Confronting Pathology by Revealing a Critical Landscape in Communication Sciences and Disorders: A Scoping Review Protocol
Systemic oppression impacts equitable access to resources and life opportunities. There has not yet been a published systematic account of how Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) is identifying and challenging systemic oppression. This is a protocol for a scoping review, which aims to map a critical landscape in CSD by identifying literature that applies a critical analysis. This scoping review protocol is informed by PRISMA-P (2015), which will be used for the scoping review to systematically map peer-reviewed literature as per PRISMA Extension for Scoping Reviews (2018) from six electronic databases. This scoping review protocol explains that the scoping review will analyze eligible literature to better understand peer-reviewed scholarship that identifies and aims to confront systemic oppression to inform equitable CSD training, practice, and research.
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