Editor - Tiija Elisabet Rinta | University College London | 18949
ISSN: 2472-5005

Journal of Speech Pathology & Therapy
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Tiija Elisabet Rinta

Tiija Elisabet Rinta
Tiija Elisabet Rinta
Research Officer
Culture, Communication and Media
University College London
United kingdom
University College London


Dr Tiija Rinta is an educationist and researcher based in London, UK. She completed her doctorate from the Institute of Education, University of London, in 2008 on children’s vocal development and the use of singing activities in speech and language therapy with children. Since then she has worked as a Research Associate for the Institute on a number of projects concerned with children’s vocal development, social inclusion and the use of music in speech and language therapy. Tiija has also worked for several international NGOs and Government Agencies in various countries (such as Taiwan, Jordan and Uganda). The products of such work are publications in international professional journals, articles in magazines, book chapters and handbooks for professionals. Tiija frequently reviews articles for the Journal of Logopedics, Phoniatrics, Vocology, and the Psychology of Music. She currently works as a Director of a Music Academy in Uganda, whilst continuing her research activities at the Institute of Education in London.

Research Interest

speech and language therapy; use of music and singing in speech and language therapy; childrenʼs vocal development; speech and language development of immigrant children; special educational needs; interfaces between therapy and education; social inclusion; vocal health; voice therapy

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