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Introduction

These pages are designed to support members who would like to run their own practice-based projects. By sharing and showcasing the work achieved by members, with some practical top-tips on how you can do the same, we hope to cultivate a community of practice-based researchers and nurture the application of an evidence-based approach to practice.

The case studies collated here will provide an opportunity for members to share their projects but also an opportunity for others to learn from their experiences. We are looking for members' examples of how you can collect robust measures, employ control groups, and investigate clinical effectiveness in your everyday caseload. We will also showcase members' projects including audits, service evaluations and quality improvement projects.

Please see the guidance section if you would like to contribute your own case study.

Writing a case study

If you would like to share your work and contribute your own case study please see the guidance here.

If you have any questions about the suitability of your work for a case study, or would like to send a case study in, please send it to info@rcslt.org

Case studies

Kayleigh Sparkes and Roshan George, Specialist SLTs at St Catherine's special school present top tips on carrying out small studies to answer clinical queries.

Alys Mathers, Highly Specialist SLT and former NIHR intern presents her work on a language enrichment project and the challenges and successes that prevailed.

Virtual seminars

RCSLT Research Champions Katherine Broomfield and Helen Cameron are hosting a series of virtual seminars which highlight practice-based research that speech and language therapists have carried out.
 
You can find the slides from previous seminars here. Future webinars may be recorded, please check back on this page at a later date for any updates. 
 
Upcoming seminars

  • 12-1pm, 08 July 2020 -  Register here.
  • 12-1pm, 12 August 2020
  • 12-1pm,  09 September 2020
  • 12-1pm,  14 October 2020
  • 12-1pm, 11 November 2020

Whilst we will endeavour to keep this page updated on a monthly basis, please also follow us on twitter for up-to-date information about the seminars.