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SPPA chapter 17

Clinician-investigator

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research process underlying the asking and answering of questions as well as to the "answers" that can be abstracted from the observations provided.
Facilitated communication -1990s -they thought they observed it working -when tested, it didnt really work
Gregory Lof 2008 -non-speech oral motor exercises -false
questioning and clinical effectiveness -clinician must answer these quesitons: -behavior within normal limits? why or why not? how can behavior be brought into normal limits?
Pure Research -Increase our understanding of etiology -stuttering
Applied Research -Increase our understanding of how to prevent the development of/or modify behaviors contributing to disorders
systematic observation -in pure and applied research - answering questions of professional interest -Permits us to describe individual attributes of events
Data numerical and verbal descriptions of attributes of events -numerical descriptions=quantitative -verbal are qualitative
The Roles of a clinician -to evaluate answers to research questions and to answer them through research -we must be producers and consumers of research
EBP mandate (evidence based practice) -current best evidence in making decisions -integrate clinical expertise with best available external evidence
The consumer Role -SLPs and A's are consumers of research -must understand research methodology to evaluate the information presented
Benefits of being a clinician-investigator -more stimulating job, less routine, more possibilities -satisfy employer's requirements for accountability -more effective clinician -more scientific approach
Requirements of a clinician-investigator -objective attitude(rational/no feelings)
competencies needed to function as clinician-investigator -how to formulate answerable questions and make appropriate observations -relate answers to theories -how to communicate answers/questions
The Scientific method -set of rules for asking and answering questions
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