Linking Research to Practice and Student Education

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Linking Research to Practice and Student Education - a free event for speech and language therapists supporting student clinical education

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The Centre for Language and Communication Science Research at City, University of London is excited to showcase their latest research with a range of client groups, with implications for clinical practice and student education.

There will be two parallel sessions covering developmental and adult research topics. Each presentation will summarise key research findings and the potential or actual impact of the research on professionals, clients and their families, and on student education. Attendees will be invited to share how they will use research findings to change clinical practice and improve student education.

Automated closed captions will be provided. The session will not be recorded.

Schedule: Adult stream

Adjustment with aphasia after stroke: A pilot feasibility randomised controlled trial for Supporting wellbeing through PeeR-Befriending (SUPERB)

Katerina Hilari & Nicholas Behn

‘He gave me advice, and hope’: a qualitative exploration of outcomes and experiences of the SUPERB peer befriending scheme for people with aphasia

Becky Moss et al.

How SLTs and nurses talk and write about patients’ communication need: The restricting effect of the acute stroke care context

Rachel Barnard et al.

Using Solution Focused Brief Therapy to enhance wellbeing in people with aphasia

Sarah Northcott & Katerina Hilari

The READ IT Project: Using mainstream technologies to enhance reading in aphasia Brief Therapy to enhance wellbeing in people with aphasia

Jane Marshall et al.

Choosing your words carefully: suggestions on how to help people with aphasia select personally relevant words for treatment.

Julie Hickin et al.

Evaluating self-reported voice problems in singers

Aparna Ramachandran et al.

A virtual mash up

Niamh Devane et al.

Developmental stream

Do Registered Intermediaries help barristers to ask more developmentally appropriate questions during cross-examination?

Lucy Henry et al.

Early identification of social communication needs: evidence on a new cross-cultural pre-school assessment

Penny Roy et al.

A language and literacy intervention for deaf and hearing children: a feasibility study

Ros Herman & Penny Roy

Improving working memory in children with language difficulties

Emma Christopher et al.

Predictors of wellbeing in young adults with Aphasia and young adults with Developmental Language Disorder

Vasiliki Kladouchou et al.

The Our Story app: using digital stories with children and the elderly

David Messer

Prevalence of language impairments in looked-after children aged 5 to 14 years: Professionals’ and children’s views on the nature of language impairments

Sevil Savi-Karayol et al.

The development of phonological working memory in children with DLD

Abbie Moran et al.

Please register to secure your free place. If the event is oversubscribed we will give priority to clinicians who currently provide clinical placements for our students.

One final note: We are determined to maintain the quality of our student education despite the pandemic. However, COVID 19 has had a significant impact on our student placement offers. Please contact our placements team if you can offer any face to face or remote student placements, or if you can increase the offers that you already provide:



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