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

University of Limerick SPARC Survey Launch

Do you work in the area of dysphagia? Have a minimum of one year’s experience working with people with swallowing problems? Do you recommend thickened liquids/fluids for your clients? If so, we want to hear from you about your opinions and practices regarding this intervention!

Posted: 16 August, 2022
Research Survey Participation Required

Research Participation Required - The user experience of pharyngeal residue interpretation tools (rating scales) used in (FEES)

We are conducting research into the user experience of pharyngeal residue interpretation tools (rating scales) used in (FEES).

Posted: 16 August, 2022
Mental Health Reform Survey Participation

Mental Health Service Providers & Assisted Decision-Making - Section 38s and 39s and others - Research Survey

MHR sits on the HSE's Assisted Decision Making Capacity (ADM) Mental Health Reference Group. MHR is the only NGO on the reference group. The Group has surveyed mental health service providers in each CHO to ask about their readiness to implement the new ADM laws.

Posted: 03 August, 2022
Research Survey Participation REquired

CATs International Survey of SLT Services for Aphasia following stroke

CATs International Survey of SLT Services for Aphasia following stroke

Posted: 07 July, 2022
Invitation to complete a short research survey

Invitation to complete a short research survey

SLT working in Ireland are welcome to take part. Participation should take no more than 10 minutes and all responses are anonymous with no identifying features.

Posted: 06 July, 2022
Research Survey

Survey: Respiratory Care and Lung Function.

 

Posted: 08 June, 2022
Research Study

Research Thesis on quality of work life of Speech and Language Therapists (SLT) in Ireland

Research thesis on quality of work life of Speech and Language Therapists in Ireland. The purpose of this study is to examine the quality of work life and compare it to other allied health professionals.

Posted: 08 June, 2022