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Win a 6 Month Subscription to Topics in Language Disorders Journal

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Exciting news for all the SLPs for Evidence-Based Practice Group members! The editors of the journal truly appreciate that we share information about the latest SLP research, and would like to give 3 group members a complimentary journal subscription for a period of 6 months.

All you need to do to enter the Rafflecopter Giveaway is be a verified member of the SLPs for Evidence-Based Practice group on Facebook.

Then in the comments section below please briefly state how you can benefit from this FREE subscription and THAT’S IT!    Winner will be randomly chosen at the end of the giveaway! So have fun and EBP on! 


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13 thoughts on “Win a 6 Month Subscription to Topics in Language Disorders Journal

  1. This free subscription would help give me access to more evidence based Practice skills and knowdge to better serve the population I target.

    1. This subscription would be useful in implementing and justifying evidence based practices in speech therapy with the population that I currently serve. The charts and references that I have gotten from the FB site have been an invaluable resource. I’m looking forward to reading and learning more about our field from the blog posts here as well.

  2. I’ve been a member of SLPs for evidence based practice for for quite some time now and have found the group so valuable. I am currently in a senior position which requires I keep up to date with the latest research in order to provide appropriate mentoring for a group of SLP’s. I am always reading research in different areas of pediatric speech pathology, the membership to topics in language disorders would therefore be very helpful.

  3. I am particularly interested in the upcoming topic “Spelling Across Language Systems and Languages” and would love to read more about literally anything in this journal

  4. I can’t afford the subscription but the knowledge it would provide would benefit the children and families I serve as a volunteer advocate.

  5. I would absolutely use the sub to present relevant info during our SLP networking meetings! They LIVED the ebp sig I presented last year!

  6. I would benefit from this free subscription because it would help me provide the best, evidence-based assessment and therapy to my students.

  7. I am so much better at reading paper/tangible articles. A subscription would give me a great opportunity to expand my knowledge (and fewer excuses to just tuck a digital copy of the article into my ‘to be read’ file!).

  8. This would be so valuable to me as I have a majority of Language disordered students on my roster. It would help me to keep up with the current evidence and practices in this area.

  9. I love reading and sharing research related to our field. For the past 5 years, I have met up regularly with colleagues to discuss articles related to the children we serve – I would love access to another journal and I like that in the most recent issue there are provided continuing ed questions.

  10. Any access to peer-reviewed articles helps provide me the resources to support my treatment and diagnostic skills. I always hate looking up research only to read an excerpt and not want to pay for it.

  11. I’m a CF working in high schools and I was just thinking today that I wish I had new research coming in print form every month. This would definitely be beneficial to strengthening my clinical practice.

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