July 30, 2020

An initiative to foster strong language and literacy development in our young children

by Gail Mulcair, Chief Executive Officer, Speech Pathology Australia Speech Pathology Australia is the national peak professional body for speech pathologists (speech-language pathologists) in Australia and represents just over 10,000 members. Speech pathologists study, diagnose and treat communication disorders, including difficulties with speech, language, fluency and voice, as well as difficulties with swallowing, termed dysphagia.... Read more »

March 26, 2020

Advancing Hematology in Brazil

The Brazilian Association of Hematology, Hemotherapy and Cell Therapy (ABHH) is the premier hematology association in Brazil, representing more than 4,000 members in the region. ABHH promotes, guides and defends policies and measures that determine ethics, recognition, dignity and appreciation within the hematology profession in Brazil and abroad, advocating for quality patient care, providing education... Read more »

February 26, 2020

Korea International Trade Association Models Innovation and Provides Hands on Experiential Education to Increase Member Companies’ Trade Competitiveness

The Korea International Trade Association (KITA) has a history of working closely with the government to craft trade-friendly policies and increase Korea’s economic growth. As a result of the strong combination of the association’s efforts and the resulting governmental policies, Korea’s economic growth since the 1960s has resulted in Korea having the 14th largest GDP... Read more »

February 26, 2020

Korea Pharmaceutical and Bio-Pharma Manufacturers Association Advances the Pharma Industry and Increases Economic Growth.

The Korea Pharmaceutical and Bio-Pharma Manufacturers Association (KPBMA) advances the Korean pharmaceutical (pharma) industry production and export growth by championing voluntary standards compliance and a push towards ISO (International Standards Organization) compliance. Hee-Mok Won, Chairman of KPBMA, indicates that while the expansion of research and development programs within their member companies help those companies stay... Read more »

February 26, 2020

Business Rehabilitation and Insolvency Practitioners Association Strives to Boost Georgian Economy

At first glance, the Georgian economy is a good news story. The economy’s growth rate improved from 2.5% in 2016 to 4.5% in 2019. Georgia’s ranking in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Index also improved from 24 to 6, out of 190 countries. A closer look at the Ease of Doing Business ranking... Read more »

February 26, 2020

Engineers Australia Increase Public Safety and Vocalize Industry Expertise through Accreditation and Advocacy

by Emily Reineke, CAE Engineers plan, construct, and maintain the built world we interact with—everything from roads, buildings, and bridges, to vehicles, medical devices and energy infrastructure. Engineering standard setting is crucial for public safety, and Engineers Australia facilitates this process. For Australian degree programs, this happens through a traditional accreditation process of evaluating and... Read more »