Educators and clinical instructors will gather on June 13-15, 2013 for the fifth biennial CSD Teaching Conference at the University of Pittsburgh. This year’s focus will address the challenging issues in the art and science of teaching clinical skills and knowledge, from the classroom to the clinic. This conference will address clinical teaching across disciplines of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.

Chaired by Catherine Palmer, PhD, the goal of “The Art and Science of Clinical Teaching: Classroom to Clinic” is to provide audiology/SLP faculty and clinical instructors an opportunity to discuss best practices in teaching clinical skills and knowledge. Conference faculty are nationally recognized educators who will share examples of course/clinical handouts, practicum strategies, reference lists, take-home assignments, lab exercises, practical exams, and more.

Break-out sessions and poster sessions will give participants an opportunity to share clinical teaching ideas with colleagues. Participants will take home a CD of conference materials and contact information to facilitate ongoing interaction about clinical teaching interests.

For registration/other information contact Pam Morocco at 412-383-6540, or email: [email protected]