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28 Jan 2016

Edinburgh Aphasia Interest Group

Brady M. Edinburgh Aphasia Interest Group, January 28th 2016

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11 Sep 2015

Clinical guidelines for aphasia in stroke management in Scandinavia

Haaland-Johansen et al: Clinical guidelines for aphasia in stroke management in Scandinavia, British Aphasiology Society Biennial International Conference 2015, University College London, UK

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11 Sep 2015

Variation and changes in code switching in multilingual aphasia

Knoph et al: Variation and changes in code switching in multilingual aphasia, British Aphasiology Society Biennial International Conference 2015, University College London, UK

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11 Sep 2015

Top 10 research priorities relating to long-term aphasia

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

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15 Aug 2015

Aphasia Symposium Stroke

Brady M. Aphasia Symposium Stroke 2015 August 2015, Melbourne, Australia.

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15 Jun 2015

The impact of verb retrieval therapy in a bilingual speaker with fluent aphasia

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

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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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06 Mar 2015

Researchers’ and practitioners’ views of participation and quality of life in aphasia – Data from focus group and the Danish CCLIPA project

Isaksen J, Researchers’ and practitioners’ views of participation and quality of life in aphasia – Data from focus group and the Danish CCLIPA project, Presented at the CATs Conference 2015, London, UK, Mar 2015

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06 Mar 2015

Aphasia research: Too many outcomes?

Brady M, Aphasia research: Too many outcomes? Presented at the CATs Conference 2015, London, UK, Mar 2015

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06 Mar 2015

Participation in research: The impact and value of involving people with aphasia in RCTs

Pearl G, Participation in research: The impact and value of involving people with aphasia in RCTs, Presented at the CATs Conference 2015, London, UK, Mar 2015

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