Oxford Dysfluency Conference

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11th Oxford Dsyfluency Conference
St Catherine’s College, Oxford, UK | 20-23 September 2017

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ODC 2014 conference proceedings will be published in Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences on Science Direct. This will mean that submissions accepted for the ODC 2014 proceedings will be freely available to anyone to read, download and cite. Find out more here!

The 10th Oxford Dysfluency Conference (ODC) is to be held at St Catherine’s College Oxford from 17 - 20 July, 2014. ODC has a reputation as one of the leading international scientific conferences in the field of dysfluency. The conference brings together researchers and clinicians, providing a showcase and forum for discussion and collegial debate about the most current and innovative research and clinical practices. Throughout the history of ODC, the primary aim has been to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice. The conference seeks to promote research that informs management, with interventions that are supported by sound theory and which inform future research.

In 2014, the goal of the Oxford Dysfluency Conference is to lead a challenging international debate about the latest research in disorders of fluency and its clinical applications.

The 2014 conference will enable delegates to:

  • Present the latest research developments and findings
  • Explore issues relating to the nature of stuttering and its treatment
  • Develop knowledge and clinical skills working with children and adults who stutter
  • Consider ways to integrate research into clinical practice
  • Support and encourage new researchers in the field
  • Develop collaborations with researchers working in dysfluency
  • Provide informal opportunities to meet and discuss ideas with leading experts in the field in a friendly environment
  • Advance research in the field of dysfluency

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