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Prachi Srivastava; Alejandra Cardini; Iván Matovich (et al.)
Seyed Abolfazl Tohidast; Banafshe Mansuri; Rasool Bagheri (et al.)
This study describes the quality of providing Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) services during the COVID-19 pandemic and the negative effects of the disease on the provision of SLP services. In addition, it makes an attempt to explain concerns and problems raised by the families, the importance of providing SLP services during the critical period of speech and language development, telepractice services, the roles of speech-language-hearing related scientific associations, and the roles of SLPs during the outbreak of COVID-19.
Mohamed Abioui; Mohamed Dades; Yuriy Kostyuchenko (et al.)
This report presents learning and recommendations emerging from the Global Partners Project (GPP), an initiative to strengthen education in emergencies. The main project output has been a substantial new evidence base around a conceptual framework that investigates the ‘who’, ‘how’ and ‘so what’ of education coordination in crisis contexts.
Linda Darling-Hammond; Abby Schachner; Adam K. Edgerton (et al.)
Joe Hallgarten; Kristine Gorgen; Kate Sims
Emily Morris; Anna Farrell; Abagail Todd
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