Professor Pamela M. Enderby, MBE DSc (Hons) PhD MSc FRCSLT
Emeritus Professor of Community Rehabilitation
University of Sheffield,
30 Regent Street,
Tel: +44 (0) 114 222 0858
Mob: 07790 565544
Room: 1.06b, The Innovation Centre
I am Emeritus Professor of Community Rehabilitation at University of Sheffield. I qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist in 1970 and from an early stage in my career combined research with clinical practice. My PhD was awarded by Bristol University in 1983 where I studied assessment processes of dysarthria.
Prior to coming to Sheffield I held several positions in speech and language therapy in Bristol, instigated the establishment of the first AAC centre in Frenchay Hospital and established the speech and language therapy research unit there. I am proud that I was able to stimulate the first National Speak Week in 1986 which was precursor to other initiatives aimed at improving public awareness of the difficulties of those with speech, language and communication disorders.
I was awarded a Fellowship of the College of Speech Therapists in the same year and a decade later (1993) was honoured with an MBE for services to speech and language therapy. I was awarded a doctor of science by the University of the West of England in 2000.
I was Chair of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (1994) and served on many College committees over the last 20 years. I have been serving on the board again since 2014. I have been President of the Community Rehabilitation Team Network since its inception in 1996 and have served as the President of the Society for Research in Rehabilitation (1994 to 1996) following serving on many council committees associated with this interdisciplinary research Society. I have been that a member of the IALP for 25 years and currently I am president elect.
I was given life membership to the British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine in recognition of my contribution. I have assisted the Department of Health on several working groups related to guideline, policy and strategy development. I was Clinical Director of the South Yorkshire Comprehensive Local Research Network from 2008 to 2011. I have been chair of South Yorkshire HealthWatch between 2011 and 2014.
My research interests are in the eclectic areas of evaluation of allied health interventions, speech and language impairments and therapy, outcome measurement, benchmarking, workforce – allied health and older peoples services. I have been the lead supervisor for 24 successful doctoral students, the principal investigator on 40 research projects spanning 3 decades, been the principal author of 14 books and published more than 100 peer-reviewed journal articles.
I have contributed to undergraduate and postgraduate training and CPD workshops. Currently I teach on outcome workshops.
- Since 2005 Pam has been invited to give 31 keynote/plenary presentations at conferences including 6 international venues.
- Royal College of Speech and Language Therapy representative on International Terminology project (2004).
- Chair of National Ref Group Strokes and falls – Skills for health (2004)
- Visiting Professor – guest of Hong Kong Health Authority (2003)
- Chair of National Ref Group NSF Older People – Skills for health (2003)
- Member of HTA advisory SIFT group (2003)
- Article Reviewer for 11 peer review journals
- Grant proposal reviewer for 12 grant giving organisations (including MRC, EPSRC and ESRC)
- Editorial board of Journal of Clinical Governance and the International Journal of Language Communication Disorders
- RAE Panel Member C12 member for 2007/2008
- Clinical Director of South Yorkshire Comprehensive Local Research Network (2007)
- Research Quality Assessment Panel, University of Queensland, Australia (2007)
- Scientific Committee for the 5th World Congress of Neuro Rehabilitation (Rio-de-Janero) (2008)
- Professorial Appointment Committee, University of Oulu, Finland (2008)
- Membership of the International Association of Logopaedae and Phoniatrica Motor Speech Disorders Committee
- Board member of the International Association of Logopaedae and Phoniatrica (2010)
- Member of NICE/SCIE working group on Intermediate Care (2015-)
- Member of Royal College of physicians stroke guidelines committee
- Impact of Workforce flexibility on the costs and outcomes of older people’s services (COOP) (co-lead applicant) Department of Health SDO  £297,266
- Barnsley Health & Social Research Alliance – development funding Barnsley Primary Care Trust  £80,000
- Experiences and outcomes of environmental influences and interventions for developmental speech and language disorders Sheffield Health and Social Care Consortium  £9,959
- Delivery of Services for Children with complex disabilities. Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP)  £144,000
- A pilot study of Telehealth on COPD Sheffield Health and Social Care Consortium  £8,900
- Service Delivery and Organisation Research and Development Programme. Department of Health. Enhancing the Effectiveness of interprofessional working: costs and outcomes £335,135
- Stroke theme lead for Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Research Health Care (CLAHRC) National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) £782,600
- Partner in research with Communication Matters on the needs for assistive devices The Big Lottery  £160,000
- Commissioning Guidelines for Speech and Language Therapy . Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists  £80,000
- Cost effectiveness of aphasia computer treatment versus usual stimulation (CACTUS) RfPB  £179,000
- Co-applicant for voice input, voice output communication aid [Vivoca2] with Barnsley Hospital NHS Trust. Health Technology Devices [HTD]  £376,615
- Outcome measurement in speech and language therapy: a digital journey. BMJ Health & Care Informatics, 27(1).
