Category: Working Group 5 Projects

01 Oct 2018

A core outcome set for aphasia treatment research: Consensus statement

Wallace SJ, Worrall L, Rose T, Le Dorze G, Breitenstein C, Enderby P, Bose A, Brady MC, Cruice M, Copland D, Hersh D, Cherney LR, Babbitt E, Rochon E, Pearl G, Hilari K, Marshall J, Webster J, Kelly H, Howe T, Kiran S, Nicholas M, Rose M, Sage K, Laska AC, Patterson J, Small S….

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05 Sep 2018

Considering qualitatively informed Randomised Controlled Trials (RCT) in an international context

C. Jagoe; J. Isaksen; M. Cruice; A. Pais; A. Bowen, Considering qualitatively informed Randomised Controlled Trials (RCT) in an international context; Presented at IARC 2018, Aveiro, Portugal.  

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05 Sep 2018

Report from ROMA: An update on the development of a core outcome set for aphasia research

Sarah Wallace; Linda Worrall; T. Rose; G. Dorze; E. Kirke; D. Kolomeitz; Report from ROMA: An update on the development of a core outcome set for aphasia research; Presented at IARC 2018, Aveiro, Portugal.  

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30 Aug 2018

Supporting Communicative Participation of Individuals with Aphasia

Team: Lise R. Jensen, Elisabeth Ahlsén, Madeleine Cruice, Simon Horton, Carole Pound; Jytte Isaksen, Monica Blom-Johansson, Nina Simmons-Mackie Funder: Danish Research Council (grant award DFF – 4180-00046), Start October 2014

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19 Oct 2015

Definition of Aphasia

Team: Linda Worrall, Karianne Berg

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15 Jun 2015

Practitioners’ perspectives on quality of life in aphasia rehabilitation in Denmark

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

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30 Oct 2014

“What can I do for you?” – A visual communication guide for health care workers who are treating people with aphasia

Team: Gabriele Kitzmüller, Karianne Berg, Line Haaland Johansen and Dafna Olenik   Funder: Extrastiftelsen Helse Rehabilitering in cooperation with the Norwegian Aphasia Association (Norway) 220 000 NKR (€22500). Start: 9th Jan 2015 End: 31st Dec 2016.

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04 Oct 2014

Meaningful Evaluation in AphaSia in REhabilitation and Society (MEASURES)

Background There are numerous outcome measures used in aphasia rehabilitation as well as in research aiming to capture more than improvement of language modalities after aphasia therapy. However their aims and scopes vary across and beyond the ICF domains of activity, participation, environmental and personal factors to wellbeing, quality of life etc. MEASURES project aim…

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30 Aug 2014

Asset-based Community Development (ABCD)

Background Much of the focus on and most of the resources for aphasia rehabilitation have been on interventions early after onset. For example, clinical guidelines generally suggest that active rehabilitation should focus on the first six months, when most physical recovery is achieved. However, getting back to life and making the necessary adjustments to living…

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