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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

Comparison choice bias and trials of speech and language therapy for aphasia – some methodological considerations

Marian Brady; Jon Godwin; Helen Kelly; Pam Enderby; Andrew Elders; Pauline Campbell. Comparison choice bias and trials of speech and language therapy for aphasia – some methodological considerations; Presented at IARC 2018, Averio, Portugal.  

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05 Sep 2018

TIDieR descriptions of speech and language therapy interventions for people with aphasia

Miranda Rose; Myzoon Ali, et al on behalf of the RELEASE CollaborationTIDieR descriptions of speech and language therapy interventions for people with aphasia; consensus from the RELEASE Collaboration; 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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05 Sep 2018

Who participates in aphasia research?

Myzoon Ali; Andrew Elders at el on behalf of the RELEASE Collaboration. Who participates in aphasia research? An analysis of the REhabilitation and recovery of peopLE with Aphasia after StrokE (RELEASE) dataset; presented at IARC 2018; Aveiro, Portugal.  

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15 Mar 2017

SLT for aphasia after stroke

Brady M.  SLT for aphasia after stroke, Best Practice Day March 2017, Glasgow UK.

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09 Feb 2017

Asset-based approaches for stroke survivors with aphasia and their families: promoting and sustaining well-being in the long-term

S Horton, G Pearl, V Soskolne, Olenik D, L Haaland-Johansen, J Isaksen, C Jagoe, C Shiggins, Asset-based approaches for stroke survivors with aphasia and their families: promoting and sustaining well-being in the long-term, Presented at the CATs Conference 2017, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Feb 2017

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09 Feb 2017

How can the home environment enhance functional communication learning? A study of routine early supported discharge rehabilitation for people with aphasia

C Shiggins, S Horton, How can the home environment enhance functional communication learning? A study of routine early supported discharge rehabilitation for people with aphasia; Presented at the CATs Conference 2017, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Feb 2017

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09 Feb 2017

Results of an international consensus meeting to develop a core outcome set for aphasia treatment research

SJ Wallace, L Worrall, T Rose, G Le Dorze, and M Cruice., Results of an international consensus meeting to develop a core outcome set for aphasia treatment research, Presented at the CATs Conference 2017, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Feb 2017

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09 Feb 2017

Establishing a consensus on an updated definition of aphasia

K Berg, L Worrall, Establishing a consensus on an updated definition of aphasia, Presented at the CATs Conference 2017, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Feb 2017

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