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Say Aphasia Jun 16
Having aphasia requires having a lot of speech therapy to help relearn how to speak and find new ways of communicating.⁠ ⁠ To learn more visit
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Inga Mehrani 12 Jul 18
Just in time before my PhD submission. The first paper of my thesis is published and available online. Enjoy the read!
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Emma Pilkington 6 Sep 18
A new paper from my PhD on Jargon aphasia and nonword production. Take away point: providing phonology to support production not necessarily helpful for these participants. Free access for the first 50 days so download now!
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Emma Pilkington 27 Aug 18
Bank holiday weekend done right with this line up (SLTs, Neurologist, computer scientist and a bit of biochemistry thrown in) 🧠
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Emma Pilkington 6 Dec 18
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Aphasia Trialists Nov 9
How can you collect data during COVID19? See examples of quantitative and qualitative data collection in aphasia research on our newly updated CATs website
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Serena Lo 14 Aug 18
how many figures = too many figures? 🤔 (I have a sense that this is likely way too many! 😅)
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Adult SLT 8 May 19
Profound impact of on social wellbeing, effects of and even likelihood of death.
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Victoria Jones 29 Nov 18
A person centred approach involves taking culture into consideration
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Inga Mehrani 14 Sep 17
Pretty exciting!!! But will clicking the submit button ever get easier??
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UofSC Communication Sciences and Disorders Feb 27
Communication sciences and disorders doctoral student leads development of top 10 paper - Arnold School of Public Health | University of South Carolina
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Aphasia Trialists Nov 12
Want information on disseminating your during COVID19? See examples of how to prepare for virtual conferences and virtual PhD vivas on the newly updated CATs website
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Chris Emsley SLT 19 Sep 19
Brilliant presentations today from service users, researchers and students on the goings on in current . Highlighted the importance of service users perspectives on planning intervention
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Martyne May 30 Apr 19
Is there a database of current trials that people with aphasia access?
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Dr. Ciara Shiggins 11 Sep 15
Hilari, K discussing themes that emerged from data that influence quality of life
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Judith Kistner 28 May 14
Want to be part of ? Consider taking part in this 20min online study of @Enna468 THANKS!!
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Friends Of Aphasia May 15
This week at the (virtual) Aphasia Center of Tucson… A great presentation by Dr. Aneta Kielar, helpful information about no tie shoes, interesting conversation, and humor.
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Aine Kearns SLT 14 Dec 16
Marion Brady at notes we need to be careful about using social support as a 'comparator' in
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Talia 20 Feb 18
Recruiting participants with/experts on aphasia to discuss their experiences using technology and views on melodic intonation therapies!
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Ellyn Riley 19 Jun 17
Public radio interview I did this week about aphasia.
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