12th Oxford Dysfluency Conference Awards

The Dave Rowley Award for International Initiatives
Dave Rowley served as ODC Chair and Co-Chair for many years before he passed away in 2015. Dave had many professional values, and one of them was international collaboration. He valued and encouraged new research, the creation of clinical and learning initiatives in under-resourced or developing countries, and collaborative working across countries and disciplines. The Dave Rowley Award for International Initiatives will be presented to an individual or international collaborative team that exemplifies Dave’s generous spirit, engaging fellowship, and international vision.

The Travers Reid Award
Applications are invited for the Travers Reid Award. This award is sponsored by the charity Action for Stammering Children and is made in honour and in memory of the co-founder and Life President, Travers Reid.

This award is open to any student whose research project was undertaken within the last three years on the subject of stammering in childhood. Applicants should have their abstract (either oral or poster) accepted for presentation at the 12th Oxford Dysfluency Conference. A letter of recommendation should be sent from the applicant’s supervisor to Jane Harley at jane.harley@nhs.net by 14th December.

The nominations/nominees will be judged at the Conference by a sub-group of the Scientific Committee, who will evaluate the strength and potential value of the research, as well as the standard of the presentation given at the Conference. The award will be made at the closing ceremony. The ability to present at the conference and attend the closing ceremony is a condition of applying. The recipient of the award will receive £300.

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Supporting Publications

Journal of Communication Disorders

Journal of Fluency Disorders

 
ODC
Organised by
 
  • Michael Pain Centre
  • George Washington Centre
  • Elsevier
Supported by
 
  • The Stuttering Foundation
  • Action for Stammering Children
Co-Sponsors
 
  • Michael Pain Centre
  • The George Washington University
  • European Clinical Specialization in Fluency Disorders
  • FluencyBank