- Computerised speech and language therapy or attention control added to usual care for people with long-term post-stroke aphasia : the Big CACTUS three-arm RCT. Health Technology Assessment, 24(19), 1-176. View this article in WRRO
- RELEASE: a protocol for a systematic review based, individual participant data, meta- and network meta-analysis, of complex speech-language therapy interventions for stroke-related aphasia. Aphasiology, 34(2), 137-157. View this article in WRRO
- Self-managed, computerised speech and language therapy for patients with chronic aphasia post-stroke compared with usual care or attention control (Big CACTUS) : a multicentre, single-blinded, randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Neurology, 18(9), 821-833. View this article in WRRO
- Speech, Language, and Communication in a Public Health Context: A UK Perspective with Potential Global Application – An Opinion Piece. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 71(4), 168-175.
- How do health and social care professionals in England and Wales assess mental capacity? A literature review. Disability and Rehabilitation. View this article in WRRO
- A core outcome set for aphasia treatment research: The ROMA consensus statement.. International Journal of Stroke. View this article in WRRO
- Comparison choice bias and trials of speech and language therapy for aphasia – some methodological considerations. Aphasiology, 32(sup1), 24-25.
- International Classification of Functioning—An Approach to Outcome Measurement. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 3(17), 99-108.
- Attention control comparisons with SLT for people with aphasia following stroke: methodological concerns raised following a systematic review. Clinical Rehabilitation, 32(10), 1383-1395.
- Leadership in interprofessional health and social care teams: a literature review. Leadership in Health Services. View this article in WRRO
- Combined electrical stimulation and exercise for swallow rehabilitation post-stroke: a pilot randomized control trial. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders.
- An exploration of mental capacity assessment within acute hospital and intermediate care settings in England: a focus group study. Disability and Rehabilitation. View this article in WRRO
- Provision of powered communication aids in the United Kingdom. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 1-7. View this article in WRRO
- Informing the Design of “Lifestyle Monitoring” Technology for the Detection of Health Deterioration in Long-Term Conditions: A Qualitative Study of People Living With Heart Failure. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19(6). View this article in WRRO
- Accessing rehabilitation after stroke – a guessing game?. Disability and Rehabilitation, 39(7), 709-713.
- Understanding the Models of Community Hospital rehabilitation Activity (MoCHA): a mixed-methods study. BMJ OPEN, 7(2). View this article in WRRO
- Speech pathology as the MasterChef: Getting the right ingredients and stirring the pot. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.
- Prevalence of people who could benefit from augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in the UK: determining the need.. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 51(6), 639-653. View this article in WRRO
- Speech and Language Therapy for Aphasia after Stroke: An Updated Systematic Review and Meta-Analyses. Stroke, 47(10), e236-e237.
- Volunteer involvement in the support of self-managed computerised aphasia treatment: The volunteer perspective. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 18(5), 411-419. View this article in WRRO
- Implications of Untreated Cleft Palate in the Developing World: Adaptation of an Outcome Measure. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 68(1), 1-9.
- The top ten: best practice recommendations for aphasia. Aphasiology, 1-21.
- Negotiating excess treatment costs in a clinical research trial: the good, the bad and the innovative. Trials, 17(1). View this article in WRRO
- The challenge of using experimental infectivity data in risk assessment for Ebola virus: why ecology may be important. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 120(1), 17-28.
- Non-pharmacological treatments for stuttering in children and adults: a systematic review and evaluation of clinical effectiveness, and exploration of barriers to successful outcomes. Health Technology Assessment, 20(2), 1-302. View this article in WRRO
- The state of the art in non-pharmacological interventions for developmental stuttering. Part 2: Qualitative evidence synthesis of views and experiences. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 51(1), 3-17. View this article in WRRO
- Clinical and cost effectiveness of computer treatment for aphasia post stroke (Big CACTUS): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 16(1). View this article in WRRO
- Risk of stroke associated pneumonia and the timing of dysphagia screening and assessment: A prospective cohort study. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE, 10, 9-10.
