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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

Funding Awards, Working Group 3 Projects
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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.

Funding Awards, Working Group 3 Projects
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19 Oct 2015

Definition of Aphasia

Team: Linda Worrall, Karianne Berg

Working Group 5 Projects
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01 Oct 2015

Aphasia telerehabilitation early post stroke [PhD Fellowship]

Team: Hege Prag Øra, Frank Becker, Melanie Kirmess, Marian Brady Funder: Regional Health Trust South East Norway, full time grant for equivalent of 3 years FTE. Start: 1st Aug 2015 End 31st July 2019 (over 4 years)

Working Group 3 Projects, Working Group 4 Projects
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16 Sep 2015

UK Population Registry for AphasIa after Stroke (PRAISE-UK)

Ali M, et al. UK Population Registry for AphasIa after Stroke (PRAISE-UK); NIHR; £866,658; Rejected

Funding Awards, Working Group 3 Projects
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03 Sep 2015

CATs Adaptation (Norwegian)

“For the adaptation of the CAT into Norwegian, we have prepared first versions of all subtests, with suggetsions for possible items. They will be further decided upon through a two-step-process: 1) through a complemtary imageability study of the words (to fill in those words that are not already included in our imageability database) and 2)…

Working Group 2 Projects
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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

Presentations, Working Group 5 Projects
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01 Jan 2015

RELEASE: Rehabilitation and recovery of people with Aphasia after stroke: Utilizing secondary data to enhance speech and language therapy interventions for people with aphasia after stroke

Lead: Marian Brady   Background: Aphasia, a language problem associated with stroke-related damage to the brain, occurs in approximately 50,600 people in the UK every year.  People with aphasia have difficulty speaking, understanding speech, reading and writing. Speech and language therapy for aphasia after stroke has benefit. However, therapists need better information to inform their choice…

Working Group 3 Projects, Working Group 4 Projects
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10 Nov 2014

CATs Adaptation (French)

We have adapted the “Language Part” of the CAT. We carried out this adaptation taking into account phonological and lexical properties of items in order to follow the same principles that underlie the design of the English version of the CAT. In particular, we controlled for word frequency, word and nonword length (in terms of…

Working Group 2 Projects
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04 Nov 2014

Ongoing Research Titles: Cross-linguistic adaptations of the Comprehensive Aphasia Test (CAT)

As a first step in meeting the needs for comparable assessment tools across the languages of Europe and thus paving the way for more robust research on aphasia and aphasia rehabilitation, this project aims to adapt the Comprehensive Aphasia Test (CAT) (Swinburn, Porter, and Howard, 2005) into as many European languages as possible. Once completed,…

Working Group 2 Projects
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