The team has published a number of research publications listed below, as well as conference presentations. Publications are related to research projects as studying and evaluating our day to day work as an assistive technology team.
Finding the best fit: examining the decision-making of augmentative and alternative communication professionals in the UK using a discrete choice experiment.
Professionals’ decision-making in recommending communication aids in the UK: competing considerations
Appraising the quality of tools used to record patient-reported outcomes in users of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC): a systematic review
The language and communication attributes of graphic symbol communication aids – a systematic review and narrative synthesis
Local service provision of Augmentative and Alternative Communication and communication aids in England
Evaluating a novel cervical orthosis, the Sheffield Support Snood, in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/motor neuron disease with neck weakness
Prevalence of people who could benefit from augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in the UK: determining the need
Head-Up; An interdisciplinary, participatory and co-design process informing the development of a novel head and neck support for people living with progressive neck muscle weakness
Barriers and facilitators to the use of high-technology augmentative and alternative communication devices: a systematic review and qualitative synthesis
This publication list is also available as a simple list.