The editors of Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention (EBCAI) are inviting submissions to the journal. EBCAI brings together professionals who work in clinical and educational practice as well as researchers from all disciplines to promote evidence-based practice (EBP) in serving individuals with communication impairments.
The primary aims of EBCAI are to:
- Promote evidence-based practice (EBP) in communication assessment and intervention;
- Appraise the latest and best communication assessment and intervention studies so as to facilitate the use of research findings in clinical and educational practice;
- Provide a forum for discussions that advance EBP; and
- Disseminate research on EBP.
The journal targets speech-language pathologists, special educators, regular educators, applied behavior analysts, clinical psychologists, physical therapists, and occupational therapists who serve children or adults with communication impairments.
If you are interested in submitting your research to EBCAI, please follow the below instructions.
Submissions from Europe, North America, and South America should be submitted to Professor Ralf Schlosser
Submissions from Africa, Asia, and the Australia/New Zealand region should be sent to Professor Jeff Sigafoos.
Worldwide Submissions in the area of Neurogenic Communication Disorders should be sent to Professor Rajinder Koul
Submissions to EBCAI should be accompanied by a cover letter with the following information:
- a request that the manuscript be considered for publication
- a statement that the manuscript has not been published elsewhere and is not currently submitted elsewhere
- a statement that appropriate ethical procedures have been followed and the standards governing research involving human participants in force in the country in which the research has been conducted have been met (note that The Code of Ethics of the World Medical Association (Declaration of Helsinki) represents a minimal requirement)
Manuscripts (including tables and appendices) should be saved as Microsoft Word files (version 6.0 or later) and figures should be saved as PowerPoint, Word or Excel documents and emailed to the editors.
- Editor-in-Chief: Ralf W. Schlosser, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Northeastern University (R.Schlosser@neu.edu)
- Editor-in-Chief: Jeff Sigafoos, College of Education, Victoria University of Wellington (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Editor-in-Chief: Rajinder Koul, Department of Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (Rajinder.Koul@ttuhsc.edu)