Research Plan/Project Summary

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What to Include in Your Five-Year Research Plan: Advice and Examples Presentation slides, transcript, additional Q&A and resources are available at the above link in the ASHA #CREdLibrary Originally presented at ASHA's Research Mentoring Network's Pathway's Conference - June 2015. (See ) Presented by Lizbeth Finestack Second in a series on Developing a Five-Year Research Plan. For part one, see: Pathways is sponsored by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) through a U24 grant awarded to ASHA.

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Step-by-step explanation on how to compose a Research Plan/Project Summary for SY2014-2015. Emphasis is placed on what is new this year and the common mistakes that students make such as generalized procedures and using internet sites as major references.

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