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Will you join my study about allied health reports?

I am a PhD candidate at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). I am currently recruiting participants for a study about allied health reports written for and about people with communication disability. I want to know: What do people with communication disability think about written allied health reports? How...

Speak Up Podcast: Accessible reporting in clinical practice

Last year I recorded a podcast for the Speech Pathology Australia (SPA) Speak Up Podcast series. This was linked to my oral presentation at the SPA Conference in Brisbane, 2019. You can access it here:https://soundcloud.com/speechpathologyaustralia/accessible-reporting-in-clinical-practice-s01-e04...

“Increased Access and Use of Disability Related Information for Consumers”

I’m working through full-text screening in a systematic review and came across an article that I just had to write a post about! Fullmer S, & Majumder RK. (1991). Increased access and use of disability related information for consumers. Journal of Rehabilitation, 57(3), 17–22. cin20. This article describes how...

Conference presentation at #NZSPAconf

On Monday 3rd June 2019 I delivered this presentation at the joint Speech Pathology Australia and New Zealand Speech Therapy Association Conference in Brisbane, Qld, Australia....

The importance of access to information

We are fortunate to live in an age where information is at our fingertips almost constantly. Many people can now reach out to a piece of technology (a computer, smart phone, even their smart fridge!) and find information on just about anything (What will be the temperature today? Where...

12 weeks to publication? Not a problem!

Sometimes you just have to take the opportunities that arrive in front of you, and make the most of it by throwing yourself wholeheartedly into them! My higher degree research (HDR) adventure has got off to a great start with the opportunity to take part in an intensive course...

Promoting patient empowerment through access to information

The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges recently (September, 2018) published a guide called “Please, Write to Me. Writing Outpatient Letters. Guidance.” This resource was kindly passed on to me by one of my higher degree research supervisors, who happens to be a physiotherapist. I really appreciate it when colleagues,...