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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor Cristina McKean
Professor James Law
Allocation and funding of speech and language therapy for children with Developmental Language Disorders across Europe and beyond2021
Professor Jennifer Richards
Professor James Law
Dr Hazel Sheeky Bird
Dr Rachel White
COVID AND SOCIETY: The Impact of COVID-19 on Children and Young People and the potential contribution of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences2021
Professor James Law
Melanie Dornstauder
Dr Jenna Charlton
Tele-Practice for children and young people with communication disabilities: Employing the COM-B model to review the intervention literature and inform guidance for practitioners2021
Mx Josie Tulip
Professor James Law
Why Clinicians Choose Their Language Intervention Approach: An International Perspective on Intervention for Children with Developmental Language Disorder2021
Dr Penny Levickis
Professor Cristina McKean
Alexandra Wiles
Professor James Law
Expectations and experiences of parents taking part in parent–child interaction programmes to promote child language: a qualitative interview study2020
Professor James Law
Dr Jenna Charlton
Professor Cristina McKean
Fiona Beyer
Dr Cristina Fernandez-Garcia
et al.
Final report Parent-child reading to improve language development and school readiness: A systematic review and meta-analysis2020
Dr Jenna Charlton
Professor James Law
Home Start Early Speech and Language Study. Phase 2 Evaluation Study2020
Professor James Law
Dr Jenna Charlton
Professor Cristina McKean
Rose Watson
Robert Rush
et al.
Identifying and Supporting Children's Early Language Needs2020
Professor James Law
Association of proximal elements of social disadvantage with children's language development at 2 years: an analysis of data from the Children in Focus (CiF) sample from the ALSPAC birth cohort2019
Dr Elspeth McCartney
Professor Cristina McKean
Karen Laing
Professor James Law
Co/productive practitioner relations for children with SLCN: an affect inflected agentic frame2019
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