Evidence-supported publications in speech & language therapy

Company

What do we do?

We publish speech and language therapy books, intervention manuals, therapy resources and materials for assessment developed by experts in the field and supported by primary research.

Our focus is on assisting speech and language therapy practitioners to access and implement theoretically sound and evidence-based interventions and assessments. We work with clinical researchers and academics to publish assessment and intervention materials supported by primary research and published in high quality journals.

Specialist-level therapy methods and resources will be accessible, practical and will be presented with the current scientific evidence or a strong theoretical rationale.

How are we different?

Napier Hill Press is the innovative response from two highly experienced, research-active speech and language therapists to the gap in the market for evidence-supported publications for the profession. With close links to researchers and practitioners in the UK, Europe and the United States of America and Canada we can bring the products of clinically relevant research to practitioners.

Publications will be realistically priced and author contracts will reflect the value we place on completing primary research with practical application.

NHP Directors

Catherine Adams

Catherine Adams

Catherine is a speech and language therapist, clinical lecturer and researcher and is a highly experienced reviewer of research papers and grant proposals. Catherine’s research focus is on developing the intervention evidence base for the Speech and Language Therapy profession and on making high quality research evidence available to clinical practitioners.

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Jacqueline Gaile

Jacqueline Gaile

Jacqueline is a speech and language therapist, clinical lecturer and researcher and has extensive experience of supporting school-age children who have complex communication needs. Her focus is on developing therapy materials with explicit, step-by-step methods which parents, carers and practitioners can use to achieve therapy goals.

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