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SLP Treatment Approach & Intensity Survey

University of Delaware

Authors / Faculty: Amanda Owen Van Horne
Contact Person: Amanda Owen Van Horne
End Date: 12/15/2018

Over the last few years of doing treatment research in a lab-based setting, I’ve come to see that the treatment intensity and duration is quite different from what is provided in a clinic or school-based setting. But I have not been able to find good references for what IS being done in everyday practice for preschool and early elementary school aged kids.

To help us better understand the amount and type of services that are usually provided, I am conducting a survey of typical service delivery practices. The survey involves answering some questions about the service provision setting and then reviewing 4 short cases and responding to questions about the treatment intensity and approach that would be used with that child. The survey takes 25-30 minutes to complete. The survey is open to US based speech pathologists working with children ages 3-7 in any setting.

 

http://bit.ly/slp-survey

 

You can also help us be sharing this link among your professional networks with others who might be eligible to participate.  Thanks for your help in improving our understanding of the everyday working conditions faced by SLPs who serve young children.  Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

 

3:1 Service Delivery Model : A National Survey

University of Kansas

Authors / Faculty: Jane Wegner, Stephanie Meehan, Alyssa Berkowitz
Contact Person: Jane Wegner
Phone:
End Date: 10/15/2018

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.

Cultural Competence for Speech Language Pathologists: Preparation at the Graduate Level

Saint Ambrose University

Authors / Faculty: Quinn Klobuchar, B.S. & Rachael Suddarth Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Contact Person: Rachael Suddarth
End Date: 8/3/2018

WHAT IS THIS FORM?

You are being invited to participate in a research study. The purpose of this consent form is to describe the research study to help you decide if you want to participate. It also tells you about why the study is being done, about the risks and benefits of the study, and about your rights as a research subject. You are being asked to participate because you are a recent graduate in the field of speech-language pathology. You are free to choose if you want to be in the research study. If you wish, you can talk it over with other people before deciding. You should not feel pressured to participate. If you decide to participate in this research study, you will be asked to click a button at the end of this form to indicate consent. You will be given a copy to keep.

WHY IS THIS STUDY BEING DONE?

The goal of this study is to gain a better understanding of the preparation offered in speech-language pathology graduate programs to develop cultural competence in their students and future clinicians.

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY?

The purpose of this research is to gather the perceptions of recent graduates in the field of speech- language pathology concerning their preparedness to provide evaluation and intervention services to individuals with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

HOW MANY PEOPLE WILL PARTICIPATE?

We anticipate that about 50 people will participate in this study.

HOW LONG WILL I BE IN THIS STUDY?

Participation would include taking one on-line survey that will require around 20-minutes of your time to complete.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN DURING THIS STUDY?

If you agree to participate in this study, you will be asked to do the following:

1. Open the survey in SurveyMonkey.

2. Read through and answer each question to the best of your ability.

3. Submit survey.

WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF THIS STUDY?

The risk is expected to be minimal in the study. Some questions may be uncomfortable to answer for the participant and so they may leave the item blank. Since there is no identifying information collected, there is no risk of professional or personal harm based on responses.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF TAKING PART IN THIS STUDY?

This study will give you the opportunity to consider your educational and professional experiences in relation to diversity in the United States. It is anticipated that this survey will increase the awareness of any given participant to the importance of cultural competence as a speech-language pathologist.

This study will provide insight into the effectiveness of graduate programs to prepare speech-language pathologists for clinical assessment and intervention with culturally and linguistically diverse populations.

HOW WILL MY PERSONAL INFORMATION BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL?

No information will be collected that could link your identity to your survey results. We will not ask your name or the name of your university. We will not collect data that links your survey to any personal data. We will not tell anyone you are in this study. All data will be stored on a computer that is protected with a password. Only Quinn Klobuchar and Rachael Suddarth will have access to the information contained in the electronic records. All information collected from you will be deleted or destroyed no later than May 12, 2019.

WHAT ARE THE COSTS OF BEING PART OF THIS STUDY?

There is no cost to you for being in this research study.

WILL I BE PAID FOR PARTICIPATING IN THIS STUDY?

You will not be paid for being in this research study.

WHAT IF I AM INJURED BECAUSE I TOOK PART IN THIS STUDY?

Although we believe that the risk of being injured during the course of this study is minimal, if you are injured, notify one of the investigator(s) immediately. Any medical care that you receive will be billed to you or to your insurance company in the same manner as your other medical needs are addressed. Neither the investigators nor St. Ambrose University can assume responsibility for any additional medical costs you may incur as a result of your participation in this research.

WHAT ARE MY RIGHTS IF I TAKE PART IN THIS STUDY?

Taking part in this research study is completely voluntary. You do not have to be in the study if you do not want to. If you decide to be in this study, but later change your mind, you may stop participating at any time. If you decide not to be in this study, or if you stop participating at any time, you will not be penalized or lose any benefits to which you are otherwise entitled.

WHAT IF I HAVE QUESTIONS?

We encourage you to ask questions and to take as much time as you need to make a decision. We will be happy to answer any questions you have about this study now or at any time during the study. If you have further questions about this study or if you have a research-related problem, you may contact one of the principal investigators, Rachael Suddarth at SuddarthRachaelM@sau.edu or by phone, at 563.333.3923. You may also contact Quinn Klobuchar at klobucharquinnt@sau.edu or by phone, at 309.370.2856.

DOCUMENTATION OF CONSENT:

I would like to participate in this research. I understand this is voluntary. I understand that by agreeing to participate in this research and beginning this survey I do not waive any of my legal rights.

If you have any questions or comments about the informed consent process or the St. Ambrose Institutional Research policy, please contact Dr. Regina Matheson, Dean of Graduate and Adult Education, at 563.333.5838.

Yes, I will participate (Please click the link to participate)

No, I do not want to participate

Use of AAC in aphasia rehabilitation: A survey

The University of Kansas

Authors / Faculty: Juhi Kidwai, Julie Gatts
Contact Person: Juhi Kidwai
Phone: 7859178310
End Date: 11/10/2018

This study is a primary step of research investigation for identifying specific clinician and client dependent variables when assessing and providing intervention for AAC use for individuals with aphasia.  You need to be a certified practicing speech language pathologist to complete this survey. Although this survey is self-paced, it will take you approximately 10 minutes to answer the questions. The survey 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.

I am grateful for your participation in the study.

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