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Presentations

External Platform Presentation

  1. Brady MC on behalf of the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists. Fostering a collaborative international aphasia research network. British Aphasiology Society Biennial International Conference, Manchester, September 2013.
  2. Brady MC on behalf of the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists. Aphasia Research: Trials and tribulations, cooperation and collaborations. International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference, The Hague, Netherlands, 18th-20thJune 2014.
  3. Campbell P, Visch-Brink E, Pollock A, Brady M. Post-stroke aphasia and peripheral hearing loss: A systematic review of prevalence, audiological assessment and hearing aid use. RCSLT ‘Mind the Gap” conference, Leeds, UK; 2014
  4. Franklin, S., Harhen, D., Hayes, M., Mc Manus, S and Pollock, A (2015). ‘Top 10 research priorities relating to long-term aphasia,’ British Aphasiology Society Biennial International Conference 2015, University College London, UK
  5. Knoph et al: Variation and changes in code switching in multilingual aphasia, British Aphasiology Society Biennial International Conference 2015, University College London, UK
  6. Haaland-Johansen et al: Clinical guidelines for aphasia in stroke management in Scandinavia, British Aphasiology Society Biennial International Conference 2015, University College London, UK
  7. Zakariás L, Keresztes A, & Marton K (2014). Positive effects of computerized executive function training in aphasia. Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie 19 (Suppl.), 178–181.Conference Proceeding of the Science of Aphasia Conference 2014
  8. Horton S,  Pearl G, Soskolne V, Olenik D, Haaland-Johansen L, Isaksen J, Jagoe C, Shiggins C. (2016), Towards an asset-based approach to living with aphasia: exploring the relevance and implications for people with aphasia and families. IARC 2016

External Poster Presentations

  1. Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists Management Committee.The Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists British Aphasiology Society Biennial International Conference, Manchester, September 2013
  2. Brady MC, Ali M, on behalf of the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (CATs) Establishment of a Research and Training Network for Aphasia after Stroke. Poster Presentation at the 8th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation 2014, Istanbul, Turkey
  3. Brady MC, Ali M, on behalf of the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (CATs) Establishment of a Research and Training Network for Aphasia after Stroke. Poster Presentation at the Scottish Stroke Allied Health Professions Forum, June 2014, Perth, UK.
  4. Brady MC, Ali M, on behalf of the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (CATs) Establishment of a Research and Training Network for Aphasia after Stroke. Poster Presentation at the Society for Research in Rehabilitation 2014, Glasgow UK.
  5. Campbell P, Visch-Brink E, Pollock A, Brady M. Aphasia after stroke and peripheral hearing loss: A systematic review of prevalence, audiological assessment and hearing aid use. Society Rehabilitation Research. Glasgow Caledonian Glasgow, UK; 2014
  6. Brady M, on behalf of the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists, Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (CATs): international networking opportunities, Poster Presentation at the UK Stroke Forum, December 2014, Harrogate, UK
  7. Brady MC, Ali M, on behalf of the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (CATs) Establishment of a Research and Training Network for Aphasia after Stroke. Poster Presentation at the Royal Society for Speech and Language Therapy Conference, September 2014, Leeds, UK.
  8. Brady MC on behalf of the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists. Aphasia Research: Trials and tribulations, cooperation and collaborations. 2014, International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference, The Hague, Netherlands, 18th-20thJune
  9. Isaksen J, Cruice M, Jensen LR, Ten Kate O and Viberg M.E Practitioners’ perspectives on quality of life in aphasia rehabilitation in Denmark, poster presentation at the 5th Nordic Aphasia Conference, Oslo, Norway, June 2015
  10. Knoph et al: The impact of verb retrieval therapy in a bilingual speaker with fluent aphasia, The 5th Nordic Aphasia Conference [poster], Oslo, June 2015
  11. Knoph et al: The impact of Semantic Feature Analysis on verb production in a multilingual speaker with aphasia, Science of Aphasia Conference 2014
  12. Brady M.  SLT for aphasia after stroke, Best Practice Day March 2017, Glasgow UK.
  13. Brady M. Cochrane Aphasia Review UK Stroke Forum Nov 2016, Liverpool, UK
  14. Brady M. Update on the Cochrane Systematic Review of Speech and Language Therapy for Aphasia after Stroke. Dutch Society of Speech and Language Therapists. March, 2016 Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
  15. Brady M. Stroke rehabilitation research initiatives. Neurology and Central & Eastern European Stroke Conference (ESOEast) March, 2016.  Warsaw, Poland.
  16. Brady M. Edinburgh Aphasia Interest Group, January 28th 2016
  17. Brady M. Aphasia Symposium Stroke 2015 August 2015, Melbourne, Australia.

Platform and poster presentations from the CATs Conference, March 2015.

Platform and poster presentations from the CATs Conference, February 2017.