BSc speech-language pathology, UCT
MSc speech-language pathology, UCT
PhD speech-language pathology, UCT
Kristen is a postdoctoral research fellow and clinical educator in the Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Her current research interests centre around understanding how curriculum can support social justice and social inclusion.
Clinical education, decoloniality, community development, transdisciplinarity, social inclusion
Abrahams, K., Kathard, H., Harty, M., & Pillay, M. (2019). Inequity and the professionalisation of speech-language pathology. Professions and Professionalism, 9(3). doi:10.7577/pp.3285
Abrahams, K., Kathard, H., Mostert, L., Walters, F. & Galvaan, R. (2018). Facilitating social inclusion through communication: How do speech- and language therapy students negotiate their transition into community practice? In P. Silbert, R. Galvaan & J. Clark, Partnerhisp in action: University-school-community (pp. 181-197). Cape Town: HSRC press.
Abrahams, K., Harty, M., St. Louis, K. O., Thabane, L. & Kathard, H. (2016). Primary school teachers’ opinions and attitudes towards stuttering in two South African urban education districts. South African Journal of Communication Disorders, 63(1). doi: 10.4102/sajcd.v63i1.157