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Volume 17, Number 1 2015

Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology

Sonia Pang

is an SLP currently working in both residential and

acute care settings.

Zaneta Mok

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.

Miranda Rose

is a senior

research fellow and ARC Future Fellow at La Trobe University.

Miranda’s research focuses on finding effective interventions for


Correspondence to:

Dr Miranda Rose

Department of Human Communication Sciences

La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

phone: +61 (03) 9479 2088


Sawrikar, P., & Katz, I. (2009). How useful is the term

“culturally and linguistically diverse” (CALD) in Australian

research, practice, and policy discourse? In


from the Australian Social Policy Conference (ASPC)

presented at Australian Social Policy Conference: An Inclusive

Society? Practicalities and Possibilities, Sydney, 8–10 July

2009. Sydney, NSW: University of New South Wales.

Speech Pathology Association of Australia (2003).

General membership survey

. Retrieved from: http://www.


Speech Pathology Association of Australia.


Position paper: Working in a culturally and

linguistically diverse society

. Retrieved from http://www.