The Evidence You Can Use reviews are a monthly collection of plain-language research reviews for speech–language pathologists, available in audio, printable, and online formats.
To write the reviews, we hand-search hundreds of journals each month, reading abstracts and articles. We identify which articles are immediately clinically applicable.
We then review (write up a commentary on) each of them, explain the most important clinical take-home messages, and provide links to the original research so you can read more deeply on topics of your choice.
Traditional Evidence Pyramid
Activities, Adaptation, and Aging
Advances in Neonatal care
Age and Ageing
Aging and Mental Health
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition
ALTER – European Journal of Disability Research
Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders
Alzheimer's and Dementia
American Annals of the Deaf
American Educational Research Journal
American Journal of Gastroenterology
American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry
American Journal of Occupational Therapy
American Journal of Otolaryngology
American Journal of Perinatology
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
American Journal of Speech Language Pathology
American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
American Sociological Review
Annals of Biomedical Engineering
Annals of Dyslexia
Annals of Long-Term Care
Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology
Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Annual Review of Psychology
Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Assessment for Effective Intervention
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Auris Nasus Larynx
Australian Journal of Education
Autism and Developmental Language Impairments
This happens when journals repeatedly publish one or fewer articles relevant to speech–language pathology, across four+ months of scouting. Journals that publish no articles relevant to speech–language pathology over the course of a year are removed from the list entirely.
We search keywords each month as well and have Google Scholar alerts set up to find articles. Over time, these searches give us the data needed to add more journals to the list above. However, we search certain terms every single month, as some topics are published in so many different journals that keyword searches make more sense than adding those journals to our scouting list.
All journals were added to our list via one or more of the following methods:
So do you review ALL the articles published in each of these journals, every month?
Once TISLP points me toward an article I should read, how do I get the full-text article?
The reviews describe original research. How do I know that the research is interpreted correctly? What are your quality control procedures?
What if I have questions or input regarding your procedures?