ABACLive Cambridge Center Series Presents Dr. Tara Fahmie: Ten Tips for Becoming a Productive Writer
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We Are Excited for the June 2022
ABACLive Cambridge Center Series Webinar Presented By:
Dr. Tara A. Fahmie, BCBA-D
Wednesday, June 15, 2022 | Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time
In 2022, the recording of all ABACLive Webinars and Workshops are accessible to those that register for the live event for 2-weeks. Continuing education credit and professional development requirements must be met within that two-week window.
Recording closes 6/29/22 at 11:59 pm eastern (New York) | You must register prior to the LIVE event to have access to the recording. Recording closes 14 days after the LIVE webinar.
While often associated with treatment for individuals with autism spectrum disorder, the field of behavior analysis has a lot to offer all professionals in the self-management of productive writing schedules. This workshop is designed for students or professionals who find themselves writing assessments, reports, treatment plans, IEP goals, research protocols, manuscripts, reviews, and more. Writing constitutes a large portion of professional correspondence in psychology, and often its efficiency is not directly trained. In this workshop, you will be provided with ten strategies to improve your own writing efficiency. Join Dr. Fahmie in the exploration and transformation of habits that may lead to missed deadlines, missed opportunities for funding, and overall lack of productivity. Participants will complete a workbook to guide the initial self-management of a productive writing schedule, so whether you find yourself avoiding writing tasks altogether, or you simply want to use your time more efficiently, this workshop will get you back on track.
Target Audience: This workshop is designed for students or professionals who find themselves writing assessments, reports, treatment plans, IEP goals, research protocols, manuscripts, reviews, and more. Professionals for whom the topic is within their scope of practice. We welcome students and others who are also interested in the topic to join us.
By the end of this event participants should be able to
1. Participants will identify the behavioral characteristics of writing.
2. Participants will identify strategies for increasing their writing productivity
3. Participants will identify habits that hinder the productivity of their writing.
Dr. Tara Fahmie is currently the Associate Director of the Severe Behavior Program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center's Munroe Meyer Institute. She previously held an appointment as associate professor at California State University, Northridge (CSUN). She earned her master’s degree from the University of Kansas, under the mentorship of Dr. Gregory Hanley, and her PhD from the University of Florida, under the mentorship of Dr. Brian Iwata. Dr. Fahmie is a BCBA-D and has over 15 years of experience implementing behavior analysis with various populations in clinics, schools, and residential settings. Her main area of expertise is in the assessment and treatment of severe problem behavior; she has conducted research, authored chapters, and received grants for her work in this area. Her initial interests in the functional analysis of problem behavior and acquisition of social skills in young children led to her emerging passion for research on the prevention of problem behavior.
Dr. Fahmie receives no royalties and have no conflict of interests. Proceeds from the purchase of the book authored by the presenters goes to the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies to promote the science of behavior in solving our behavior problems and enhancing our culture.
ELIGIBLE PROFESSIONS: CONTINUING EDUCATION
- Behavior Analysts earn 2 CEUs (Learning): LIVE & RECORDING
- Not eligible for NBCC, APA, AOTA, IACET or ASWB credit hours. You may download a certificate of attendance if your profession is not represented.
- You must attend the entire event to receive credit.
- Must submit all attendance codes and pass the post-test (see Expected Learning Outcomes).
- For ABAC's continuing education approvals statements please view our Continuing Education page.
EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES
After attending this event, attendees will select the correct answer on 80% of the questions within 3 attempts of the post-test that assesses the 3 learning objectives for this 2 hour event.
2:00 pm: Introduction: Welcome, Requirements to earn continuing education, Presenter Bio
2:05 pm: Webinar begins
3:45 pm: Q&A opportunity
4:00 pm: CE requirements, evaluation, check out, certificate of completion