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STAMMA Journal Club (Sept)

Date/time range
Tuesday 24th September 2024 7:30pm – 8:30pm

Are you interested in what's going in the world of stammering research? Join this online event and find out more.

We want to help people who stammer learn more about current research into stammering and help make it accessible for everyone.

In this online session, we'll take a closer look at articles, and explore their results and what they could mean for people who stammer.

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If you'd like to join in, click on this Zoom link on Tuesday 24th September at 7:30pm.

Help needed

Would you like to get more involved in the journal club? We're looking for a student who is interested in stammering research to:

  • help us choose a research article to read in future sessions
  • write a short plain English summary of the article to make it accessible for people without a research background
  • help us run the session if needed, eg leading a breakout room
  • write up notes from the session.

You might be a speech & language therapy student, a PhD student researching stammering, or even a student with a stammer yourself. By getting involved, you can help make research about stammering accessible for everyone and support the stammering community. If you are interested, email us at 

Are you a researcher?

We are always looking for new research studies for people who stammer to read at our journal club. If you have a peer reviewed research article that you would be happy for us to share with journal club members, please send us a copy at 

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