Understanding cognition in aphasia from a multidisciplinary perspective: an e-survey.

Posted by | Edel Dunphy | Date: 28 Apr 2021 | 08:06am

Understanding cognition in aphasia from a multidisciplinary perspective: an e-survey

Survey request from UCC.

We would like to invite you to participate in an online survey about the assessment of cognition in aphasia. It is intended for any professional that works with people with aphasia in any capacity including, for example, GPs, neurologists, nurses, occupational therapists physiotherapists, (neuro) psychologists, speech pathologists, and both those working clinically and in research. 

 

This research is a collaboration with a working group organised by the Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists (an international network of multidisciplinary aphasia researchers) to examine cognitive issues related to aphasia.

 

The survey is both voluntary and completely anonymous. If you are interested in participating, please click here or follow the link below. It should take a maximum of 30 minutes to complete (you may save and resume later if you are short of time).

 

 https://limesurvey.mq.edu.au/index.php/214917?lang=en

 

This is an international and multidisciplinary survey, please feel free to forward this invitation to any other professionals who works with people with aphasia and might be interested in participating in our survey.

 

If you have further questions about this research, please don’t hesitate to contact us at b.tessaro2@newcastle.ac.uk (Bruna Tessaro).

 

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