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

Original Research

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


Erratum: Conducting clinical research in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic: Challenges and lessons for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology research  
Katijah Khoza-Shangase, Nomfundo Moroe, Ben Sebothoma
23 May 2023

Review Article

Dysphagia and pill swallowing in HIV/AIDS in South Africa: Results of a scoping review  
Alexa Cohen, Jaishika Seedat, Cynthia Sawasawa
31 March 2023

Original Research

Weighing up the pros and cons of dysphagia triage in South Africa  
Kelly-Ann Kater, Jaishika Seedat
21 February 2023

Clinical Perspective

Ten years’ experience with bone conduction hearing aids in the Western Cape, South Africa  
Silva Kuschke, Christine Rogers, Estie Meyer
27 January 2023

Original Research

A shared reading intervention: Changing perceptions of caregivers in a semi-rural township  
Tarryn Coetzee, Sharon Moonsamy, Joanne Neille
26 January 2023

Table of Contents

Table of Contents Vol 69, No 1 (2022)  
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31 December 2022
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