Qualitative research: Implications for description and assessment
As clinical speech-language pathologists seeking different ways to understand the complexity of communication within naturalistic and social contexts, we are progressively adapting the qualitative research methods of the social sciences for our assessment purposes. This article discusses some basic principles and practices discussed previously in this forum on qualitative research and demonstrates how they can be employed to provide effective and sufficient clinical communicative assessment.
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Assessment, Description, Qualitative methods, Qualitative research
Tetnowski, John A., and Thomas C. Franklin. "Qualitative research: Implications for description and assessment." American Journal of Speech Language Pathology 12, no. 2 (2003): 155-164.
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology