Qualitative Research in Communication Disorders
This book is a step-by-step guide written specifically for student clinicians/researchers who are beginning to use this important research methodology.
Stammering Pride and Prejudice: Contemporary approaches to stammering using the social model of disability
This book is a call to action. We invite people who stammer, professionals and researchers to work together to liberate the stammered voice: Stammering Pride and Prejudice.
A Practical Guide to Working with Head and Neck Cancer: For the Speech and Language Therapist
This book is a highly practical and accessible guide for SLTs working with clients with head and neck cancer.
Case Studies in Cleft Palate Speech: Data analysis and principled intervention (with DVD)
This book presents cleft palate case studies with phonological interpretation of phonetic transcription supported by video footage.
Communication and Mental Health Disorders - Developing Theory, Growing Practice
This book brings together academics and expert clinicians to share their research, clinical expertise and insights in the presentation of current theory and evolving practice of language and communication work with children and adults with mental health disorders.
Creating Practice-based Evidence: A resource for SLTs, 2nd ed
To help SLTs become research active within their existing clinical environment, this new edition of Creating Practice-based Evidence has been updated and revised, providing more detail and including new chapters.