PSHA is pleased to inform members of this/these opportunity/opportunities to participate in research. An overview of the purpose of the research, the requirements for the participants, and the contact information for the author(s) is included for the study/each of the studies. Please note that the authors have secured the appropriate approvals from Institutional Research Boards (IRBs) and other relevant entities for the conduct of their studies. PSHA supports scholarly work to advance our informational base about normal and non-normal communication, as well as clinical service delivery issues.
Seeking Participants for Research Project concerning the 3:1 service delivery model.
We, at the University of Kansas, are interested in service delivery models in the schools. The 3:1 model of service delivery has been discussed for almost two decades as one way to address the growing caseloads and additional demands speech-language pathologists in the schools are experiencing yet it does not appear to be widely used. We are conducting this study to better understand the use and impact of the 3:1 service delivery model in the public schools. The 3:1 service delivery model for school-based speech language pathologists is when the speech-language pathologist conducts three weeks of direct intervention followed by one week of indirect services. We would like your input whether you use the 3:1 model or not. This will entail your completion of a survey. The survey is expected to take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
We would very much appreciate your participation. The survey will close October 15, 2018.
Jane R. Wegner, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Schiefelbusch Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic
University of Kansas
Seeking Participants for Research Project to examine the challenges involved in assessing English Language Learners (ELLs).
You are being asked to participate in a research study at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). As a practicing speech-language pathologist (SLP), you may be familiar with the challenges involved in assessing English Language Learners (ELLs).
This questionnaire is part of a doctoral project I am completing in the Communication Sciences and Disorders department at UNCG under the direction of faculty member Dr. Robert Mayo. Your responses can help us understand more about providing culturally responsive assessments to ELL students.
This project has received approval from the Institutional Review Board at UNCG and all responses are 100% confidential.
Below is a link to a short survey. If you are interested in participating, please click on the link below to complete the survey.
Mariam M. Abdelaziz, M.A. CCC-SLP
Communication Sciences and Disorders
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Seeking Participants for Research Project to examine factors associated with use of AAC devces for individuals with aphasia.
I would like to request your participation in a survey to examine several factors associated with use of AAC devices for individuals with aphasia. This survey will take you approximately 10 minutes to answer the questions. It can be saved and resumed later though completion in one attempt is highly encouraged. Although participation may not benefit you directly, this survey study will make you aware of different variables that can be looked at for AAC use with individuals with aphasia. This research involves no more risk than what is associated with everyday life.
Please click on the link below to take you to the survey:
I am grateful for your participation.
PhD student, Speech-Language Pathology
The University of Kansas
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