This research explores the personal perspectives of school-based SLPs regarding their training in, perceptions of, and experiences regarding leadership. Survey research was conducted, and school based SLPs acted as respondents. Results may inform education in leadership, both in student training and in continuing education. Leadership in the field of speech-language pathology is essential to not only advocate for better outcomes of clients and patients, but also to foster an environment for change and understanding for future generations of SLPs.
Johnson City, TN
Newport, Millie; Saliba, Gabrielle; Smith, Mary C.; and Louw, Brenda. 2021. Stepping Up and Taking the Lead: School-Based SLPs' Perceptions and Attitudes of Leadership. Johnson City, TN.
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