EBP-Decisions Project at SUNY Fredonia

The EBP-Decisions Project at SUNY Fredonia would like to invite your participation in a study on how speech language pathologists make decisions regarding diagnosis and treatment. We would like your help in this study by completing a survey (http://bit.ly/ebpdecisions) that will take approximately 10-15 minutes of your time. Your participation is voluntary and you may withdraw from the survey at any time without penalty. Your name and answers to the survey will be kept confidential. Your responses to this study will be kept for future research.

To thank you for participating in this study, you will be offered the option to enter in a raffle for a $200 Amazon Card. This raffle will take place in October, 2015. Your name and email address will be used only for the raffle, and will be deleted from our database after the raffle is completed.

Link to survey: http:bit.ly/ebpdecisions

Stuttering Research Study

Are you interested in volunteering to be a participant in a stuttering research investigation being conducted at UCSB’s Brain Imaging Center? These trials, which are supported by a National Institutes of Health research grant, are designed to identify changes in the brain that may be critically involved in sustaining and recovering from this speech disorder. The trials are open to persons between the ages of 18 and 65 who have stuttered since childhood and who continue to stutter or, who have recovered from stuttering, whether in childhood or adulthood. The research involves having your speech tested, completing questionnaires and undergoing an MRI brain scan. The scan can be completed in less than an hour and is very safe. Participants will be reimbursed.

If you or someone you know might be interested in participating, please contact Dr. Roger Ingham at rjingham@speech.ucsb.edu or by phone at (805) 893-2776 for further information.

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