- Predictors of effect of atypical antipsychotics on speech. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine, 37(4), 429-429.
- Assessing patient preferences for the delivery of different community-based models of care using a discrete choice experiment.. Health Expect, 18(5), 1204-1214.
- The state of the art in non-pharmacological interventions for developmental stuttering. Part 1: a systematic review of effectiveness. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 50(5), 676-718. View this article in WRRO
- Evaluating the effect of risperidone on speech: A cross-sectional study. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, 15, 51-55.
- Secondary analysis and literature review of community rehabilitation and intermediate care: an information resource. Health Services and Delivery Research, 3(1).
- Aphasia management: went to start. CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES, 39, 160-160.
- Qualitative evaluation of the implementation of the Interdisciplinary Management Tool: a reflective tool to enhance interdisciplinary teamwork using Structured, Facilitated Action Research for Implementation. Health & Social Care in the Community, 23(4), 437-448.
- Mechanisms to enhance the effectiveness of allied health and social care assistants in community-based rehabilitation services: a qualitative study. Health & Social Care in the Community, 23(4), 389-398.
- Pilot RCT evaluating a new approach to neuromuscular stimulation to treat dysphagia post stroke. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE, 9, 22-22.
- Use of the extended therapy outcome measure for children with dysarthria.. Int J Speech Lang Pathol, 16(4), 436-444.
- A case study template to support experimental design in Augmentative and Alternative Communication and Assistive Technology.. Disabil Rehabil Assist Technol, 9(1), 60-69.
- Introducing the therapy outcome measure for AAC services in the context of a review of other measures.. Disabil Rehabil Assist Technol, 9(1), 33-40.
- Redefinition of life experience following Total Hip Replacement: Analysis of narrative as performance. International Journal of Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing.
- View this article in WRRO Examining the Need for and Provision of AAC Methods in the UK. Advances in Clinical Neuroscience & Rehabilitation, 13, 20-23.
- Using computers to enable self-management of aphasia therapy exercises for word finding: The patient and carer perspective. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
- Ten principles of good interdisciplinary team work.. Hum Resour Health, 11, 19. View this article in WRRO
- Disorders of communication: dysarthria.. Handb Clin Neurol, 110, 273-281.
- Communication Disorders and Dysphagia, 329-344.
- Computer therapy compared with usual care for people with long-standing aphasia poststroke: a pilot randomized controlled trial.. Stroke, 43(7), 1904-1911.
- How much therapy is enough? The impossible question!. Int J Speech Lang Pathol, 14(5), 432-437.
- Interventions using high-technology communication devices: a state of the art review.. Folia Phoniatr Logop, 64(3), 137-144. View this article in WRRO
- Communication Disorders and Dysphagia, 1, 691-699.
- Barriers and facilitators to the use of high-technology augmentative and alternative communication devices: a systematic review and qualitative synthesis.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 47(2), 115-129. View this article in WRRO
- Caution is needed in extrapolating results of randomised controlled trial.. BMJ, 345, e6014.
- Are we using support workers effectively? The relationship between patient and team characteristics and support worker utilisation in older people's community-based rehabilitation services in England. Health and Social Care in the Community, 20(5), 537-549.
- Speech and language therapy for aphasia following stroke. COCHRANE DATABASE OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS(5).
- Redefinition of life experience following total hip replacement: a qualitative study.. Disabil Rehabil, 34(10), 802-810.
- Rehabilitation of older patients: day hospital compared with rehabilitation at home. Clinical outcomes.. Age Ageing, 40(5), 557-562.
- Application of the international classification of functioning, disability and health in China. Chinese Medical Journal, 124(21), 3588-3591.
- Defining and identifying common elements of and contextual influences on the roles of support workers in health and social care: a thematic analysis of the literature.. J Eval Clin Pract, 17(6), 1191-1199.
- The end of an affair: Discharging clients from speech-language pathology.. Int J Speech Lang Pathol, 12(4), 292-295.
- Speech and language therapy for aphasia following stroke. COCHRANE DB SYST REV(5).
- "Riding the bumpy seas": or the impact of the Knowledge Skills Framework component of the Agenda for Change initiative on staff in intermediate care settings.. J Interprof Care, 24(1), 70-79.
- Guidance for Providers of Speech and Language Therapy Services: Dysarthria. Asia Pacific Journal of Speech Language and Hearing, 3(13), 171-190.
- A voice input voice output communication aid: what do users and therapists require?. Journal of Assistive Technology, 2(4), 4-14.
