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.
The aim of the research is to gather information on clinicians' and researchers’ experiences of using the FOIS as an outcome measure tool in the management of people with dysphagia.
You are invited to participate in this research project being conducted by Maria Dimitriou as part of her The research seeks to identify what recipes and contrast agents are used internationally by clinicians who carry out videofluroscopic swallow studies (VFSS).
We want to bring together those directly affected by chronic conditions – patients, carers, family, and healthcare professionals – to identify and prioritise their unanswered questions about managing chronic conditions in Primary Care in Ireland.
This study aims to describe the attitudes and practices of monolingual and multi-/bilingual Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) in the Republic of Ireland that provide services to multi-/bilingual children irrespective of the number of multi-/bilingual children on your caseload.
This research survey is being undertaken by the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (CATs)
For this survey I am seeking your professional experience and perspectives on the provision of healthcare information for stroke patients.
Research Survey Participation - A qualitative study exploring the role of play-based strategies for the speech development of children through the perspectives and experiences of speech therapists