Survey Participation Required - diagnosing acquired non-progressive apraxia of speech (AOS)

Posted by | Administration Officer | Date: 13 Feb 2018 | 10:39am

Dear Colleague,

My name is Jessica Molloy and I am conducting an international survey to explore the practices and experiences of Speech and Language Therapists/Pathologists (SLTs/ SLPs) in diagnosing acquired non-progressive apraxia of speech (AOS). I am conducting this research as part of my Masters in Clinical Speech and Language Studies at the Department of Clinical Speech and Language Studies, Trinity College Dublin, under the supervision of Dr Caroline Jagoe.

The study involves completing an anonymous online survey. You are eligible to participate if you are a qualified SLT/SLP with any experience with adults with acquired AOS.  

Your participation in this research would be greatly appreciated. I would like as many SLTs/SLPs as possible to be given the opportunity to participate, in order to capture the most representative sample therefore I would greatly appreciate if you would consider forwarding this survey link to colleagues you know who are working in the area of acquired communication disorders.

The survey contains 9 questions and should take less than 10 minutes to complete. It is anonymous and no identifying information will be obtained or used at any stage in this research. The results of the study should ultimately benefit SLTs/SLPs working with this population.

If you would like to discuss this research further or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact myself or Dr Caroline Jagoe using the details below.

Many thanks,

Jessica Molloy,

MSc. student


Jessica Molloy                                                                                   Dr Caroline Jagoe

Tel: (00353) 876499184                                                                   Tel: (00353)1 8964029

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