Students Win Ethics Essay Contest Christine R. Delfino, an entry-level graduate student in speech-language pathology at Arizona State University, received first place in ASHA’s 2014 Student Ethics Essay Award competition for “Ethical Practice: Self-Advocacy as Client Advocacy.” Delfino receives a complimentary student registration to the 2014 ASHA Convention, a one-year membership to the National Student ... ASHA News
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Students Win Ethics Essay Contest
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ASHA News   |   October 01, 2014
Students Win Ethics Essay Contest
The ASHA Leader, October 2014, Vol. 19, 55. doi:10.1044/leader.AN3.19102014.55
The ASHA Leader, October 2014, Vol. 19, 55. doi:10.1044/leader.AN3.19102014.55
Christine R. Delfino, an entry-level graduate student in speech-language pathology at Arizona State University, received first place in ASHA’s 2014 Student Ethics Essay Award competition for “Ethical Practice: Self-Advocacy as Client Advocacy.”
Delfino receives a complimentary student registration to the 2014 ASHA Convention, a one-year membership to the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, and $750.
Two other entry-level speech-language pathology students also received recognition. Second place—NSSLHA membership and $500—goes to Kelsey Roberts, Abilene Christian University, for “Ethics: A Challenge, A Necessity.” Third place—NSSLHA membership and $250—was awarded to Elizabeth Stepansky, University of Virginia, for “Thoughts on Trust and Responsibility: Choosing to Act Ethically in the Absence of Compelling Consequences.”
This year, with eligibility open to students in all communication sciences and disorders undergraduate, post-baccalaureate and entry-level graduate programs, the competition received a record number of submissions. The topic was the ethical implications of various issues that may come up in clinical education supervisory relationships.
SEEA, part of ASHA’s efforts to enhance ethics education, encourages students to think about ethical decision making and creates greater awareness of situations that could pose ethical dilemmas.
The 2015 competition is now open, with the topic of confidentiality-related ethical challenges in clinical practice or research.
Find the 2014 winning essays and information about the 2015 competition at on.asha.org/ethics-essay.
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