Introduction to the Survey

This study was designed by a graduate student to see what many different supervisors in speech-language pathology would advise present students and junior clinicians. This survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

 

This study is being conducted by Aria D’Ambrosi (Aria.Dambrosi13@stjohns.edu) under the supervision of Dr. Karece Lopez (LopezK@stjohns.edu), Communication Sciences and Disorders, St. John’s University. This survey is voluntary and you may decline to answer any questions. There are no known risks associated with participating in this survey and there are no direct benefits. By continuing this survey your consent is implied. For questions about your rights as a research participant, you may contact the University’s Institutional Review Board, St. John’s University, Dr. Raymond DiGiuseppe, Chair digiuser@stjohns.edu 718-990-1955 or Marie Nitopi, IRB Coordinator, nitopim@stjohns.edu 718-990-1440.

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* 1. Are you currently a speech-language pathologist (SLP) who supervises other SLPs or graduate students or clinical fellows training to become SLPs?

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* 2. What is the highest degree you have earned?

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* 3. Where did you receive your Master’s/Doctorate degree?

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* 4. What year did you graduate?

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* 5. Gender:

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* 6. In which states are you currently licensed?

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* 7. How many years have you served as a supervisor in the field?

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* 8. What populations do you currently supervise? (Select all that apply)

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* 9. In which clinical settings do you currently supervise? (Select all that apply)

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* 10. Approximately what percentage of your workweek is spent supervising students or other clinicians?

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* 11. What factors shaped your decision to supervise in the field of speech-language pathology?

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* 12. As an experienced clinician and supervisor, please describe three aspects of the field that you did not know about when you first started in the field.

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* 13. Reflecting on a situation where you were unsure of the correct response/approach to a particular client, how would you approach that situation now?

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* 14. What is something you wish you realized while in graduate school?

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* 15. List three physical items (in order) that a clinician should always have when treating clients.

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* 16. In your opinion, what are three most important aspects of a successful clinician?

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* 17. During your interactions with supervisees, what are the three most important things you have learned from them?

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* 18. What additional advice do you have for graduate students or junior clinicians?

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