Clinical Certification Requirements of the American Speech and Hearing Association Research Article
Research Article  |   October 01, 1958
Clinical Certification Requirements of the American Speech and Hearing Association
 
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  • These requirements were recommended by the Committee on Clinical Standards in Speech (Margaret E. Hall, Jack Matthews, D. C. Spriestersbach, Kenneth Scott Wood, Eugene T. McDonald, Chairman) and the Committee on Clincial Standards in Hearing (Merle Ansberry, Hallowell Davis, LeRoy D. Hedgecock, Hayes A. Newby, Leo G. Doerfler, Chairman), and approved by the Executive Council and by the Membership at the 1951 Annual Convention. The published statement was prepared by the Chairmen of the two Committees and revised in 1955 to include action taken after the requirements went into effect.
    These requirements were recommended by the Committee on Clinical Standards in Speech (Margaret E. Hall, Jack Matthews, D. C. Spriestersbach, Kenneth Scott Wood, Eugene T. McDonald, Chairman) and the Committee on Clincial Standards in Hearing (Merle Ansberry, Hallowell Davis, LeRoy D. Hedgecock, Hayes A. Newby, Leo G. Doerfler, Chairman), and approved by the Executive Council and by the Membership at the 1951 Annual Convention. The published statement was prepared by the Chairmen of the two Committees and revised in 1955 to include action taken after the requirements went into effect.×
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Research Articles
Research Article   |   October 01, 1958
Clinical Certification Requirements of the American Speech and Hearing Association
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, October 1958, Vol. 23, 347-354. doi:10.1044/jshd.2304.347
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, October 1958, Vol. 23, 347-354. doi:10.1044/jshd.2304.347
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