School of Health Professions Annual Conference

The School of Health Professions (SHP) holds an interprofessional conference each year on Martin Luther King Day. The topics at the conference are geared toward OT, PT, SLP, PA and SW clinicians. Alumni of Concordia and clinicians who have supervised our students receive a discount on the registration fee for the conference.

If you would like to volunteer and present at the conference or if you have more questions, please contact


Speech-language Pathology Continuing Ed

Part of the Speech-Language Pathology department mission is to provide support to post-graduate clinicians through continuing education opportunities. These programs will support practicing clinicians by providing relevant continuing education courses for the advancement of their clinical practice and maintenance of certification and licensure.

By pursuing continuing education, you’ll get to address issues across the lifespan and scope of practice. Studies will delve into current topics relevant to the needs of practicing clinicians in southeast Wisconsin and the surrounding areas. Each course is tailored to benefit those currently in practice, regardless of how much experience they have.

Attendance for the entire course is required to receive the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (ASHA) CEUs. Participants in Continuing Education events are expected to sign in and out to demonstrate attendance at each event. You will need to provide your ASHA number for submission to the ASHA CE Registry.

Program Faculty includes Professor Cindy Hrdi, M.S., CCC-SLP, C/NDT, Director of Clinical Education and CE Administrator, Department of Speech-Language Pathology.