- Speech-driven environmental control systems a qualitative analysis of users' perceptions. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 4(3), 151-157. View this article in WRRO
- NeXOS - The design, development and evaluation of a rehabilitation system for the lower limbs. MECHATRONICS, 19(2), 247-257. View this article in WRRO
- Commentaries. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 16(6), 348.
- Rehabilitation of older patients: Day hospital compared with rehabilitation at home. A randomised controlled trial. Health Technology Assessment, 13(39).
- Remote rehabilitation - The NeXOS project: Lessons learnt and questions raised. 2009 IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, ICORR 2009, 956-961.
- Looking inside the black box of community rehabilitation and intermediate care teams in the United Kingdom: an audit of service and staffing.. Qual Prim Care, 17(5), 323-333.
- Carers' Experiences of Mental Health Services and Views about Assessments: Lessons from the Partnership in Carer Assessments Project (PICAP), 417-437.
- The impact of workforce flexibility on older people's services. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 15(9), 374-375.
- The Role of Electronic Devices in the Rehabilitation of Language Disorders, 427-432.
- Using the Senses Framework to achieve relationship-centred dementia care services: A case-study. Dementia, 7(1), 71-93.
- Predictors and outcomes of speech and language therapists' treatment decisions.. Int J Speech Lang Pathol, 10(3), 146-155.
- A speech-controlled environmental control system for people with severe dysarthria.. Med Eng Phys, 29(5), 586-593.
- Addressing the needs of speakers with longstanding dysarthria: computerized and traditional therapy compared.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 42 Suppl 1, 61-79. View this article in WRRO
- Methods of speech therapy treatment for stable dysarthria: A review. Advances in Speech Language Pathology, 9(2), 140-153.
- Stakeholder views of the training needs of an interprofessional practitioner who works with older people. NURS EDUC TODAY, 26(5), 367-376.
- Early speech- and language-impaired children: linguistic, literacy, and social outcomes.. Dev Med Child Neurol, 48(6), 489-494.
- Automatic speech recognition and training for severely dysarthric users of assistive technology: the STARDUST project.. Clin Linguist Phon, 20(2-3), 149-156.
- Using computers to help with the management of rehabilitation services. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 13(3), 100-100.
- A randomized controlled trial to evaluate intensity of community-based rehabilitation provision following stroke or hip fracture in old age.. Clin Rehabil, 20(2), 123-131.
- A randomized controlled trial to evaluate intensity of community-based rehabilitation provision following stroke or hip fracture in old age: Results at 12-month followup. International Journal on Disability and Human Development, 5(1), 83-90.
- The transition to work of newly qualified speech and language therapists: implications for the curriculum. Learning in Health and Social Care, 4(3), 142-155.
- Commentary. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 12(8).
- Comparing outcomes of voice therapy: a benchmarking study using the therapy outcome measure.. J Voice, 19(1), 114-123.
- Academic medicine: who is it for? Applications to local research ethics committees are down by around 40%. BRIT MED J, 330(7487), 361-361.
- Speech technology for e-inclusion of people with physical disabilities and disordered speech. 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, 445-448.
- Benchmarking outcomes in dysphasia using the therapy outcome measure. APHASIOLOGY, 19(2), 165-178.
- View this article in WRRO The effect of three practice conditions,on the consistency of chronic dysarthric speech. JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY, 12(4), 183-188.
- Effectiveness of computerised rehabilitation for long-term aphasia: a case series study.. Br J Gen Pract, 54(508), 856-857.
- NeXOS – The Design of an Active Exoskeleton to Support Rehabilitation. IFAC Proceedings Volumes, 37(14), 483-488.
- Bronchial auscultation: An effective adjunct to speech and language therapy bedside assessment when detecting dysphagia and aspiration?. Dysphagia, 19(4), 211-218.
- Making speech pathology practice evidence-based: Is this enough? Commentary on Reilly. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 6(2), 125-126.
- Superhighway to promoting a client-therapist partnership? Using the Internet to deliver word-retrieval computer therapy, monitored remotely with minimal speech and language therapy input. APHASIOLOGY, 18(3), 193-211.
- 'Part of the family': sources of job satisfaction amongst a group of community-based dementia care workers.. Health Soc Care Community, 12(2), 111-118.
- Building good practice: lessons from a multimethod study of speech and language therapy. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 11(5), 199-205.
- Evidence-based community rehabilitation: Is it possible?. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 11(10), 454-454.
