Diagnosis is the ability to see through the often bewildering maze of manifest signs and symptoms to arrive at a sure and certain knowledge or conclusion as to their root cause, or what is really going on.
Courses are categorized as follows: Exploration of human behavior and motivation within the context of an organization.
Emphasis on methods and strategies to motivate and incentivize team members and develop collaborative teams. Business Principles for Speech-Language Pathologists Exploration of the requisite factors for building a sustainable business in the field of speech-language pathology SLP.
Introduction to essential concepts in accounting, marketing, market analysis and finance. Focus on designing a strategic plan for a new or expanding business venture in SLP. Operations and Process Improvement for Speech-Language Pathologists Exploration of service operations as they apply to the complex organizations in which speech-language pathologists work, including healthcare organizations, school systems, multidisciplinary clinics, private practices, early intervention settings, and research labs.
Overview of process improvement methodologies. Focus on building efficient operations that deliver exceptional speech-language pathology services while effectively managing resources.
Exploration of the role of the SLP as a leader and innovator at the micro and macro levels. Emphasis on self-assessment of leadership skills and development of a personal growth plan.
Education and Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology Overview of the various roles of the speech-language pathologist as educator and supervisor.
Exploration of the scholarship of teaching and learning as it applies to both didactic and clinical instruction and development.
Policy in Health and Education Introduction to educational and health policies as they apply to provision of speech-language pathology and related services. Exploration of the major issues and challenges facing U. Digital Literacies for the Speech-Language Pathologists Overview of personal knowledge management and the digital literacies requisite for professional practice.
Exploration of utility and creation of digital tools and applications incorporated into therapy.
Emphasis on developing and maintaining flexible personal digital systems that facilitate collaboration, connectivity, information access, and productivity.
Focus on designing methods specific to clinical research questions and overview of dissemination and implementation research methods, analytic tools and data collection. Emphasis on integration of research methods into everyday clinical practice and the outcomes that matter to stakeholders and policy makers.
Approval of the clinical specialization plan by the SLP-D committee is required. Scientific Clinical Decision Making Exploration of current best evidence in making decisions about the assessment and treatment of individuals with communication disorders.
Overview of different research methodologies as well as tools to evaluate the quality of different types of research studies. Emphasis on the integration of research evidence and critical thinking into practice. Exploration of specialty area via one of the following project types: Plans for completion of the culminating project are submitted to and approved by the SLP-D committee, and the project is completed under the supervision of at least one mentor.An introduction to spatial analysis is presented through examples, many of which use the R programming environment (Garrett et al.
). We include four case studies and one advanced illustration which use spatial analysis techniques to understand how pathogens spread or . This introduction to the toolbox is flanked by illustrating the application of each type of tool in histopathology, with focus on adhesion/growth-regulating galectins.
Together with an introduction to fundamental principles of the sugar code, the review is designed to guide into this field and to inspire respective research efforts. INTRODUCTION TO PATHOLOGY The word PATHOLOGY is derived from two Greek words- ‘Pathos’ meaning suffering and ‘logos’ meaning study.
Pathology is a study of the structural, biochemical and functional changes in . Using the Delphi Technique to explore complex concepts in speech-language pathology: An illustrative example from children’s social communication.
American . Mapping For Cognitive Or Linguistic Concepts • Associate tactual-auditory, sensory information to cognitive-linguistic making association between motor map and concept.
• Usually used when the motor or cognitive information is above the level of the child/adult-to teach them that the concept is related to the motor-auditory map.
In this chapter we describe basic concepts in molecular pathology and molecular diagnostic testing for human disease. This is intended to be an introductory review of the field, rather than a comprehensive review of the field.