As we are all excited about the future of our project, we have begun writing and submitting to peer reviewed journals. In order to apply for a larger, federal grant we will need not only a successful track record, but also a publication record. Our recent meeting began hammering out our research questions and identifying appropriate journals with a satisfactory impact factor. I will be targeting Patient-provider care through art.
The testing of the protocol is complete. Thank you to all the hard working students of Dr. Melinda Corwin, Dr. Justin Keene, and Dr. John Velez. This coming summer we are beginning to collate the results and researching journal submissions.
Dr. Melinda Corwin of Department of Speech Hearing Pathology. TTUHSC faculty member of the AIM team including Stacy Elko, John Velez and Justin Keen has submitted a proposal to the ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) Annual Convention, which will be held in Boston.
We finally made it! The VINI is finished and we have become administering the protocol. Can’t wait to see the data!
We had the final training with all the TTUHSC Research assistants. Tuesday, tomorrow we begin the research study.
Last Monday was the first of the training to set the for the PhyscoPhys data collection by the research assistants.
You can see Dr. Keene giving very specific instructions about how to set up to collect the data correctly.
Practice occurred afterwards.
There will be more trainings in the coming weeks at the Health Science Center.
We are had a great meeting to work out the calendar and designate responsibilities of the testing procedure. Getting closer!