Qualification

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You are invited to complete a short online survey designed to explore the practices and experiences of Speech and Language Therapists/Pathologists (SLTs/SLPs) diagnosing acquired non-progressive apraxia of speech (AOS) in adults.
This international survey is being conducted by Jessica Molloy, as part of a Masters in Clinical Speech and Language Studies at Trinity College Dublin, under the supervision of Dr Caroline Jagoe.
You are eligible to participate if you are a qualified SLT/SLP with any experience working with adults with acquired non-progressive AOS. The survey contains 9 questions and should take less than 10 minutes to complete. 
Participation in the study is voluntary. The survey is anonymous and you will not be asked to identify yourself or your workplace. Your IP address will not be stored.
The study has been approved by the Trinity College Dublin Research Ethics committee (2018/HT11). 
If you would like further information, please contact Jessica Molloy on jemolloy@tcd.ie

* 1. Are you a Speech and Language Therapist/Speech Language Pathologist?

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