Funding Awards

As the Collaboration continues to grow, there has been a push towards securing external research funding to support ongoing activities across the network. Several working groups are actively preparing international grant applications.

Since 2013, the following grant external awards have been secured: (Please use the filters on the right to select awards to show based on selected options)

15 Oct 2018

S-PRAISE

Johansson MB, Swedish Population Registry for AphasIa after StrokE,  ALF-medel Clinical Research Grant, Uppsala University Hospital. 150 000 SEK, Sept 2018.

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13 Aug 2018

Transforming access to cost effective aphasia services: the Australian Aphasia Centre for Research Excellence

Linda Worrall, Miranda Rose, Leanne Togher, Tim Shaw, David Copland, Lyndsey Nickels, Erin Godecke, Marian Brady, Julie Bernhardt, Geoffrey Donnan, Dominic Cadillac, Anne Hill, Emma Power, Nina Simmons-Mackie, Deborah Hersh, Robyn O’Halloran, Transforming access to cost effective aphasia services: the Australian Aphasia Centre for Research Excellence, NHMRC, AUD $5.2million

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06 Jun 2017

Optimising stroke survivor recovery through effective goal setting practice in community based rehabilitation settings:

Optimising stroke survivor recovery through effective goal setting practice in community based rehabilitation settings: implementing research to enhance practice and improve outcomes. Dr. Lesley Scobbie 5 year Clinical Lectureship Stroke Association £173,531.

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03 Jun 2017

Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists Phase 2

Brady M, Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists Phase 2; Tavistock Trust for Aphasia.

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14 Mar 2017

BE-HEARD

Erin Godecke et al, Best Evidence: Helping Enhance Aphasia Rehabilitation using local Data (BE HEARD); NHMRC; AUS $1,494,669.40; Rejected

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17 Nov 2016

International Practice based Rehabilitation approaches for AphasIa after StrokE (I-PRAISE)

Ali M, et al. International Practice based Rehabilitation approaches for AphasIa after StrokE (I-PRAISE UK- Germany Collaboration); Wellcome Trust; £3,146,213.00; Rejected

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03 Oct 2016

International Practice-based Rehabilitation approaches for AphasIa After StrokE (I-PRAISE)

Ali M, et al, International Practice-based Rehabilitation approaches for AphasIa After StrokE (I-PRAISE), Horizon 2020; Rejected

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15 May 2016

Fatigue After Stroke: Testing the Feasibility of A Brief psychological Intervention (FAST-FAB).

Mead G, Cvoro V, Barber M, Gillespie D, Dennis M, Wu S, Carson A, Chalder T, Macleod M, Lewis S, Hackett M, Chun Y, House A, Brady MC.  Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland £89,296

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07 Mar 2016

AQUATYC

Godecke E, et al. Better national outcomes for Aphasia through QUAliTY of Care indicators informing local practices: AQUATYC; NHMRC; AUD. Rejected.

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06 Nov 2015

Practical methods for meta-analysis of continuous outcomes in stroke rehabilitation trials.

Weir C, Brady MC, Lewis S, Murray G, Langhorne P. The Stroke Association £94,411.  2 years.

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