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The 2015 Online Resource Guide is now available

Speech Pathology Australia is proud to launch its 2015 Online Resource Guide.

The Resource Guide is a publication the Association has produced annually since 2000.

The purpose of the guide is to provide Association members and the public with a reference manual of products and services that may be of use to speech pathologists.

Over the last couple of years, the Resource Guide has been adapted to be viewed exclusively online to make it a more interactive resource. The online guide includes website and email links and may be viewed on portable devices such as smartphones and tablets.

The 2015 Online Resource Guide can be viewed by clicking on the cover image to the right.

 

Booking information for the 2016 Online Resource Guide will be made available on this webpage from November 2015.

 

Past Resource Guides

For copies of previous editions of the Resource Guide contact the Association’s Publications Officer by email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

   

2015 National Conference

17 – 20 May 2015

National Convention Centre, Canberra, ACT

 

 

Major Sponsor

 
The National Conference 2015 will promote connectedness, exchange of ideas and ‘big things’ for all speech pathologists that attend.

Challenge - Speech pathologists will learn about innovations, new research and alternate ways of delivering services, challenging their knowledge and current clinical practice

Broaden – Speech pathologists will be encouraged to ‘think outside’ the box. Within the current context of increased pressure on service delivery and a progressive profession, speech pathologists will be exposed to new evidence and innovative and efficient ways of delivering speech pathology services in many contexts, aiming to ‘broaden’ knowledge and the profession

Revolutionise – Speech pathologists will be encouraged to integrate learning from the Conference into their clinical practice, revolutionising how speech pathology services are delivered and revolutionising the profession as a whole.

The 2015 Conference Planning Committee (CPC) has now finalised the program and looks forward to presenting it to you firstly as the Conference flyer (included in the February 2015 issue of Speak Out and then in full within the online Conference Registration Brochure that goes live from the Conference website on Friday 6 February 2015.

For a small city, Canberra packs a mighty punch in the world of research, innovation and industry leadership.  It is a proud home to national landmarks, institutions and federal parliament. Nestled amongst the great Australian bush landscape, it is a city that provides the extra element for our national conference.

We look forward to welcoming you to Canberra for the Speech Pathology Australia 2015 National Conference.

 

Further information regarding the Conference is available from the following links:

 

Felicity Martin, Conference Convenor

Katina Swan, Scientific Program Sub-committee Chair

Eleanor McMillan

Anna Russell

Bethany Wagg


 

   

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