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Revolutionary Learning. Evolutionary Practice. November 15-17 Boston, MA
The ASHA Convention will take place November 15-17, 2018 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
The ASHA Convention is the strongest educational
program for audiologists, speech-language pathologists, speech and hearing
scientists, and related professionals. More than 2,500 sessions eligible for ASHA
Continuing Education Credit or professional development hours are offered. The
program covers 28 topic areas related to the professions. Sessions are
presented in a variety of time blocks and learning formats:
Read the full description
of each session format. Learn more
about earning and reporting your continuing education activities at the ASHA
The entire program is accessible through the Program Planner
and mobile app. Both allow you to search for sessions and view session
descriptions, author bios, learner objectives, presenter disclosures, and
access handouts/session materials (if shared by presenters).
You may log in to the Program Planner or mobile app using your asha.org
account to save sessions to your personal schedule. The Program Planner syncs
with the mobile app, so if you also log in to both, you will see the
schedule you created in either platform, and vice versa.
Printed program books will be available to registrants at the
Materials Pick-up area onsite in Boston. They are not mailed in advance,
however, the digital version of the program book will be available for viewing online
in late October.
Workshops offered for ASHA continuing education units (ASHA CEUs) or professional development hours (PDHs)—sponsored by the Massachusetts Speech-Language Hearing Association or the American Board of Intraoperative Monitoring—will take place on Wednesday, November 14, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Workshop tickets are available for purchase through registration. You may purchase tickets even if you do not plan to attend the ASHA Convention itself; however, you'll still need to complete the full registration process. In the registration system, select the "Wednesday Only" option for $0, which will allow you to add tickets for the Wednesday workshops. You will pay only for the workshop you select, and you will not be registered for the ASHA Convention, which begins on Thursday.
Short Courses are optional 3-hour ticketed seminars (additional fee) led by subject-matter experts providing in-depth interaction at the intermediate level or above.
The Research Symposium is an annual event at ASHA's Convention, to be held on Saturday, November 17, where clinicians and researchers discuss current research in communication sciences and disorders. Each year's symposium has a specific research theme. The symposium is comprised of 1-hour and 2-hour oral seminars and attendance is included with your registration, however, sessions run on a slightly different schedule than other oral seminars taking place on Saturday. View the 2018 Research Symposium agenda.
We have put together a list of sessions [PDF] covering topics and related areas of interest for audiologists. For complete details, such as abstracts, author bios and learner outcomes, use the four-digit session codes to locate them in the Program Planner or mobile app.
Stop by the Concierge Learning Center in Hall A at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center for help with creating your schedule. Our knowledgeable staff can recommend education sessions that match your professional development interests and goals, as well as additional ASHA resources to investigate after the ASHA Convention.
Notifications of acceptance/non-acceptance for proposals submitted to the 2018 ASHA Convention Call for Papers were sent to all submitters and authors via e-mail on July 12, 2018. Please e-mail email@example.com if you have any questions.