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.

Survey Participation Required

Parental experiences of mealtimes with their children and/or young people with Down syndrome: A mixed-methods study

The purpose of this study is to describe some experience of a group of parents whose child/young person has Down syndrome regarding mealtimes.

Posted: 06 February, 2024
Research Study Participation

"To examine the perceptions of Speech and Language therapists in Ireland on the advantages and disadvantages of Telepractice with children during the Covid-19 pandemic"

The aim of this study is to establish SLT's perceptions of the advantages and disadvantages of telepractice for children during the covid 19 pandemic in Ireland.

Posted: 29 January, 2024
Survey Open until the 30th January 2024

Development of a Core Outcome Set for Dysphagia Interventions in Parkinson’s disease: the COS-DIP Study

This study is to find out what the most important outcomes to measure in clinical trials on dysphagia interventions in people with PD are.

Posted: 25 January, 2024
Research Study Participation

Invitation to Participate in a Qualitative Study

Exploring the experiences of providing speech and language services in rural Ireland through the perspectives of Speech and Language Therapists- A Qualitative Study.

Posted: 24 January, 2024
RESEARCH SURVEY PARTICIPATION

Integrating Generalist Palliative Care in Cancer Care Practice

The aim of this research is to understand the experiences, issues, and challenges for cancer care healthcare professionals to integrate generalist palliative care within their practice in hospitals.

Posted: 05 December, 2023
RESEARCH SURVEY PARTICIPATION

Speech and Language Therapy as a Career: Perceptions amongst Male SLTs and Students

The aim of the study is to investigate and understand the perspectives of men entering, studying, and working in the profession of speech and language therapy. This study is being carried out within University College Cork.

Posted: 05 December, 2023
RESEARCH SURVEY PARTICIPATION

ROADMAP (Nutrition Knowledge Attitudes and Competence in Healthcare Professionals) study

This study is being conducted to assess the nutrition knowledge, skills and attitudes of primary healthcare Professionals.

Posted: 05 December, 2023
Research Survey Participation

Speaking their own language(s)? Heritage Language in Clinical Settings

It is recognised that many SLT’s may be working with clients and families who might use one, or more, heritage languages, other than English. This survey aims to invite therapists to share their views and experiences regarding heritage language(s).

Posted: 05 December, 2023