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Get Strategic about Collaboration

The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. Collaboration Happens With the concept of “collaboration happens,” one thing that I really want to point out is that when it happens, the most important thing is to

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Experience Sampling Method

Experience sampling refers to a set of data collection methods for gathering systematic self-reports of behaviors, emotions, or experiences as they occur in the individual’s natural environment. These procedures may also be labeled as event sampling, real-time data capture, ambulatory

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Creating Good Participant Recruitment Materials

The ability to recruit an adequate number of participants can be an important factor in a study’s success, helping to ensure that the work can be completed within planned budgets and timelines, and with sufficient statistical power. While every study

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Forging Links to Practitioners and Clinical Agencies

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

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