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Research Surveys

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.

Request (posted 10/2019)

Seeking Participants for Research Project regarding speech-language pathololgy support personnel.

I am a graduate student within the Communication Disorders and Sciences department at Eastern New Mexico University. The primary purpose of this IRB approved survey is to identify the courses SLP support personnel have taken in their undergraduate education, how confident they feel working with clients with different disorders, how many clients they have with these disorders, where they have gained the most knowledge on these disorders, and what disorders they would like to receive more information. This survey could be beneficial for undergraduate CDIS programs to gain insight into the service delivery portion of becoming a SLP support personnel.

Take the Survey Now.

Julianne Bailey
Eastern New Mexico University
Julianne.Bailey@enmu.edu

Request (posted 8/2019)

Seeking Participants for exploring school-based dysphagia practices and school-based interdisciplinary dysphagia management teams.

You are invited to participate in a research study that is exploring school-based dysphagia practices and school-based interdisciplinary dysphagia management teams.

This study is conducted by Danielle Osmelak, EdD, CCC-SLP and Elizabeth Brennan, BHS, in the Department of Communication Disorders from Governors State University, University Park IL. This research study is in conjunction with Ms. Brennan’s master’s thesis. This study has been approved by Governors State University Institutional Review Board, IRB approval # IRB-FY2019-128.

You will be asked to complete a brief online survey about your experiences and views related to school-based dysphagia services. This study will take approximately 10 minutes of your time.

If you have questions about this project, you may contact Dr. Danielle Osmelak (708) 235-7532 or dosmelak@govst.edu. If you have any questions about your rights as a participant in this study or any concerns, please contact Governors State University Institutional Review Board at IRB@govst.edu.

Thank you very much for your cooperation. We appreciate your time and help in understanding current school-based dysphagia trends.

If you are interested in participating, please click the link here:

https://www.research.net/r/J6XH5F5

Sincerely,
Danielle R. Osmelak, EdD, CCC-SLP
Assistant Professor
Department of Communication Disorders
Governors State University
dosmelak@govst.edu

Elizabeth Brennan, BHS
Department of Communications Disorders
Governors State University
ebrennan@student.govst.edu

Request (posted 5/2019)

Seeking Participants for current beliefs and treatment of clients with lateralization errors.

Dr. Megan Overby and Magdalena DiFazio of the Duquesne University Speech-Language Pathology department are seeking certified speech-language pathologists who are at least 18 years of age to participate in a 26-item survey (with 4 open-ended questions) survey about current beliefs and treatment of clients with lateralization errors (“slushy sounding” fricatives and/or affricates).

The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. You may stop the survey at any time if you do not wish to continue, and responses are anonymous. For questions, please contact Megan Overby at overbym@duq.edu. This investigation has been approved by the Duquesne University IRB.

To take the survey - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/lateralizations

 

 

 

How to Post a Research Study

Purpose

To advance the scholarly mission of PSHA with visible support for research efforts.
To provide scholars with opportunities to secure participants in their research studies.
To provide PSHA members with opportunities to participate in applied research.
To promote submission of research manuscripts for consideration for the PSHA Journal.
To enhance the public relations focus of PSHA with support of scholars nationwide.
To disseminate research-related information without excessive e-mail contact with PSHA members.

Click here for PSHA's Policy and Instructions to post a Research Study.

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