd-path010
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. I've been in both really successful collaborations and ones that have not been quite so successful. Who will do what? What's really important is to decide -- and probably a lot of you in this room already know ... Continue to Article >>

Building Productive Research Partnerships with School Systems

Barbara Ehren
doi:10.1044/cred-col-rmr-002
First of all, I think we need to have more partnerships among researchers and school folks. It is very difficult, and I walk both sides of the line. But we are, at our university, successful at engaging partners in our school districts, especially with our doctoral students doing research. We ... Continue to Article >>

Using Collaborations to Strengthen Research and Work Smarter

Faith Akin
doi:10.1044/cred-col-tth-001
I think it's stronger when you have an interdisciplinary approach. We have a fairly active vestibular balance lab. There are four investigators that collaborate on research experiments. One physical therapist and three PhD audiologists. I guess what I've become really aware of is the contribution that other fields can bring ... Continue to Article >>

Forging Links to Practitioners and Clinical Agencies

Thomas Campbell
doi:10.1044/cred-col-ps-cpri003
The following slides accompanied a presentation delivered at ASHA's Clinical Practice Research Institute. Success in practice research requires strong links to clinicians, administrators and community organizations Strategically planning how to develop these links prior to the study will often result in: Successful subject recruitment Enthusiastic support from community organizations Strong ... Continue to Article >>