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CSD Programs Report Widespread Leadership Coverage Across Curricula
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CSD Programs Report Widespread Leadership Coverage Across Curricula
The ASHA Leader, July 2016, Vol. 21, 26. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.21072016.26
The ASHA Leader, July 2016, Vol. 21, 26. doi:10.1044/leader.AAG.21072016.26
Key areas of leadership are integrated into academic courses, clinical experiences, practicum seminars and other learning activities for students, according to more than 125 communication sciences and disorders (CSD) program directors in a recent ASHA survey. Ethics is the most widely covered leadership topic.
For additional information about the survey, contact Andrea Falzarano, staff liaison to the ASHA Committee on Leadership Cultivation, afalzarano@asha.org.
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Percentage of CSD program directors who report that “leadership” is covered in their academic and clinical curriculum, by area of leadership

Percentage of CSD program directors who report that “leadership” is covered in their academic and clinical curriculum, by area of leadership
Figure 1.

Percentage of CSD program directors who report that “leadership” is covered in their academic and clinical curriculum, by area of leadership

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Figure 1.

Percentage of CSD program directors who report that “leadership” is covered in their academic and clinical curriculum, by area of leadership

Percentage of CSD program directors who report that “leadership” is covered in their academic and clinical curriculum, by area of leadership
Figure 1.

Percentage of CSD program directors who report that “leadership” is covered in their academic and clinical curriculum, by area of leadership

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