These Curriculum Resource Packets feature a variety of ASHA resources that can be used in academic curricula. Each packet includes selected topic-related policy documents, publications, and additional resources with infused content related to ethics, cultural competence, evidence-based practice, research, reimbursement, marketing, professional development, and consumer education.
The Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR) includes information, resources and events that help facilitate undergraduate research programs at academic programs.
Report on Emerging Areas of Clinical Practice
In order to help professionals with work related to clinical practice, professional education and development, advocacy, and research, an ASHA team developed and applied a systematic process and tools to gather data and facilitate team decisions regarding emerging areas of clinical practice. These tools include guiding clinical questions, a decision making flowchart, a list of targeted data sources, and a spreadsheet data tracker.
Free online tutorial designed to help students develop the critical thinking and literacy skills required for conducting Internet research, launched on the Web by RDN Virtual Training Suite.
Compendium of Clinical Practice Guidelines and Systematic Reviews
Clinical practice guidelines from around the world related to audiology and/or speech-language pathology. Only those guidelines with an overall rating of "Highly Recommended" or "Recommended with Provisos" based on the Appraisal of Guidelines for Research and Evaluation (AGREE) Framework are included in this registry. Also included in this compendium are a limited number of systematic reviews. These reviews can be an important and time-saving resource for clinicians wishing to incorporate evidence into their clinical decision making.
Outcome Measurement Modules for the Student
Four educational modules that include PowerPoint presentations with notes, videos, and worksheets developed by the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Washington University, and the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
SIGs are exclusive professional communities set up within the ASHA membership that focus on a specific topic in speech, language, hearing, and related areas.