Please consider completing a research survey!

Please consider completing a research survey!

IASLT endeavours to support research, we consider applications to post surveys which are relevant to our membership. Please consider completing one of the surveys below to support SLT students, researchers and colleagues as they conduct research to augment the evidence base for our professional practice.

Resarch Surve Participation

Study Title: Experiences and opinions of healthcare professionals about the audio-vestibular findings of individuals with traumatic brain injury

Researchers at the University of Nottingham Hearing Sciences have launched a survey aiming to learn more about the auditory and balance status of this group of patients through the opinions and experiences of healthcare professionals.

Posted: 17 May, 2022
Research Survey

Views of multidisciplinary team members and Occupational Therapist about the role of occupational therapy in Intensive Care

The purpose of this study is to explore the views of multidisciplinary team members and Occupational Therapists about the role of occupational therapy in Intensive Care.

Posted: 17 May, 2022
Research Survey

Research Survey: the perspectives that multidisciplinary team members have of behaviour analytic practices

The aim of this research is to understand your opinions on a practice called functional analysis. By taking part in this survey, you are giving insight into the methods we use to understand what is being communicated by behaviours that challenge.

Posted: 12 May, 2022
CATs Research Project on Aphasia

Research Project on Aphasia

Research project that aims at designing an "aphasia-friendly" template for research projects

Posted: 09 May, 2022
Research Study

Continuing Interprofessional Education Study - Recruiting SLT Graduates and Managers

 

Posted: 05 May, 2022
Research Survey

Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists International - Survey of SLT Services for Aphasia following Stroke

We would like to ask you to fill in this form providing information about aphasia treatment where you work. This is to give us an idea of what services are currently available for people with aphasia following stroke in all our member and other countries.

Posted: 07 April, 2022
Research Survey

“The impact of impairment: exploring speech pathologists’ measurement of outcomes in school-aged students with communication difficulties.”

Are you a Speech-Language Therapist who works with school-aged students (primary and/or secondary) with a primary diagnosis of speech, language or communication difficulty? If so, you are invited to participate in a study exploring current outcome measurements used by SLTs with this population.

Posted: 06 April, 2022