The Journal Club ‘Deaf children and young people’:
Wednesday, 15th June, 2022: 4 pm – 5 pm
The Journal Club is aimed at deaf and hearing professionals who are interested in deafness, with education and early years the primary focus. You will be based in the UK or the Republic of Ireland. You may be a Masters or PhD student, or a professional with a postgraduate qualification, working with deaf children or a research student in a related field interested in further study. Your interests might be deaf education, deaf children, speech and language therapy, audiology, and/or Deaf Studies.
Join us for our fourth and final journal club for this academic year. The session will have a leader who facilitates the discussion. Details of the paper to read are below. All attendees are required to read the article in advance at least twice, using the guide as support. Write down any questions or discussion points as you are reading and bring them along to the meet.
Holzinger, Dall, Sanduvete-Chaves, Saldaña, Chacón-Moscoso, and Fellinger. (2020). The Impact of Family Environment on Language Development of Children With Cochlear Implants: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Ear and Hearing, Volume 41, Issue 5, p 1077-1091. doi: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000000852.
To assist in reading the paper, you can use the CASP Checklist:
Session leader: Martina Curtin.
Martina Curtin is a Specialist Speech and Language Therapist working with deaf children and their families in Hackney, London. She is currently funded by the National Institute of Health Research to do a Clinical Doctorate Research Fellowship. Martina’s aim is to create a tool called the EPID: Early Parent Interaction in Deafness.
Date: Wednesday, 15th June, 2022
Time: 4 pm – 5 pm
Online Platform: Online, via Zoom (Otter.ai transcription provided)
Restrictions: 12 places only
Closing date: 13th June 2022
To apply for this course please use the Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-journal-club-deaf-children-and-young-people-tickets-349671495857
Themes will be guided by the leaders for those sessions. We will draw leaders from recent PhD graduates and PhD students studying in these areas as well as advanced practitioners.
Interested in being a leader?
Have you completed and currently undertaking a deaf education specific topic and keen to lead a session? Please do contact Rachel for an informal discussion: [email protected]