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23 January, 2020 - A.T. Still University

A. T. Still University has developed a survey for Canadian audiologists who initially practiced with a master’s degree then completed their Au.D. degree through one of the online programs.    The purpose of the survey is to...

21 January, 2020 - Speech-Language and Audiology Canada

SAC is proud to award 21 scholarships to the following student associates as part of the 2019 SAC Scholarship Program: Elks & Royal Purple Fund for Children Susan Lane Scholarship Spencer Halfyard - University of...

21 January, 2020 - The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is pleased to announce the launch of the Dementia Strategic Fund (DSF): Awareness Raising Initiatives. This is the first open solicitation for funding that was announced in Budget 2019 of $50 million over 5...

14 January, 2020 - Speech-Language & Audiology Canada

The Government of Canada is planning to undertake a full review of its MAID legislation this summer. As well, the Government of Canada is moving quickly to prepare a response to the recent Quebec court ruling that indicated it is unconstitutional to...

09 January, 2020 - The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA)

SAC members are invited to attend CLSA’s January webinar based on the quantitative analysis of early retirement among health professionals using CLSA data. This will be presented by Dr. Sarah Hewko, assistant professor in the Department of Applied...

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