Editor’s Column Mentor … a master teacher. Descriptors that so often enhance the word mentor are wise, faithful and true. As a complement to our introduction of the Division 11 Mentoring Project, this issue of Perspectives covers various dimensions of mentoring. In our Assistants column, Appier discusses ASHA’s new Speech-Language Pathology ... Editorial
Editorial  |   March 01, 2003
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Editorial   |   March 01, 2003
Editor’s Column
SIG 11 Perspectives on Administration and Supervision, March 2003, Vol. 13, 2. doi:10.1044/aas13.1.2
SIG 11 Perspectives on Administration and Supervision, March 2003, Vol. 13, 2. doi:10.1044/aas13.1.2
Mentor … a master teacher. Descriptors that so often enhance the word mentor are wise, faithful and true. As a complement to our introduction of the Division 11 Mentoring Project, this issue of Perspectives covers various dimensions of mentoring.
In our Assistants column, Appier discusses ASHA’s new Speech-Language Pathology Assistants Registration Program for those who mentor individuals in the assistant education process. In the Audiology column, Allen, our column editor, and her colleagues, introduce the topic of virtual teams as an interaction tool. In our Financial column, Johnson discusses ASHA’s valuable business practices documents, which increase our awareness of the crucial business skills we can address as we prepare students for independent clinical practice. In the Medicare column, Lusis quashes misconceptions about HIPAA and helps equip us to mentor others regarding its mandates. In our Outcomes column, Vega-Baracho-witz, our column editor, presents an excellent overview of leadership and relates this concept to improvement of clinical outcomes measurement. Our Supervision column from Lefkowitz, our column editor, discusses mentoring individuals working in more isolated clinical situations. In our Technology column, Rabe addresses retention of expertise and experience via technology. In “Evaluation of Critical Thinking Skills in Clinical Practicum Students,” Lejeune and I address evaluating and enhancing critical thinking skills, an area with the potential to enrich all dimensions of clinical practice.
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