November 25, 2016

Creating sustainable services: Minority world SLPs in majority world contexts

Congratulations to Bea Staley and Suzanne Hopf for editing a special issue of the Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology titled: Creating sustainable services: Minority world SLPs in majority world contexts
The special issue included the following papers
  • 106 Special issue: A diverse global network of speech-language pathologists – Bea Staley and Suzanne C. Hopf
  • 108 Building collaboration: A participatory research initiative with Vietnam’s first speech-language pathologists – Marie Atherton, Bronwyn Davidson, and Lindy McAllister
  • 116 Sustainable partnerships for communication disability rehabilitation in majority world countries: A message from the inside – Karen Wylie, Clement Amponsah, Josephine Ohenewa Bampoe, and Nana Akua Owusu
  • 121 Professional and personal benefits of volunteering: Perspectives of International clinical educators of Vietnamese speech-language pathology students in Vietnam – Lindy McAllister, Sue Woodward, and Srivalli Nagarajan
  • 126 Development of the Vietnamese Speech Assessment – Ben Pham, Sharynne McLeod, and Xuan Thi Thanh Le
  • 131 Practice innovations from the emerging speech-language pathology profession in Vietnam: Vignettes illustrating indigenised and sustainable approaches – Nguyen Thi Ngoc Dung, Le Khanh Dien, Christine Sheard, Le Thi Thanh Xuan, Trà Thanh Tâm, Hoàng Văn Quyên, Le Thi Dao, and Lindy McAllister
  • 137 Building speech-language pathology capacity and colleagues across continents – Abbie Olszewski and Erica Frank
  • 139 Applying theories of cultural competence to speech-language pathology practice in east Africa – Helen Barrett
  • 145 Ethical conversations: “I can’t believe you want to leave at lunch time” – A reflection on how narrative ethics may inform ethical practice in cross-cultural and majority-world contexts – Helen Smith
  • 148 Webwords 56: Minority-world SLPs/SLTs in majority-world contexts – Caroline Bowen