Journal article

What do parents think about their involvement in speech-language pathology intervention? A qualitative critically appraised topic

J Skeat, H Roddam

Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention | Published : 2019


A critically appraised topic (CAT) is one form of rapid review that can be particularly useful for informing practice. The purpose of this CAT was to determine what caregivers of preschool-aged children with speech, language or communication disorders (2–5 years of age) think of their involvement in speech-language pathology intervention in community-based settings. In addition to this CAT, the authors present and discuss a methodology for qualitative critically appraised topics (this issue). The authors propose an update to this CAT in June 2021.

University of Melbourne Researchers

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