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HQPC Announces New Members and a New Scholarship Opportunity

While saying a sincere thank you to Esther Geva and to Melanie Campbell for their service to the Network as HQPC members, we welcome new members to HQPC. Andrée Durieux-Smith and Lesly Wade-Woolley join Pierre Cormier in the Graduate Student Awards sub-committee, and Sonya Symons will coordinate the Undergraduate Summer Research Assistantship program for 2004. Alice Eriks-Brophy continues as HQPC Liaison to the Student Network, and Mike Masson and Monique Sénéchal are participating in HQPC’s Systematic Review program. HQPC Partnerships and news of other HQPC programs will be described here in the coming months, as well as our teamwork with the Student Network under the direction of the new SN Executive, chaired by Randy Newman.

For now we want to bring your attention to the November 1st deadline for Pre-doctoral and Post-doctoral Training Awards for Speech Language Pathology and Audiology offered by the Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program ( “The CCHCSP recruits, trains and supports researchers and clinician-scientists who have an interest in child and youth health. A core curriculum delivers a common multidisciplinary language of research, while imparting professional skills and values. It provides opportunity for education and collaborative experiences with institutions and researchers across Canada.” The graduate and post-doctoral awards generously fund comprehensive and unique training opportunities for Network students interested in research related to children’s health and welfare. Please consult the CCHCSP web page for eligibility and application guidelines, and if you are interested in applying immediately contact Andrée Durieux-Smith (, who represents the disciplines of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology in both the HQPC and CCHCSP.

Kathleen Bloom
Chair, HQPC

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