- Assessing the construct validity of the Therapy Outcome Measure for pre-school children with delayed speech and language. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 6(4), 230-236.
- How many people have communication disorders and why does it matter?. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 7(1), 8-13.
- Bronchial auscultation: An effective adjunct to speech and language therapy bedside assessment when detecting dysphagia and aspiration?. DYSPHAGIA, 19(4), 211-218.
- Talk about IT: Views of people with aphasia and their partners on receiving remotely monitored computer-based word finding therapy. APHASIOLOGY, 17(11), 1031-1056.
- A 12-month follow-up of preschool children investigating the natural history of speech and language delay.. Child Care Health Dev, 29(4), 245-255.
- An investigation into the feasibility of remotely monitored computer therapy for people with aphasia. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 5(1), 27-36.
- Using benchmarking data for assessing performance in occupational therapy. Clinical Governance, 8(4), 290-295.
- A multimethod approach to the evaluation of community preschool speech and language therapy provision.. Child Care Health Dev, 28(6), 513-521.
- Has aphasia therapy been swallowed up?. Clin Rehabil, 16(6), 604-608.
- Teamworking in community rehabilitation.. J Clin Nurs, 11(3), 409-411.
- Towards a More Inclusive Vision of Dementia Care Practice and Research. Dementia, 1(2), 193-211.
- Establishing clinician reliability using the therapy outcome measure for the purpose of benchmarking services. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 4(2), 79-87.
- Stammering and therapy views of people who stammer.. J Fluency Disord, 27(1), 1-16.
- Community rehabilitation in the United Kingdom.. Clin Rehabil, 15(6), 577-581.
- Developing a scale to measure parental attitudes towards preschool speech and language therapy services.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 36(4), 503-513.
- Demographic and epidemiological analysis of patients referred to speech and language therapy at eleven centres 1987-95.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 36(4), 515-525.
- Using a computer to improve functional writing in a patient with severe dysgraphia. APHASIOLOGY, 15(5), 443-461.
- What does it mean to listen to people with dementia?. DISABIL SOC, 16(3), 377-392.
- Therapy Outcome Measures: Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation Nursing20011Therapy Outcome Measures: Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Rehabilitation Nursing. London: Singular Publishing Group 1998. 90 pp., ISBN: ISBN 1 56593‐995‐6 £36. British Journal of Clinical Governance, 6(1), 46-46.
- Breaking the mould: Developing a new service for people with dementia and their carers. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 2(1), 3-11.
- Pharmacological treatment for aphasia following stroke.. Cochrane Database Syst Rev(4), CD000424.
- Benchmarking can facilitate the sharing of information on outcomes of care.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 36 Suppl, 385-390.
- What is Intermediate Care? Looking at Needs. Journal of Integrated Care, 8(6), 35-40.
- Randomised controlled trial of community based speech and language therapy in preschool children.. BMJ, 321(7266), 923-926.
- Essential readings in rehabilitation outcomes measurement: application, methodology and technology.. DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION, 22(15), 693-693.
- Concerns of speech-impaired people and those communicating with them.. Health Soc Care Community, 8(3), 172-179.
- Reliability of speech and language therapists using therapy outcome measures.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 35(2), 287-302.
- Parental satisfaction with stammering therapy: The development of a questionnaire. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 25(3), 182-182.
- Can we reconcile consumer wishes and provider restraints?. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 25(3), 182-182.
- Benchmarking in rehabilitation: Comparing physiotherapy services. British Journal of Clinical Governance, 5(2), 86-92.
- Speech and language therapy for aphasia following stroke.. Cochrane Database Syst Rev(2), CD000425.
- An analysis of referrals to speech and language therapy in 11 centres, 1987-95.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 35(1), 137-146.
- Benchmarking in rehabilitation: comparing physiotherapy services.. Clin Perform Qual Health Care, 8(2), 86-92.
- Therapy outcome measures in speech and language therapy: comparing performance between different providers.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 34(4), 417-429.
- Issues to consider in the evaluation of speech and language therapy for preschool children.. Child Care Health Dev, 25(2), 141-155.
- For richer for poorer: Outcome measurement in speech and language therapy. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 1(1), 63-65.
- Changes in referral to speech and language therapy.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 33 Suppl, 16-20.
- Treatment for aphasia following stroke: evidence for effectiveness.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 33 Suppl, 158-161.
- Running a randomised controlled trial in a service setting: a progress report.. Int J Lang Commun Disord, 33 Suppl, 31-36.
