What is implementation science?

April 27-28, 2023 | Virtual Conference

Join us for the second annual Implementation Science IS For All, 2-day virtual conference designed to improve client outcomes and make a positive impact on the practice to research to practice gap in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD). Engaging speakers will share how they developed, maintained, and sustained partnerships in implementation science projects.

Format will include small group interactive sessions to facilitate application of new concepts to your specific practice and/or research. Focus will be on both acquired and developmental disorders and content will be adapted to both novice and experts and anywhere along the way.  Attendees will gain an advanced knowledge of frameworks and application through the lens of real-world clinical practice and research partnerships.

Conference Overview

This (2) day virtual conference is designed to improve client outcomes and make a positive impact on the practice to research practice gap in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD). Engaging speakers – both clinicians and researchers- will share knowledge from current implementation science projects.

The format will include small group interactive sessions to apply new concepts to your specific practice and/or research. The focus will be on both acquired and developmental disorders and the content will be adapted to both novices and experts anywhere along the way.  Attendees will gain advanced knowledge of frameworks and applications through the lens of real-world clinical practice and research initiatives.

Dates:
Thursday, April 27 - Friday, April 28, 2023

Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT

  • CSD professionals: speech-language pathologists and audiologists, researchers, and students
  • CSD collaborators including educators, administrators, psychologists, other allied health professionals
  • Expert and novice welcome
  • Come with your colleagues to work on your specific goals together

100% Virtual, Interactive & Engaging!

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General

$99
Early Bird (20% off)
Register by 3/1/23.
$79
Clinical Placement Sites (20% off)
Current employees at institutions that take IHP students in a clinical teaching capacity
$79
Mass General Brigham (25% off)
Current full-time employees at any MGB entity
$74
Student (40% off)
Current students enrolled in a full-time or part-time undergraduate, graduate, or post-doctorate program. 
$59
Additional discounts available. See registration page.
  • Credit & Debit Card: Follow above registration instructions. Pay at checkout with your card information.
  • Check: Follow above registration instructions. Select "Invoice Me" after checkout. You will receive an invoice in your email by the next business day.
    • Make payable to: MGH Institute of Health Professions
    • Mail to: 36 1st Avenue, Boston, MA 02129-4557
    • If needed, request a W9 from CPD [at] mghihp.edu.

MGH Institute of Health Professions is committed to providing universal access to all of our events. Please indicate any need for accommodations at the registration checkout screen. Advance notice is necessary to arrange for certain accessibility needs.

For any questions or concerns regarding this offering or the registration process, contact us at:

Office of Continuing and Professional Development
Email: cpd [at] mghihp.edu
Phone: 617-724-6674

Learning Outcomes

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Describe

what makes a successful partnership in CSD Implementation Science.

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Identify

partners for your research and/or practice through ISmatch.

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Apply

what is learned from successful partnerships to make a positive impact on CSD clinical practice and research.

Co-Organizers

Tiffany Hogan, PhD, CCC-SLP

Director of the SAiL Literacy Lab Professor Communication Sciences and Disorders Research: SAiL Literacy Lab

Director of the SAiL Literacy Lab Professor Communication Sciences and Disorders Research: SAiL Literacy Lab

  • thogan@mghihp.edu
  • (617) 724-1054
  • Center for Health & Rehabilitation Research, Building 79/96 – Office 211
Sofia Vallila Rohter in purple turtleneck

Co-Director of the Cognitive Neuroscience Group Associate Professor Communication Sciences and Disorders

Co-Director of the Cognitive Neuroscience Group Associate Professor Communication Sciences and Disorders