2018 Joint World Congress: Hiroshima, Japan

Nan BERNSTEIN RATNER1, Hanan HURWITZ2, Annie BRADBERRY3, and Kathleen SCALER SCOTT4

University of Maryland, College Park nratner@hesp.umd.edu

Israeli Stuttering Association hanan.hurwitz@gmail.com 

3International Fluency Association annie@100mileclub.com

4Misericordia University kscott@misericordia.edu

Abstract. There is limited evidence of stakeholder involvement in setting priorities for stuttering and cluttering research. This paper will briefly summarize survey results gathered pre-Congress asking major stakeholders to detail their highest priority research questions, and use these data as a starting point to encourage interaction between researchers and consumers in setting priorities that can encourage funded research and advocacy efforts most meaningful to people who stutter (PWS) and families.

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