Innovation—technological, organizational, and whatnot—is seen increasingly by professional associations as essential to research and clinical work, as a key indicator of a healthy profession.
The staff at the National Office are keenly interested in better understanding and promoting innovation in our association and professions. And so, we turn to you. What do you think? How has innovation improved your practice and/or research? In which ways have you been innovative in your work, particularly during these challenging economic times? We’re interested in hearing from you, either through a text or video post!
Gary Dunham, PhD, is the director of publications at the ASHA national office. Before working for ASHA, he served as the executive director of the State University of New York Press and the director of the University of Nebraska Press.