Thirty (30%) per cent discount on books

There is a 30 per cent discount on books for members of associations and societies partnering with Taylor & Francis – viz. Speech Pathology Australia. The offer ends on 31 December 2018. Visit either the CRC Press or Routledge websites, select the titles to be purchased, and enter the discount code into the promotional code box provided during checkout. Discount applies to purchase of Routledge, CRC Press and Taylor & Francis books. Secure the necessary 30% discount code This graphic is associated with the hyperlink that precedes it and indicates the document is in PDF..


Guest IJSLP Editor

Expressions of interest are invited for the position of International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (IJSLP) Guest Editor for the 2018 Speech Pathology Australia National Conference proceedings. The Guest Editor will coordinate the review process and selection of high quality papers to be included in the (IJSLP) to be published in June 2019.

Each paper will be between 6,000 - 7,000 words in length and reflect the conference theme, INSPIRE, INSpiring Practice Innovation, Research and Engagement.

Previous editorial experience is highly recommended. Enquiries should be directed to either Kirrie Ballard or Anne Whitworth (Editors, International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology).

Forward your expression of interest, curriculum vitae and two referees to Gail Mulcair, Chief Executive Officer, Speech Pathology Australia by close of business, Friday 30 March 2018.


Call for nominations for Speech Pathology Australia Awards

Speech Pathology Australia acknowledges excellence in speech pathology practice and the voluntary work undertaken by members (and others) through nationally recognised awards.

Life Membership: Life membership is the highest honour accorded by the Association and confers Practising or Non Practising membership on a person for the rest of their life. It recognises outstanding leadership and committed service to the Association and the profession over many years.

Fellowship: Fellowship of Speech Pathology Australia is a public professional honour awarded to a member with considerable experience, responsibility and standing within the speech pathology profession. The award recognises and celebrates members who have achieved excellence in a field of speech pathology practice. Fellowship is a membership category, and an ongoing honour.

Service to the Association: Awarded by the Association to up to three members annually in recognition of ongoing, valuable and voluntary service to the Association. Nominees may have contributed to the Board, Branch Executive, Conference Planning Committee, etc.

Early Career Award: This award is open to new graduate practising members in recognition of ongoing, valuable and voluntary service to the Association at either a National or Branch level. Nominees may have contributed to Branch Executives, Task Groups, Conference Planning Committees, etc. In most cases, nominees will have held positions on Committees as students.

Community Contribution: Awarded by the Association to recognise outside agencies, which have made a significant and valuable contribution to speech pathology.

If you know of someone who deserves the honour and recognition of an Association award, applications must be submitted on the official award nomination forms. Awards for 2018 close on Monday 26 March 2018. Late submissions will be considered for 2019 awards.

For more information email the Association’s Board and Executive Assistant.