- Amanda J. Squires (ed.), Rehabilitation of Older People: A Handbook for the Multi-disciplinary Team. Second edition, Chapman & Hall, London, 1996, 295 pp., £18.99, ISBN 0 412 71930 4.. Ageing and Society, 17(5), 615-626.
- Speech and language therapy: does it work?. BMJ, 312(7047), 1655-1658.
- Frenchay Aphasia Screening Test: validity and comparability.. Disabil Rehabil, 18(5), 238-240.
- Prevalence of speech and language disorders in a mental illness unit. European Journal of Disorders of Communication, 31(3), 221-236.
- Prevalence of speech and language disorders in a mental illness unit.. Eur J Disord Commun, 31(3), 221-236.
- Management of speech and language disorders in a mental illness unit.. Eur J Disord Commun, 31(3), 237-244.
- Speech and language therapy: is it effective?: VAH Pearson, Public Health (1995); 109: 143-153.. Public Health, 109(6), 457-459.
- An outcome measure for speech and language therapists. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 30(S1), 67-69.
- Outcome measurement in speech and language therapy: results of a pilot study. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 30(S1), 70-70.
- The uses and abuses of information in contracting for speech and language rehabilitation. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 30(S1), 79-88.
- The development of the read codes for speech and language therapy: feat or folly?. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 30(S1), 65-66.
- The effect of dairy products on the viscosity of saliva. Clinical Rehabilitation, 9(1), 61-64.
- Outcome Measurement in Physiotherapy Using the World Health Organisation's Classification of Impairment, Disability and Handicap: A Pilot Study. Physiotherapy, 81(4), 177-180.
- Effect of piracetam on recovery and rehabilitation after stroke: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study.. Clin Neuropharmacol, 17(4), 320-331.
- Society for Research in Rehabilitation. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57(5), 184-184.
- The testamentary capacity of dysphasic patients.. Med Leg J, 62 ( Pt 2), 70-80.
- Dysphagia and multiple sclerosis: A study and discussion of its nature and impact. Clinical Rehabilitation, 8(1), 18-26.
- Speech and language therapy for aphasia.. Curr Opin Neurol, 6(5), 761-764.
- Chronic exposure to a β
2-adrenoceptor agonist increases the airway response to methacholine. European Journal of Pharmacology, 241(1), 121-123.
- Monitoring Information Processing Efficiency after Stroke or Head Injury: A Comparison of Four Computerised Tests for use in Single Case Experiments. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 2(2), 137-149.
- Self-administered therapy at home for aphasic patients. Aphasiology, 6(3), 321-324.
- Outcome measures in speech therapy: impairment, disability, handicap and distress.. Health Trends, 24(2), 61-64.
- THE FACTS BEHIND THE FIGURES - A REPLY TO ENDERBY AND DAVIES (1989) - REPLY. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DISORDERS OF COMMUNICATION, 26(2), 262-267.
- A reply to Bryan et al's 'The facts behind the figures: A reply to Enderby and Davies (1989)'. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 26(2), 262-267.
- The facts behind the figures: A reply to Enderby and Davies (1989). British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 26(2), 253-267.
- Long-term recovery patterns of severe dysarthria following head injury.. Br J Disord Commun, 25(3), 341-354.
- An understanding profession. Interview by Dalani Carlisle.. Nurs Times, 86(10), 52-53.
- Speech therapy for aphasia - operating a rationed service. Clinical Rehabilitation, 4(3), 245-252.
- Communication disorders: planning a service to meet the needs.. Br J Disord Commun, 24(3), 301-331.
- CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF DYSARTHRIC SPEAKERS - YORKSTON,K, BEUKELMAN,D, BELL,K. CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS, 3(2), 218-219.
- The assessment of dysarthria: a challenge to more than the ears. Clinical Rehabilitation, 2(4), 267-273.
- Selection of aphasic stroke patients for intensive speech therapy.. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, 50(11), 1488-1492.
- Stroke. Interview by Laura Swaffield.. Nurs Stand, 1(1), 30.
- Microcomputers in assessment, rehabilitation and recreation. Aphasiology, 1(2), 151-156.
- Aphasia after stroke: a detailed study of recovery in the first 3 months.. Int Rehabil Med, 8(4), 162-165.
- The Frenchay Aphasia Screening Test: a short, simple test for aphasia appropriate for non-specialists.. Int Rehabil Med, 8(4), 166-170.
- INTERDISCIPLINARY REHABILITATION OF MULTIPLE-SCLEROSIS AND NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS - MALONEY,FP, BURKS,JS, RINGEL,SP. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DISORDERS OF COMMUNICATION, 21(2), 275-276.
