Volume 17, Number 1 2015
Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology
is an SLP currently working in both residential and
acute care settings.
is a lecturer in speech pathology
at Australian Catholic University. Among her research interests
include topics in speech pathology practice for culturally and
linguistically diverse populations.
is a senior
research fellow and ARC Future Fellow at La Trobe University.
Miranda’s research focuses on finding effective interventions for
Dr Miranda Rose
Department of Human Communication Sciences
La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
phone: +61 (03) 9479 2088
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