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|Title:||Gathering evidence on universal and targeted interventions (Forthcoming)|
|Citation:||McCartney E & Cooper J (2019) Gathering evidence on universal and targeted interventions (Forthcoming). In: Dobinson C & Wren Y (eds.) Creating Practice-based Evidence: A Guide for SLTs, 2nd ed. Albury: J & R Press. http://www.jr-press.co.uk/creating-practice-based-evidence-2nd-edition.html|
|Abstract:||Learning outcomes At the end of this chapter, you be able to: • Understand what is meant by universal and targeted interventions • Understand the importance of assessing the value and impact of universal and targeted interventions • Understand the role of the speech and language therapist in a team which is developing such interventions • Monitor the effectiveness of universal and targeted interventions • Carry out a practice-based evidence activity using targeted and universal interventions|
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