Research Output per year
I completed my PhD at The University of Sydney, Australia in 2018. I am an HCPC registered Speech and Language Therapist, and have previously practised clinically in Australia. I am a certified practising member of Speech Pathology Australia.
My area of interest is in the clinical management of speech sound disorders in children.
I am currently working on the EPSRC-funded Ultrax2020 project (http://www.ultrax-speech.org/research/ultrax-2020)
I am interested in investigating how intervention outcomes can be optimised for children with speech sound disorders. This has led me to investigate the service delivery contexts in which speech and language therapists provide therapy services, and also to consider the role that parents can play in delivering effective intervention. I am particularly interested in exploring the active ingredients of intervention for speech sound disorders, and identifying which components (or combination of components) of intervention lead to changes in a child's speech.
My current area of research is investigating the role of biofeedback and ultrasound imaging of the tongue in both assessment and intervention processes for speech sound disorders. I am interested in how the additional information provided by ultrasound may contribute to both improved assessment/diagnosis and intervention outcomes.
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Sydney
2014 → 2018
Bachelor of Applied Science, University of Sydney
2009 → 2012
Developing an ultrasound visual-biofeedback service for the treatment of speech sound disorders within a rural clinical settingSchoepfer, C., Sugden, E., Cleland, J., Roxburgh, Z., Loggie, J., Godfrey, T. & Brander, E., 25 Sep 2019.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Speech
Evaluation of parent and speech-language pathologist delivered multiple oppositions intervention for children with phonological impairment: a multiple-baseline design studySugden, E., Baker, E., Williams, A. L., Munro, N. & Trivette, C. M., 25 Nov 2019, In : American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 16 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Ellie Sugden (Recipient), Elise Baker (Recipient), Natalie Munro (Recipient), A. Lynn Williams (Recipient) & Carol Trivette (Recipient), 2019
Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)
Activities per year
Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work types › Journal peer review