- Relationships between dysarthric groups.. Br J Disord Commun, 21(2), 189-197.
- Speech and language handicap: towards knowing the size of the problem.. Br J Disord Commun, 21(2), 151-165.
- Aphasia after stroke: natural history and associated deficits.. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, 49(1), 11-16.
- Differential diagnostic aspects of dysarthric speech. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 8, 21-21.
- Book Reviews. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 20(1), 91-114.
- DISORDERS OF ARTICULATION - EDWARDS,M. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DISORDERS OF COMMUNICATION, 20(1), 103-104.
- The use of intra-oral appliances in the management of acquired velopharyngeal disorders.. Br Dent J, 157(5), 157-159.
- Intensive speech therapy for cleft palate children.. Br J Disord Commun, 19(2), 115-124.
- Treatment of acquired aphasia: comparison between speech therapists and volunteers. Rivista dell"infermiere, 3(2), 83-88.
- [Treatment of acquired aphasia: comparison between speech therapists and volunteers].. Riv Inferm, 3(2), 83-88.
- Management of motor neurone disease.. J Neurol Sci, 64(1), 65-71.
- A Time to Speak. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 47(2), 224-224.
- Foreword. International Rehabilitation Medicine, 6(3), 113-113.
- Speech therapists and volunteers-some comments on recent investigations of their effectiveness in the treatment of aphasia: response to T.R. Pring.. Br J Disord Commun, 18(2), 73-77.
- Response to T. R. Pring I. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 18(2), 73-77.
- SPEECH THERAPISTS AND VOLUNTEERS - REPLY. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DISORDERS OF COMMUNICATION, 18(2), 73-77.
- TREATMENT OF ACQUIRED APHASIA - SPEECH THERAPISTS AND VOLUNTEERS COMPARED - REPLY. JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY, 46(7), 692-693.
- POSITIVE IDEAS FOR HELPING STROKE PATIENTS AT HOME AND IN GROUPS - GRIFFITHS,VE, OETLIKER,P, OSWIN,P. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DISORDERS OF COMMUNICATION, 18(2), 129-129.
- Treatment of acquired aphasia: speech therapists and volunteers compared.. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, 45(11), 957-961.
- A COMPARISON OF SPEECH THERAPISTS AND VOLUNTEERS IN THE TREATMENT OF APHASIA FOLLOWING STROKE. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REHABILITATION RESEARCH, 5(1), 143-143.
- Clinical trials for communication aids? A study provoked by the clinical trials of SPLINK.. Int J Rehabil Res, 4(2), 181-195.
- A nurse's guide to managing the patient with speech handicap following a stroke or head injury.. Nurs Times, 76(48), 2114-2115.
- Frenchay dysarthria assessment. British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 15(3), 165-173.
- How does speech therapy work?. Practitioner, 223(1338), 796-799.
- Progress report on an evaluation of speech therapy for aphasia.. Br J Disord Commun, 14(2), 85-88.
- Neglect of speech therapy.. Br Med J, 1(6157), 201.
- Is all your Schuell really necessary?. British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 14(3), 195-201.
- Proposed evaluation of speech therapy for acquired aphasia.. Br J Disord Commun, 11(2), 144-148.
- Measuring and optimising the efficiency of community hospital inpatient care for older people: the MoCHA mixed-methods study. Health Services and Delivery Research, 8(1), 1-100.
- Mapping the contribution of Allied Health Professions to the wider public health workforce: a rapid review of evidence-based interventions. Journal of Public Health, fdw023-fdw023.
- View this article in WRRO A voice-input voice-output communication aid for people with severe speech impairment.. IEEE Trans on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering.
- “Riding the bumpy seas”: Or the impact of the Knowledge Skills Framework component of the Agenda for Change initiative on staff in intermediate care settings. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1-10.
- Early speech- and language-impaired children: linguistic, literacy, and social outcomes. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 48(6), 489-494.
- Nexos: Remote rehabilitation using an intelligent exoskeleton. Gerontechnology, 3(4).
- Speech and language therapy for aphasia following stroke. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
- Towards a theoretical framework for integrated team leadership (IgTL). Journal of Interprofessional Care. View this article in WRRO
- The association between delays in screening for and assessing dysphagia after acute stroke, and the risk of stroke-associated pneumonia. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, jnnp-2016-313356-jnnp-2016-313356.
