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Practice-Based Research: Another Pathway for Closing the Research–Practice Gap

Pamela Crooke and Lesley Olswang

JSLHR

Approaching research from more than one perspective is necessary for ultimately improving the quality of client and patient care. Practice-based research acknowledges the value of understanding clinical decision making in everyday contexts as an important complement to evidence generated in laboratories.



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Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research



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