Our process

How do we produce the monthly collection of plain-language research reviews for speech–language pathologists? Learn more below.

What we write

Journal articles communicate the science; we translate these articles for clinical practice. Because SLPs and scientists need different content, organized in different ways. Here’s how we organize our content:





What we read

We don’t just read some of the science; we read all of the science that’s relevant to speech–language pathologists.

The following journals are scouted monthly by our team:

  • Acta Paediatrica

  • Activities, Adaptation, and Aging

  • Advances in Neonatal care 

  • AERA Open

  • 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

  • Aphasiology

  • Appetite

  • Applied Linguistics

  • Applied Psycholinguistics

  • 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

  • Autism and Developmental Language Impairments

  • Autism Research

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?

Our research scouting process is data-driven:

Why do you need my billing address?

Our records indicate your billing address is not on file, and we need this for tax purposes. We will not use your address for anything other than tax record keeping. Please email communications@theinformedslp.com if you have any questions.