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Author: Speech Pathology Australia

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The Speak Up podcast highlights conversations with esteemed contributors in the speech pathology space. We explore key issues in the profession, in a short and easy to listen to format.
26 Episodes
In our last episode for 2019, Dr Julie Cichero discusses improving the lives of adults with dysphagia. Stay tuned for season two, beginning at the end of January 2020.
Dr Elizabeth Murray, Dr Donna Thomas & Dr Jacqueline McKechnie discuss childhood apraxia of speech.
This week our Ethics team discuss giving and receiving gifts this holiday season.
This week, Professor Miranda Rose talks about evidence based aphasia therapy across the continuum of care.
In this week's episode, Associate Professor Marleen Westerveld talks about her research, “Spontaneous Language Sampling with Children and Adolescents: A Research to Practice Update”.
In this episode, Dr Kate Bridgman and Dr Shane Erickson talk about their workshop, 'Paediatric Fluency: What To Do When?'
In this episode, Dr Julie Cichero talks about paediatric dysphagia and managing 'fussy eating'.
From record keeping to parenting orders, Trish Johnson and Nadia Marussinszky from the Association's Ethics team discuss the important role ethics plays in speech pathology.
This week we celebrate the Association's 70th Anniversary with CEO Gail Mulcair.
Senior Advisor Aged Care Kym Torresi discusses the recent transition to the DVA Allied Health Treatment Cycle.
In recognition of World Mental Health Day tomorrow (10 October) we have released a special edition episode of the Speak Up podcast. In this episode, Mary Woodward (Senior Advisor Justice and Mental Health) discusses speech pathology insights into adolescent and adult inpatient mental health with Gemma White and Kelly Jones.
In this episode, learn about the CBOS review and discover how you can shape the future of the speech pathology profession.
In recognition of International Day of Sign Languages and National Week of Deaf People, SPA interviewed Julia Murphy about her experiences as a Deaf person for this episode, with an interpreter voicing Julia's responses. An accompanying video of Julia responding in Auslan is available here:
In this episode, Dr Cheryl Andrews talks about the topic, 'Treatment of School Age Children Who Stutter: Syllable Timed Speech'.
In recognition of R U OK? day, this episode focuses on child and youth mental health and related communication difficulties.
In this episode, we learn about a member of the Speech Pathology Australia team - Mary Woodward. Mary is SPA’s Senior Advisor of Justice and Mental health.
Student Kaitlin Davey speaks with Claire Zhang about Advocacy Portfolios, working in the field of Cleft Palate, and the popularity of Australian-trained Speech Pathologists working overseas.
In this episode, Maree Brown interviews Speech Pathology Australia's new National President, Tim Kittel. They discuss Tim's new role as well as Speech Pathology Week 2019.
In this episode, Professor Pamela Snow talks about the role speech pathology plays in oral language skills and vulnerability in childhood and adolescence.
In this episode, Emily Jackson, Associate Professor Suze Leitao, and Dr Mary Claessen talk about their research in children with DLD. The discussion is based around their presentation at Speech Pathology Australia's national conference in Brisbane, “Fast mapping short and long words in children with DLD: Examining the influence of phonological short-term memory and receptive vocabulary”.
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