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This conference is offered for up to 1.55 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level: Professional Area). The course on supervision is offered for 0.30 ASHA CEUs (Introductory Level: Related Area). The course on ethics is offered for 0.10 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level: Related Area). 

2020 OSHA Annual Conference

  • 09 Oct 2020
  • 8:00 AM
  • 10 Oct 2020
  • 5:00 PM
  • Virtual Event - Log in information provided after registration
  • 401

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Rate includes a $65.00 fee for registrations received after September 21. Note: Registration for this event closes at 5 pm on October 5.
  • Rate includes a $65.00 fee for registrations received after September 21. Note: Registration for this event closes at 5 pm on October 5.
  • Rate includes a $65.00 fee for registrations received after September 22. Note: Registration for this event closes at 5 pm on October 5
  • Rate includes a $65.00 fee for registrations received after September 22. Note: Registration for this event closes at 5 pm on October 5.
  • Rate includes a $25.00 fee for registrations received after Oct. 1. Registration required on-site after Oct. 6. Note: On-site registration fee increases by an additional $25 for a total of $200.
  • Rate includes a $65.00 fee for registrations received after September 22. Note: Registration for this event closes at 5 pm on October 5
  • Rate includes a $65.00 fee for registrations received after September 21. Note: Registration for this event closes at 5 pm on October 5.
  • Rate includes a $65.00 fee for registrations received after September 21. Note: Registration for this event closes at 5 pm on October 5.
  • Rate includes a $65.00 fee for registrations received after September 21. Note: Registration for this event closes at 5 pm on October 5.

Register

You are invited to attend the OSHA 2020 Annual Conference "OSHA Strong".  This year's conference will be a live, virtual event.  As you will see from the brochure, several national speakers are featured on Friday, as well as a number of individuals from around the state providing presentations or poster/technical sessions on Saturday. Many thanks go to the practicing clinicians and students who are offering their time and energy in presenting this year. This two-day conference is offered for 15.5 hours of continuing education.

Don't delay--Early Registration Discount Ends September 21 Registration for this event closes on October 5.  Please be sure to log into your OSHA member account in order to view the member registration rates!

Some highlights of this year's program include:

  • Friday Morning and Afternoon Sessions.   Five concurrent sessions start at 8:00 a.m.  Five more concurrent sessions are offered at 12:45 pm.  Each session provides attendees with 3.0 hours of continuing education
  • Awards and Business Meeting:  Friday 11:30 - 12:30 pm 
  • Plenary Session.  Being the Change: Working for Inclusion, Equity, and Justice Where You Are, presented by Dr. Susan Shaw, Oregon State University (1.5 hours of continuing education).
  • Saturday Morning and Afternoon Sessions. The morning starts at 8:00 with six concurrent sessions, each offering 2.0 hours of continuing education.  Later that morning, six additional concurrent presentations are offered starting at 10:15 am, each offering 2.0 hours of continuing education.  In the afternoon, six concurrent sessions run from 2:45 to 3:45, followed by six more concurrent sessions offered from 4:00 to 5:00 pm.  Each of the afternoon sessions provides 1.0 hour of continuing education.
  • Poster/Tech Sessions: Saturday, 12:30 - 2:30 pm.  More than 25 poster sessions will be available Saturday, offering a diverse selection of cutting-edge research.  Attendees can earn up to a maximum of 2.0 hours of continuing education for attending eight 15-minute sessions (minimum attendance required is two 15-minute sessions to earn 0.5 hours of continuing education).
  • Sessions designed to meet the ASHA CE Requirements related to Supervision and Ethics--checkout the Friday afternoon session "The Four Elements of Clinical Education and Supervision" (3 hours of continuing education) and the Saturday afternoon session "Ethics and Advocacy for Speech-Language Pathologists" (1 hour of continuing education).

The full conference program is available to view here.

Speaker disclosure statements are available to view here.

A link to the online conference portal with links to session rooms, handouts, sponsors, and details will be available to registered participants on October 7


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