Education of Speech and Language Therapists in the Republic of Ireland and in the UK

  title={Education of Speech and Language Therapists in the Republic of Ireland and in the UK},
  author={M. Leahy and M. M. Supple},
  journal={Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica},
  pages={87 - 90}
A brief history of speech and language therapy education in the Republic of Ireland and in the UK is provided, with reference to early 20th century developments. Current practice regarding the regulation and accreditation processes of education courses in the two countries is outlined. A general account of the development of undergraduate curricula of speech and language therapy is provided. 
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