In a recent blog, Jaan Pill, who is affiliated with the Canadian Stuttering Association wrote wrote a piece entitled, “How effective are public education campaigns, directed at changing people’s opinions about stuttering? How can the outcomes of such efforts be measured?“
Had I known about it, I would have encouraged him to submit it as a paper for this conference. Obviously, since he cited my work, I agree with him, but my question is this: How can we show empirically the impact of interventions designed to improve public attitudes on the quality of life of people who stutter?
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