• Projects & Presentations

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    Learning Science in Clinical Education in Speech-Language Pathology

    Current Research Project

    The focus of my Culminating Project, the final requirement prior to completing my Doctorate of Speech-Language Pathology, was on the application of learning science in clinical education in the field of speech-language pathology. This mixed-methods study was designed with support from Northwestern faculty member, Stacy Kaplan, Ph.D., and is currently in process.

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    Moving Clinical Supervision Online Using Evidence-Based Practice

    June 2021

    My colleagues Jane Tragesser, USLHC Clinic Director, Laura Cizek, Ed.D, Associate Clinical Faculty, Megan Joseph, MS, CCC-SLP, Clinical Educator, and I presented at the Speech Pathology Association virtual conference. Our presentation focused on the learning strategies we used to transition in-person treatment to teletherapy in response to COVID-19 precautions in April of 2021.

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    The Glue Cycle: Strengthening the Clinical Experience

    October 2019, February 2020

    My colleagues Jane Tragesser, UH Clinic Director, Laura Cizek, Ed.D, Associate Clinical Faculty, and I presented at the SEUCE Conference in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Our presentation focused on the implementation of clinical teams within the university setting. We updated our data and presented our modifications at the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Convention in Houston in February 2020.

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    A Systematic Review of the Treatment of Speech Sound Disorders in Phonology

    November 2018

    I completed a systematic review that covered the treatment of speech sound disorders in phonology. Specifically, the review asks:

    1. What are the current approaches to speech sound disorders in phonology?
    2. Which interventions are the most effective for treating these disorders?
    3. When selecting targets for treatment, what methods are proven to be effective?
    I presented a poster with the results of this review at the ASHA Convention in Boston in November of 2018.