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CAPCSD 2024 Virtual Conference - On-demand (ASHA)

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This on-demand course was developed from the 2024 CAPCSD Virtual Conference, streamed live from New Orleans on April 4-5, 2024.

It covers a range of topics related to cultural sensitivity in academic and clinical training programs, utilizing clinical research in speech-language pathology and audiology, ethical dilemmas in SLP clinical education, rethinking academic metrics in graduate admissions, enhancing clinical competencies through creative models, and active learning strategies in graduate education.

Learning Objectives
Cultural Sensitivity in Academic and Clinical Training Programs

  • Compare and contrast frameworks pertaining to cultural sensitivity.
  • Describe top-down and bottom-up approaches to promote cultural sensitivity in CSD programs.
  • Summarize program considerations in preparing students to support communication as a human right for all.
Utilizing Clinical Research to Empower and Advance the Professions of SLPs and AUDs
Describe the challenges and significance of integrating research and clinical training.
  • Discuss possible solutions to logistical issues related to integrating research and clinical training based on the presenters’ experiences.
  • Identify opportunities and explore strategies for integration of research and clinical practice in your workplace.
Ethical Dilemmas in SLP Education
  • Explain an ethical decision-making model.
  • Apply essential functions to an ethical decision-making model.
  • Analyze at least one case study using an ethical decision-making model.
A New Idea for Academic Metrics: Implications for Equity in Graduate Admissions
  • Discuss the need to rethink how academic metrics are used in graduate admissions in order to increase access for underrepresented students.
  • Determine if a new GPA calculation (a difference score) may benefit their programs’ mission, vision and admissions goals.
  • Discover how the GPA difference score compared to outcome measures in a graduate program, and analyze whether this might be a consideration for their program.
Enhancing Clinical Competencies: Creative Models for SLP and AUD Education
  • Explain the principles and benefits of standardized patient simulations in SLP and AUD education.
  • Outline the potential of global telepractice collaborations to enhance students' cross-cultural competencies and clinical skills.
  • Apply evidence-based strategies for integrating graduate SLP/AUD students into clinical settings, improving their readiness for professional practice.
"Jazz Up" Graduate Education: Active Learning Strategies to Engage and Motivate Students
  • Explain active learning and how it differs from traditional pedagogical approaches to higher education.
  • Discuss the benefits of active learning on graduate students’ clinical preparedness.
  • Implement immediately various active learning techniques spanning lower, medium, and higher complexity techniques in their courses.

Agenda
3 minutes - Overview
58 minutes - Cultural Sensitivity in Academic and Clinical Training Programs
67 minutes - Utilizing Clinical Research to Empower and Advance the Professions of SLPs and AUDs
66 minutes - Ethical Dilemmas in SLP Education
71 minutes - A New Idea for Academic Metrics: Implications for Equity in Graduate Admissions
61 minutes - Enhancing Clinical Competencies: Creative Models for SLP and AUD Education
66 minutes - "Jazz Up" Graduate Education: Active Learning Strategies to Engage and Motivate Students

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CEUs
To earn ASHA CEUs, you must complete the entire course. Each session is 60 minutes long, followed by two (2) review questions (ungraded) and a final exam at the end. You must score at least 80% to pass. Users are allowed to retake the final exam.

ASHA CEUs
Once you complete this course, CAPCSD will report your .6 CEUs to ASHA.

This course qualifies for .2 ASHA Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Education, Training, Service Delivery, Public Policy, and .1 ASHA Ethics requirements. You MUST report the DEI and Ethics hours directly to ASHA.


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