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Kudos to Don Kincaid for his Keynote Address
Don Kincaid, Professor in CFS, presented a keynote address to over 350 attendees at the Researcher-Academic Town Hall meeting at the 2014 conference of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association in Orlando. Dr. Kincaid's talk, entitled "The Role of Implementation Science in Scaling and Sustaining Evidence-based Interventions," was very much appreciated by both the audience and by Dr. Rob Horner, a colleague who originally was scheduled to present the keynote but who was unable to attend due to a last-minute emergency.
Stephen Camarata (Vanderbilt University) and Christine Yoshinaga-Itano (University of Colorado) then joined Don in a lively panel discussion moderated by Howard Goldstein (Associate Dean of Research, CBCS). Kudos go out to Don Kincaid for going the extra mile (more like 75 miles each way) and representing the USF College of Behavioral and Community Sciences so capably.