It is with great appreciation that speechBITE acknowledges the following organisations whose generous support has enabled the development and ongoing maintenance of the database.
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
speechBITE would like to thank the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists in the United Kingdom for their financial donation.
Speech Pathology Australia
Many thanks to Speech Pathology Australia for providing the vital funding that enabled the initial development of speechBITE and for their continuing support.
speechBITE would like to thank the following organisations for their financial sponsorship provided in previous years.
Motor Accidents Authority of NSW
The Motor Accidents Authority of NSW have generously provided the majority of financial assistance necessary for the ongoing maintenance of speechBITE.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
speechBITE wishes to thank the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association for providing financial sponsorship to support the further development of the website as an evidence-based practice resource for speech pathologists internationally.
Comité Permanent de Liaison des Orthophonistes-Logopèdes de l’UE /Standing Liaison Committee of E.U. Speech and Language Therapists and Logopedists
Thank you to Comité Permanent de Liaison des Orthophonistes-Logopèdes de l’UE for their financial donation to speechBITE.
speechBITE would like to extend sincere gratitude to the following evidence-based practice initiatives for providing invaluable support without which the development of speechBITE would not have been possible.
NeuroBITE (previously PsycBITE)
speechBITE gratefully acknowledges the invaluable contribution from NeuroBITE (previously PsycBITE). The founding committee of PsycBITE, led by Professor Robyn Tate, provided substantial support and resources that made speechBITE a possibility. speechBITE is based on the model provided by PsycBITE, uses identical rating systems and was successfully launched as a result of a significant contribution of papers from PsycBITE to the speechBITE database. This included 455 treatment studies on acquired communication disorders and 54 randomised and non-randomised controlled trials for use on the speechBITE website.
We would also like to acknowledge the significant contribution of the Physiotherapy Evidence Database (PEDro) for their role in promoting evidence-based practice in health care and for the development of the PEDro scale. speechBITE gives particular thanks to the PEDro project manager, Anne Moseley, whose advice and guidance has been invaluable.