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Dr. Caroline Jagoe

Assistant Professor (Clin Speech & Language Studies)
7/9 STH LEINSTER ST


My background is in speech & language therapy, where my work has focused on adults with acquired communication disorders. My research is interdisciplinary and uniquely situated at the intersection of disability inclusion, speech and language therapy, and linguistic-pragamtics. The thread of 'inclusive societies' runs through my research: from a micro-focus on participation in conversations involving people with communication disability and their communication partners; to international research on novel interventions to increase inclusion of people with aphasia after stroke; extending to a macro-focus on disability inclusion in humanitarian and development settings. I am currently collaborating with the UN World Food Programme on a project addressing disability inclusion in food security programming and I am an invited collaborator on a project addressing disability inclusion in gender-based violence interventions in Iraq.
  Aphasia   clinical pragmatics   Communication and Mental Health (Disorders)   Disability Inclusion   Inclusive development   Relevance Theory   Social Inclusion
 Developing an evidence base for the inclusion of persons with disabilities in food security programming
 Breaking barriers: A mixed-method study of barriers to inclusion and strategies to improve access to GBV humanitarian programming faced by older people and people with disabilities in Iraq
 Communication Partner Training Research in Languages other than English: A Systematic Review
 Navigating changing identities: Development of a toolkit and best practice guidelines for message banking as a speech & language therapy intervention to optimize communication and maintain a 'sense of self' in patients with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and other progressive neurological conditions
 Identity and participation of people with primary progressive aphasia and their family members: The impact of family training in Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (SCA)

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Management Committee Member of the Cost Action, Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (IS1208) 2013-2016
Global Engagement Officer (Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists) 2018 -
Member of the Collaborative of Aphasia Trialists (Phase 2) 2017-2020
Deputy Lead (Acting) of Working Group 5 of the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists, (Acting Deputy Lead September 2017-September 2018) 2017-2018
International Evidence Police Group Working Group Member (Reports to the International Communication Project Strategic Advisory Committee) 2017-2018
Member of the IASLT Working Group on Scope of Practice 2016
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Registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) 2005 to date
Member of the Irish Association of Speech & Language Therapists (IASLT) 2009 to date
Registered with CORU (Registration body for Health & Social Care Professionals in Ireland) 2014 to date
Walsh, I.P. Jagoe, C., Professional Identity: Social interaction in Healthcare Education. Studies in Social Interaction Series (Ed. S. Walsh), Edinburgh University Press, 2021, Book, APPROVED
Jagoe, C. Walsh, I.P., Communication and mental health disorders: Developing theory, growing practice. , J&R Press, 2020, Book, PUBLISHED  URL
Language and communication in adults with mental health disorders: Considerations for understanding speech and language therapy process and practice in, editor(s)Jagoe, C. Walsh I.P. , Communication and mental health disorders: Developing theory, growing practice. , UK , J & R Publishers, 2020, pp53 - 78, [Walsh, I.P. , Jagoe, C. & Brophy, J. ], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Developing theoretically grounded approaches to pragmatic intervention with people with schizophrenia in, editor(s)Jagoe, C. Walsh, I.P. , Communication and mental health disorders: Developing theory, growing practice, UK, J & R Publishers, 2020, pp129 - 150 , [Jagoe, C.], Book Chapter, IN_PRESS
Reflecting on hope: Communication and mental health in, editor(s)Jagoe, C. & Walsh I.P. , Communication and mental health disorders: Developing theory, growing practice, UK , J & R Publishers , 2020, pp177 - 189, [ C. Jagoe, P. Delmar, A. Sheehy & I.P. Walsh ], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Psychiatric Disorders in, editor(s)Cummings, L. , Pragmatic Language Disorders, New York, Springer, 2020, [Walsh, I.P. & Jagoe, C.], Book Chapter, IN_PRESS
Shiggins, C., Soskolne, V., Olenik, D., Pearl, G., Haaland-Johansen, L., Isaksen, J., Jagoe, C., McMenamin, R. and Horton, S. , Towards an asset-based approach to promoting and sustaining well-being for people with aphasia and their families: an international exploratory study., Aphasiology, 34, (1), 2020, p70 - 101, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Jagoe, C., Under-inclusion of Research Published in Languages Other than English within Systematic Reviews on Aphasia: The Impetus for a Review of Communication Partner Training, 2020, - 3-4, Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED
Pais, A. & Jagoe, C., The Impact of Communication Partner Training for Aphasia: Communication Accommodation in Conversations with Family Members, International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference, Vancouver, cancelled (COVID-19), 2020, Oral Presentation, ACCEPTED
Jagoe, C. & Wharton, T., Gestural indeterminacy and 'vague communication' in people with aphasia: A relevance theoretic perspective, International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference, Vancouver, cancelled (COVID-19), 2020, Poster, ACCEPTED
  

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Caroline Jagoe, 'On Speaking Terms: Eight Centuries of Communication Disability', Dublin, The Long Room, Trinity College Dublin, 2019, -, Exhibition, EXHIBITED
Jagoe. C., Thorpe, D., & Leahy, M., The silences of communication disability: portrayals in Pre-Modern Medical and Literary Texts, Borderlines XXIII Sound and Silence in the Medieval and Early Modern World, Dublin, 26-28th April, 2019, Invited Talk, PRESENTED
Jagoe, C., Pragmatic (dis)ability: Insights from Relevance Theory, Research Lectures in Language and Linguistics, University of Brighton, 28 November, 2018, Invited Talk, PRESENTED
Jagoe, C., Why Is Communication a Basic Human Right?, 2018, -, Notes: [https://internationalcommunicationproject.com/profile/communication-basic-human-right/#:~:text=The%20place%20of%20%E2%80%9Ccommunication%E2%80%9D%20in,through%20any%20media%20and%20regardless], Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED

  

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Selected for the TLRH JNIAS Visiting Fellowship (Delhi) Michaelmas Term 2018
My work is interdisciplinary and uniquely situated at the intersection of linguistic pragmatics (specifically Relevance Theory), speech and language therapy, and disability inclusion. The thread of 'inclusive societies' runs through my research: from a micro-focus on participation in conversations involving people with communication disability and their communication partners; to international research on novel interventions to increase inclusion of people with aphasia after stroke; extending to a macro-focus on disability inclusion in humanitarian settings.