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Research Outcome Measurement in Aphasia (ROMA)

Research recommendations for aphasia studies
The Research Outcome Measurement in Aphasia (ROMA) consensus statement provides evidence-based recommendations for the measurement of outcomes for adults with post-stroke aphasia within phase I-IV aphasia treatment studies. his consensus statement has been endorsed by the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists, the British Aphasiology Society, the German Society for Aphasia Research and Therapy, and the Royal College of Speech Language Therapists.
Recommendations

Clinical Guidelines

Clinical Guidelines
Learn about the latest recommendations for the management and support of people with aphasia
Clinical Guidelines

Multilingual Information Sheets

Multilingual Aphasia Information
Aphasia due to stroke has no cultural, language or geographical barriers. The following resources, advice and information sheets available for clinicians to aid communication with people with aphasia in different languages. Full multilingual online resources are also available at http://www.aphasia-international.com/languages/ and summarised below:
Multilingual Information Sheets

Research Guidelines

Research Guidelines
Research guidelines can help to develop your projects according to best practice. These useful links will help in both the development and reporting phases of your research.
Research Guidelines

Research Datasets

Research Datasets
Numerous aphasia studies have been carried out. Anonymised data from these studies can be used for novel exploratory analyses to establish proof of concept, and pilot study design before moving on to more costly large scale studies. Find out whether the CATs database can help with your planned study.
Aphasia Datasets

Early Stage Researchers

Research Guidelines
Early Stage Researchers are those who are within 8 years since completing their PhD. CATs offers a range of support and resources including training and networking opportunities.
Research Guidelines

Research Forum

Research Guidelines
Do you have a question that our international network can answer? Visit the CATs Forum and engage in virtual discussions to help progress both your own and others’ research.
Forum