- Promoting Communication Skills with People who have Dementia, The Essential Dementia Care Handbook (pp. 102-108). Routledge
- Electrical Stimulation for the Treatment of Dysphagia, Electroceuticals (pp. 137-156). Springer International Publishing
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Conference proceedings papers
- Who participates in aphasia research? An analysis of the REhabilitation and recovery of peopLE with Aphasia after StrokE (RELEASE) data set. Aphasiology, Vol. 32(sup1) (pp 2-4)
- Rationale for using available technologies to deliver remote support for self-management of stroke exercises: Practical factors from stroke survivors perspective. CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES, Vol. 43
- Using available information and communication technologies to deliver self-managed interventions for functional physical stroke rehabilitation what should be considered? (A review). CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES, Vol. 43
- Proceedings of Patient Reported Outcome Measure’s (PROMs) Conference Sheffield 2016: advances in patient reported outcomes research. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, Vol. 14(Suppl 1), 9 June 2016 - 9 June 2016. View this article in WRRO
- Examining the change process over time qualitatively: transformative learning and response shift. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, Vol. 14(1), 9 June 2016 - 9 June 2016. View this article in WRRO
- Development of a mental capacity assessment support tool: A user-centred design process. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE, Vol. 10 (pp 65-65)
- Non-Pharmacological Treatments for Stuttering in Children and Adults: A Systematic Review and Evaluation of Effectiveness, and Exploration of Barriers to Successful. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 193 (pp 291-292)
- "How can we manage our own exercises?": support identified by stroke survivors and carers to enable them to carry out independent exercise. International Journal of Stroke, Vol. 3(8) (pp 22). Harrogate, 3 December 2013 - 5 December 2013.
- Independent Speech and Language Practice with Aphasia Computer Software is an Acceptable Alternative to Face to Face Therapy in the Long Term Post Stroke. STROKE, Vol. 44(2)
- Controversies in Aphasia and Dysarthria Therapy. 6TH WORLD CONGRESS OF NEUROREHABILITATION (pp 15-22)
- Remote Rehabilitation - The NeXOS project: Lessons Learnt and Questions Raised. 2009 IEEE 11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON REHABILITATION ROBOTICS, VOLS 1 AND 2 (pp 1115-+)
- View this article in WRRO Challenges in developing a Voice Input Voice Output Communication Aid for People with Severe Dysarthria. CHALLENGES FOR ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY, Vol. 20 (pp 363-367)
- Development of a voice-input voice-output communication aid (VIVOCA) for people with severe dysarthria. COMPUTERS HELPING PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, PROCEEDINGS, Vol. 4061 (pp 882-885)
- Design requirements and user interfacing for a rehabilitation robot for the lower limbs. 2006 IEEE Conference on Robotics, Automation and Mechatronics, Vols 1 and 2 (pp 499-504)
- User involvement in the development of remote assistive technology will for rehabilitation of spinal cord injury. JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES, Vol. 238 (pp S346-S346)
- The design of an active exoskeleton to support rehabilitation. 3rd IFAC Conference on Mechatronic Systems (pp 505-510), 15 September 2004 - 17 September 2004.
- Automatic speech recognition with sparse training data for dysarthric speakers. EUROSPEECH 2003 - 8th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (pp 1189-1192)
- Who's afraid of the randomised controlled trial? Parents' views of an SLT research study. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS, Vol. 36(2) (pp 499-504)
- Informing educational change to improve clinical competence. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS, Vol. 36(2) (pp 406-410)
- Day in, day out: The everyday of community clinics. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS, Vol. 36(2) (pp 435-440)
- THE EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF PIRACETAM IN THE REHABILITATION OF STROKE PATIENTS. RECENT ADVANCES IN THE TREATMENT OF NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDERS AND COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION, Vol. 7 (pp 249-255)
- THE EFFECTS OF AN ALPHABET CHART ON THE SPEAKING RATE AND INTELLIGIBILITY OF SPEAKERS WITH DYSARTHRIA. RECENT ADVANCES IN CLINICAL DYSARTHRIA (pp 99-108)
- View this article in WRRO Examining the need for, and provison of, AAC in the United Kingdom.
- The Impact of Enhancing the Effectiveness of Interdisciplinary Working
- Development and Evaluation of a Mental Capacity Assessment Support Tool. The Mental Capacity Act 2005: Ten Years On Conference, University of Liverpool, UK..
- Supporting patients with communication needs during mental capacity assessments. Patient Information Forum Conference, London, UK..