Unlock Your Voice!
Tuesday, April 18th, 2023
Dr Ciarán Kenny is proud to announce this event taking part of World Voice Day 2023. This event will feature expert panellists from both healthcare and the performing arts. The event will teach audience members about how to recognise and manage throat and jaw problems, when to seek help, and will demonstrate practical advice and exercises for self-management.
To register for this event and receive updates, please click here and see our flyer here.
Postgraduate Research Showcase 2023
31st March 2023
The Department of Clinical Speech and Language Studies invites colleagues to attend our annual Postgraduate Research Showcase. This event is free and delegates are welcome to join live or via Zoom. It provides an opportunity to learn about the latest developments in several areas of practice related to both dysphagia and voice.
To register, please contact email@example.com and see our flyer here.
Fundraising event held for Multiple Sclerosis
Hello all! We are third year Speech and Language therapy students from Trinity College Dublin organising a sea swim for a great cause!
A group of us took the plunge on March 15th at Seapoint, Co. Dublin! We've raised almost 2,000€ so far and are so close to our target. Feel free to donate using this link https://multiplesclerosisofireland.enthuse.com/pf/sea-swim
PhD Funding Opportunity
Dr Caroline Jagoe is seeking applicants for a PhD opportunity for the Arabic component of a study entitled Communication disabilities and conversational success: Relevance-based pragmatic universals to support interaction.
Applicants MUST be qualified speech and language therapists, fluent in Lebanese Arabic and able to commit to 2 years of data collection in Beirut after an initial period in Dublin.
The award covers tuition fees and an annual stipend of €18,500.
Details on how to apply are available here.
Celebrating International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Prioritising high quality disability-related evidence is important to operationalise the Leave No-One Behind agenda in the pursuit of Zero Hunger. Dr Caroline Jagoe and Research Fellow, Claire O'Reilly have been working with the United Nations World Food Programme to develop an evidence-base for disability inclusion in food security programming.
UN Special Rapporteur on the rights of persons with disabilities speaks at a webinar alongside colleagues from Clinical Speech & Language Studies
"[...] I am so taken with inclusion as your goal and am eager to hear how the voice of persons
disabilities counts in this process of re-imagining your field." Gerard Quinn, UN Special
Listen back to the recording of the webinar: