Ms Lynne Bremner (MEd, BSc Hons) is a Lecturer in the Speech and Hearing Sciences Division.
- Research Interests
- Research Publications
- Teaching & Learning
I became a Speech and Language Therapist in 1996, working with both adults and children. After a brief spell working in New Zealand, I returned to a Paediatric Speech and Language Therapist post Edinburgh. I worked with children with complex communication disorders in the areas of diagnosis and intervention, in both clinical and education settings. In 2005, I joined QMU as a research clinician working on projects in the area of communication between Allied Health Professional and and Education. In 2007 I became a lecturer in Speech and Hearing Sciences. My teaching interests are mainly in the area of social communication disorders and general principles of Speech and Language Therapy practice. I continue to be a practicing clinician in the NHS specializing in the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders and related social communication disorders.
Affiliations/Memberships to Other Organisations:
- Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
- 1996 to date
- National status
- Health and Care Professions Council
- 2000 to date
- National status
My research interests include diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder and social communication disorder.
Active Research Interests:
- Currently studying for PhD focused on Measuring ASD symptomatology in pre-school children in early years settings.
Please see my research publications in eResearch – Queen Margaret University’s repository
My primary teaching areas are general principles of Speech and Language Therapy practice, social communication disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Joint Program Leader for BSc Speech and Language Therapy