Clinical Research Grants

 

SAC Clinical Research Grants

Launched in 2007, SAC's Clinical Research Grants aim to increase the clinical evidence base in the fields of speech-language pathology and audiology in Canada. Each year, SAC may award up to two grants of $3,500 each.

View the current recipients.

View past recipients and research topics.

 

Criteria

The principal applicant must: 

  • Be a practicing speech-language pathologist or audiologist.
  • Be a member of SAC.
  • Have, at a minimum, a master's degree (or equivalent) in speech-language pathology or audiology.
  • Have at least one year of clinical experience. 

 

Application

The 2020 application deadline has passed.

 

Evaluation:

SAC’s Clinical Research Grants Committee will evaluate submissions on the following criteria:

 

​Mentorship Program

Previous SAC CRG recipients have volunteered to mentor applicants and provide guidance on submitting a strong proposal.
If you are interested in submitting an application for a CRG and are looking for guidance, contact Chantal Kealey for a list of mentors. 

 

Resources

 

For Grant Recipients:

Interim Reporting Form: To be completed by recipient one year into research.

Final Reporting Form: To be completed by recipient once research is complete.

 

Questions?

Chantal Kealey, 
Director of Audiology
chantal@sac-oac.ca
1.800.259.8519 ext. 281