The South African Journal of Communication Disorders (SAJCD) is concerned with research, and critically evaluative theoretical, philosophical and conceptual issues dealing with aspects of human communication and its disorders, dysphagia, service provision, training and policy. View our Editorial Team.

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Noise risk assessment practices of four South African manufacturing and utilities companies  
Oscar Rikhotso, Thabiso J. Morodi, Daniel M. Masekameni
28 November 2023

Reviewer Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
23 November 2023

Original Research

Clinical attendance rate at a tertiary adult audiological service in South Africa  
Mubina Khan, Katijah Khoza-Shangase, Amanda B. Thusi, Ruhee Hoosain, Sadna Balton
14 November 2023

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Influence of hearing loss on sibling relationships: Perspectives of the normal hearing sibling  
Suvishka Barath, Senamile N. Hlongwane, Marylene Madlala, Sinawo L. Mzanywa, Jessica Paken
13 October 2023

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Influence of social inclusion and institutional culture on students’ interactions in clinical settings  
Katijah Khoza-Shangase, Margo Kalenga
13 October 2023

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Clinical outcomes associated with speech, language and swallowing difficulties post-stroke  
Stephanie A. Kaylor, Shajila A. Singh
10 October 2023


Corrigendum: Contextualising clinical reasoning within the clinical swallow evaluation: A scoping review and expert consultation  
Thiani Pillay, Mershen Pillay
08 September 2023

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Eye movement as a simple, cost-effective tool for people who stutter: A case study  
Hilary D.-L. McDonagh, Patrick Broderick, Kenneth Monaghan
31 August 2023

Original Research

Why do people who stutter attend stuttering support groups?  
Nicola E. Bloye, Shabnam S. Abdoola, Casey J. Eslick
03 August 2023

Original Research

The knowledge-to-action process model for knowledge translation in oral care in South Africa  
Jaishika Seedat
31 July 2023
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Posted: 2023-10-26

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