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.
National Survey of Service Providers use of 'F-Words for Child Development' Framework.
Researchers at University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia are conducting a research project to explore how Speech and Language Therapists implement collaborative approaches with children and families, and their perspectives of this, including attitudes and experiences.
This is a process of engagement with a wide range of stakeholders to see what the core issues are and how technology might be designed to best meet the needs of Speech & Language Therapists and the families they work with.
The current study seeks to investigate the views of SLTs working with children with language disorder regarding the acceptability, appropriateness and feasibility of the tool and to understand the assessment context where the tool might be used.
This study is being undertaken to find out about the international clinical practices of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists/Physical Therapists and Speech and Language Therapists/Pathologists working with people living with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)/Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
The purpose of this study is to examine the factors that influence the intention of communication partners to use augmentative and alternative communication with persons with severe/profound intellectual disability.
This survey is to explore the idea of how vocal and communicative congruence is considered by transgender/ gender-diverse people and speech-language therapists/ pathologists in the assessment and goal setting of speech and language therapy.
An investigation into the factors that lead to the abandonment or inconsistent use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) systems from the perspective of Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) in Ireland
The BRAIN-RESTORE programme of research is a joint project between the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and Beaumont Hospital led by professor Kathleen Bennett.
Dynamic Temporal & Tactile Cueing (DTTC) is a therapy approach designed by Edythe Strand aimed at treating Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)
Please participate in this international survey developed by the Multilingual Aphasia Practice Group (Working group 2: Aphasia Assessment and Outcomes), which is part of the international network Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists.
Research studies on swallowing treatments need to be able to measure how well the treatment works. Researchers do this by measuring ‘outcomes’. Examples of outcomes include ‘quality of life’ and ‘severity of swallowing difficulty’.
We are seeking facilitators (individuals responsible for organising/coordinating) of aphasia camps anywhere in the world to participate.
IALP are requesting support from our members as they work to gain an understanding of the factors affecting retention of SLP/SLTs within the profession. This project is a joint initiative between (ESLA) and (IALP).
This research aims to develop an understanding of current supervision practices within Irish disability settings in the context of the implementation of the ‘Progressing Disability Services for Children and Young People’ programme.
I am a student on the MSc Autism Spectrum Disorders course at Queens University Belfast, and would like to invite you to participate in my research study.