Ms Philippa Maree Friary
First Class Honours Bachelor of Speech-language Therapy, BSLT Hons
Philippa Friary is the Director of Clinical Education for the Speech Sciences programme at The University of Auckland, New Zealand, MSLTPrac. This programme includes a graduate entry master’s programme for 40 students, for which Philippa has overall responsibility for the clinical curriculum. In addition to ensuring that the programme graduates competent students, Philippa has a keen interest in interprofessional education and exploring innovative ways to enhance interprofessional collaboration. Currently this involves; large scale projects with the local hospital, interprofessional student clinics and interprofessional simulation activities.
In addition to her role as Director of Clinical Education, Philippa is the Vice President of IALP - the International Assoication of Communication Sciences and Disorders and is the facilitator for the Aotearoa Interprofessional EducAtion Network which launched in August 2013. Philippa is a registered member with the New Zealand Speech-language Therapists’ Association since 1997.
Research | Current
Interprofessional education and collaborative practice.
Professional and clinical supervision.
Client-centred education and healthcare models.
Teaching | Current
Course Coordinator of the clinical curriculum for the Speech Science programme - MSLTPrac (includes four papers).
Support teaching on Adult Communication Disorders - Motor Speech - SpSci736.
Provides external teaching on student and professional supervision.
1997 University of Canterbury Academic and Clinical Excellence Award
Areas of expertise
My key area of interest and expertise is in clinical education. Over the last 10 years I have expanded my clinical teaching from the realm of speech science into an interprofessional setting with a keen focus on interprofessional education. In addition to this, I have a lot of clinical experience and skill working in the area of adult neuro rehabilitation, in particular Parkinson's disease. My current research focuses are in; clinical/professional supervision, clinical education, interprofessional education and client-centred healthcare/education models.
Vice President - IALP - International Association of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Co-Chair IALP Congress 2022.
Registered Member of the New Zealand Speech-language Therapists' Association.
Committee member - Interprofessional Education Committee, FMHS, UoA.
Founder and facilitator for the Aotearoa Interprofessional EducAtion Network.
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Miles, A., Jardine, M., Johnston, F., de Lisle, M., Friary, P., & Allen, J. (2017). Effect of Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT LOUD®) on swallowing and cough in Parkinson's disease: A pilot study. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 383, 180-187. 10.1016/j.jns.2017.11.015
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Anna Miles, Marie Jardine
- Friary, P., Fairgray, L., Donaldson, S., & Purdy, S. C. (2017). What does speech-language therapy look like in New Zealand and how does it interface with psychology?. Psychology Aotearoa, 9 (2), 78-82. Related URL.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Suzanne Purdy, Selena Donaldson
- Miles, A., Donaldson, S., & Williams, P. (2015). Training Hospital Readiness in Speech-Language Pathology Students through Simulation. The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, 13 (4) Related URL.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Anna Miles, Selena Donaldson