Guest Lectures
ONLINE EVENT

PsyCen seminar: Supporting clinical decision-making in AAC recommendations for children

  • 17.00 - 18.00
  • 09 Jun 2021
PsyCen seminar: Supporting clinical decision-making in AAC recommendations for children
Speaker: Professor Janice Murray, Professor of Communication Disability (AAC)| Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care| Manchester Metropolitan University

This virtual presentation will share findings from I-ASC - a UK research project that supported the identification of appropriate communication technology to increase the independence and participation of children with additional communication needs. Presented by Professor Janice Murray (Manchester Metropolitan University), the webinar will explore the theory that emerged from the study and the freely available resources that were developed from the research. These insights will offer support to children, families and professionals during decision making.

Professor Janice Murray

Professor Janice Murray has worked in HEI for over 20 years but during that time has maintained involvement in clinical work, developing collaborative partnerships to inform her teaching, research and knowledge exchange activities.

PsyCen Seminar Series

The Centre of Psychological Research (PsyCen), within Leeds School of Social Sciences, supports research projects dedicated to improving psychological wellbeing for different communities in conjunction with a range of external collaborators and funders.  

Our work showcases diverse methodologies, from psychometric and experimental designs to qualitative and critical psychology approaches, to advance knowledge across different branches of psychological science, from social and community psychology to cognitive neuroscience and biological psychology.  

 

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