Sheila T. F. Moodie, PhD

Associate Professor

Room 2262G, EC
519 661-2111 x88259
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  • BSc, MClSc, PhD (Western)

Graduate Program Supervision

  • Health and Rehabilitation Sciences MSc | PhD

Research In Profile

Research biography available soon.

Featured Publications and Projects

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

  • Moodie, S.T. (2018). Family-centered early intervention: Supporting a call to action. ENT & Audiology News.
  • Noll, D., Moodie, S., Graham, I. D., Potter, B., & Fitzpatrick, E. M. (2022). “It gives me confidence”: Caregiver coaching from the perspective of families of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Journal of Early Hearing Detection and Intervention, 7(1), 24-36. doi:
  • King, G., Baldwin, P., Servais, M., & Moodie, S. (2022). Solution-focused coaching to support clinicians’ professional development: An analysis of relational strategies and co-constructed outcomes, Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 25(3), 205-216. doi: 10.1080/17518423.2021.2011458

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Current Grants and Research Projects

  • Moodie, S.T.F.M et al. (2019-2022) “Thriving in the Detour”: Understanding the meaning of parent-to-parent support for families of children who are Ddeaf or hard of hearing (Dd/HH). FHS Emerging Team Grant. $19,937

Featured Graduate Student Projects

Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) Enactment of Dysphagia Education and Counselling in TBI Inpatient Rehabilitation.

  • Muir-Derbyshire, Stephanie (2021). PhD, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Collaborative Specialization in Developmental Biology.

“I am the expert”: The Process of Adolescent Transition in the Self-Management of Hearing Healthcare. A Constructivist Grounded Theory Study.

  • Meston, Christine N. (2021). PhD, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

Exploring The Self-Regulatory Behaviors of Elementary Students with Hearing Loss in Inclusive Classrooms.

  • Di Bacco, Kendra.(2016). MSc, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

An Exploration of the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Ontario Elementary School Teachers Regarding Concussion within the School Environment.

  • Jorgensen, Sarah J (2016). MSc, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.

Visit Scholarship@Western for a list of completed student theses and dissertations in the repository.

Additional Information

Academic Appointments and Research Affiliations


  • Governor General's Award for Innovation (2022)
    • Received with colleagues from the National Centre for Audiology for the development of the world's first pediatric hearing aid prescription software

Professional Activities

  • Chair, Graduate Program Committee, School of Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Chair, Knowledge & Implementation in Pediatric Audiology group (
  • Academic Member, CASLPO