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Rosemarie Hayhow

Rosemarie Hayhow
Bristol Speech & Language Therapy Research Unit

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Background: Early intervention is essential healthcare for stuttering, and the translation of research findings to community settings is a potential roadblock to it. Aims: This study was designed to replicate and extend the Lidcombe Program community translation findings of O'Brian et al. (2013) but with larger participant numbers, incorporating...
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Introduction A feasibility study of The Fluency Trust Residential Course (FTRC) for adolescents who stutter was conducted. The study aimed to measure key areas of a feasibility trial, for example, recruitment and retention, outcome measure completion, outcome measure reliability, and acceptability of the intervention to inform future research into...
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Background: Within medicine there is an agreed hierarchy of levels of research evidence with randomized controlled trials at the top and expert opinion at the bottom. When randomized controlled trials are the final stage in testing a treatment for which there is a sound theoretical basis both the 'Does it work?' and 'How does it work?' questions m...
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The Lidcombe Program is a parent-based behavioural treatment for early stuttering. Quantitative studies have shown it is an efficacious treatment for eliminating stuttering in children of 6 years and younger. This study explores parents' experiences in order to understand more about the process of implementing the Lidcombe Program. Twenty-one in-de...
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Those engaged in research might argue that we are involved in a process of explaining the world to others and to ourselves. The way in which we go about that process differs. The kind of questions we are concerned about answering will determine the approach we use, the information we gather and how we analyse the data. Some research questions are b...
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Stammering is a cause of low self-esteem for children. Two speech and language therapists examine the use of a new type of therapy.
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Unlabelled: This study used a postal questionnaire to seek the views of adults who stammer concerning the effect of stammering on their lives, the speech and language therapy and other remedies they have tried, and their hopes for speech and language therapy in the future. The 332 returned questionnaires indicated that stammering had the greatest...
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This paper aims to demonstrate how the speech measures which are collected to inform the therapy process also have the potential to evaluate clinical change and effectiveness. Certain methodological issues pertinent to evaluating therapy for early stuttering are raised and the clinical measures that are a part of the Lidcombe Programme (Onslow 1993...

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