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.
We are investigating the experiences of allied health professionals having difficult conversations, such as breaking bad news, with clients and have developed a new e-training package to support this.
This study is being conducted to determine the barriers to research use in practice, for Allied Health Professionals in Ireland.
Views of Speech and Language Therapists, Family Therapists, and people with aphasia and their family members on the use of family therapy after acquired brain injury
Project title: Co-producing culturally responsive approaches to supporting communication of people from refugee backgrounds
As part of my training, I am completing a research study exploring the positive and negative outcomes for clinicians working with children who have experienced sexual abuse. I feel like this research study could be very relevant for speech and language therapists, and beneficial for the profession.
We are writing to you regarding our Final Year Research Dissertation as part of our BSc of Speech and Language Therapy in University College Cork. We are looking to recruit SLTs to take part in this project.
The attitudes and the preparedness of healthcare workers on communication and swallowing difficulties in long covid across Ireland, the UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the US and Canada.
This study aims to build consensus amongst Speech and Language Therapists working with adults who stutter, on the key components of therapeutic alliance using E- Delphi methodology.
Final Research Project - SLT Participation required to investigate the views of speech and language therapists regarding therapeutic alliance in stuttering intervention.
Final Year Research Project - This research is being carried out as part of an undergraduate final year project in Clinical Speech and Language Studies in Trinity College Dublin.
A team of researchers at Charles Sturt University led by Dr Sarah Verdon, have developed a survey to learn about current international practice with humanitarian migrants (i.e., asylum seekers, refugees etc.).
The aim of this research is to gain an understanding of the international practice patterns of Otolaryngologists and Speech-Language Pathologists for initial assessment and differential diagnosis of voice disorders.
Master thesis: Inclusion and job satisfaction of physically impaired speech-language pathologists - an empirical-quantitative study in an international context