SHAV 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.
Posted January 2020
My name is Jessica Havener and I am currently completing my third year of the doctor of audiology program at Missouri State University. I am currently conducting research assessing the clinical use of electrophysiologic and vestibular measures used by audiologists within the United States alongside my research advisor, Dr. Abdullah Jamos.
You are invited to participate in an online questionnaire concerning the use of these specific measures to determine wide use of these practices by most clinical audiologists. This questionnaire should take a maximum of 10 minutes to complete based on your current practices. The survey and more details concerning participation, consent, benefit, risks, etc. can be seen at the following link: https://missouristate.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3HFCIaee0LQwqFv.
Feel free to contact me with any comments, questions or concerns. Thank you for your time and participation.
Jessica Havener, BS
Posted December 2019
The University of South Dakota department of communication sciences and disorders is looking for licensed audiologists to take a brief survey. This is a survey evaluation of audiologists who provide services to Spanish-speaking patients.
The purpose of this research is to obtain information about the number of Spanish-speaking patients seen by the audiologist, clinical practices and translational services offered within the clinical facility.
The survey should take about 8-12 minutes to complete. Please click on the following link to begin the survey: https://www.psychdata.com/s.asp?SID=187390.
If you have questions, feel free to contact the student researcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 605-677-5474 and ask to speak with a researcher (Elizabeth Frans, BS, or Lindsey Jorgensen, AuD, PhD).
Thank you in advance for helping us with our study.
Posted November 2019
Faculty at Idaho State University are conducting a survey investigating the clinical practices of speech-language pathologists who work with preschool and school-age children who have speech, language and hearing disorders. The purpose of this survey is to identify trends in clinical practices so that better education of assessment and intervention practices can be provided to students. The goal of the survey is to identify areas that should be emphasized during graduate and post-graduate education and training.
This study has been approved by the Idaho State University IRB Board with approval number FY2020-30. To participate in the study, please use the following link: http://j.mp/2Z6Y5kN.
This voluntary survey should take approximately 30 minutes to complete. Thank you for participating!
Madison Wurm, BS CSD
Graduate Research Assistant
Idaho State University
Sam and Aline Skaggs Health Science Center
1311 E. Central Drive| Meridian, ID 83642
Posted October 2019
My name is Qianwen Liu. I’m an occupational therapy doctorate (OTD) student from Duquesne University. I’m participating in a research project called Improving Home Program Practice for People With Language Disorders After Stroke. This project is led by Dr. Sarah E. Wallace from the speech-language pathology department and Dr. Elena V. Donoso Brown from the occupational therapy department at Duquesne University.
We are recruiting certified speech-language pathologists in the United States to collect the information on their clinical experiences when creating home practice programs for persons post-stroke. The research project has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of Duquesne University.
We are looking for a way to disseminate the survey to certified SLPs in the state. It’s an online, 15-20 minute survey which consists of multiple choice and open-ended questions.
To access the survey, please click the following link: https://duq.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0Psc8luDeTvf90p
Thank you for your time.
Qianwen Liu, OTS
Department of Occupational Therapy
Posted October 2019
Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists using American Sign Language Survey
Do you believe speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and audiologists (AuDs) should use American Sign Language (ASL) or some form of manual communication with clients?
As you may or may not know, ASHA has developed a position paper on ASL. We would like to examine current trends among SLPs and AuDs. Do they know ASL or manual communication/gestures? Are they using them with clients? What is their view of ASL/manual communication/gestures in therapeutic settings?
You are invited to complete an online survey examining your knowledge, use and view of ASL/manual communication/gestures. There are less than 30 questions and the survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. Your responses will be completely anonymous and confidential. No identifying information will be collected.
We are asking you to complete this survey for research. You do not have to complete it if you decide not to. Your answers will be anonymous. We will not be able to trace them back to you.
If you are a SLP, click this link to take the survey: https://appstate.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0JJrsGKABdClUeF
If you are an AuD, click this link to take the survey: https://appstate.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_72l4lgYsD2yRnXD
Please feel free to forward this e-mail to others who are eligible to take this survey. We need as many individuals to participate as possible!
Thank you for your assistance on this important research.
Greta Knigga-Daugherty, PhD, Principal Investigator
Madison McMahon, Co-Investigator