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Professional Issues in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

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2nd
ISBN13:

9780769300023

ISBN10:
0769300022
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
8/18/2000
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Singular
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Summary

The most comprehensive view of professional paths and issues in speech -language pathology has been updated to be as current as tomorrow. The practicalities of a career path, from establishing competencies and e thical-legal considerations to employment opportunities and profession al organizations, are covered in candid detail. Ongoing issues in heal th care policies and educational programs round out this updated editi on.

Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Audrey Holland
Preface xi
Contributors xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Section I. Overview of the Professions 1(104)
Professional issues: Challenges and Choices
3(20)
Rosemary Lubinski
Carol M. Frattali
Professional Organizations
23(16)
Peggy S. Williams
Establishing Competencies in Professional Education, Certification, and Licensure
39(24)
Dolores E. Battle
Professional Liability in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology: Ethical and Legal Considerations
63(14)
Thomas D. Miller
International Alliances
77(18)
Linda Worrall
Louise Hickson
Moving Toward Clinical Specialization
95(10)
Mary A. Saylor
Section II. Employment Opportunities and Issues 105(106)
Work Force Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders
107(16)
Sarah C. Slater
Special Populations, Special Settings: New and Expanding Frontiers
123(24)
Rosemary Lubinski
M. Gay Masters
Preparing for Employment
147(26)
Rosemary Lubinski
Professional Autonomy and Collaboration
173(10)
Carol M. Frattali
Stress and Burnout
183(18)
Rosemary Lubinski
Conflict Resolution in the Workspace
201(10)
Charlene Brumley
Rosemary Lubinski
Section III. Service Delivery: Policy and Practice 211(124)
Health Care Legislation, Regulation, and Financing
213(16)
Steven C. White
Service Delivery Issues in Health Care Settings
229(22)
Becky Sutherland Cornett
Education Policy
251(26)
Diane L. Eger
Service Delivery Issues for Schools
277(24)
Nickola Wolf Nelson
Maureen Staskowski
Service Delivery Issues in Private Practice
301(16)
Kenneth E. Wolf
Developing Polices and Procedures
317(18)
Paul R. Rao
Section IV. Proving Quality Care 335(86)
Improving Access to Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Services
337(22)
Bernard P. Henri
Brooke Hallowell
Infection Prevention
359(16)
Rosemary Lubinski
Child and Elder Abuse and Neglect
375(14)
Rosemary Lubinski
Service Delivery Issues for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations
389(12)
Hortencia Kayser
Supervision and the Supervisory Process
401(20)
Judith A. Rassi
Section V. Clinical Research Issues 421(50)
Research Needs and Grantseeking
423(14)
Nancy J. Minghetti
Data Collection for Monitoring Client Change: Moving Into the 21st Century
437(20)
Leslie B. Olswang
Barbara A. Bain
The Future of Science
457(14)
Raymond D. Kent
Index 471


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