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The Right Hemisphere Language Battery
The RHLB is being widely used as a comprehensive battery to help provide a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the language and communication impairments that can arise as a result of rightExpand
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Work after stroke: focusing on barriers and enablers
Previous research on work after stroke has used quantitative methods and a medical model approach to identify factors that influence return to work. This study uses an inclusive, qualitativeExpand
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Supporting Partners of People with Aphasia in Relationships and Cconversation (SPPARC).
This paper reviews new theoretical and practical developments in working with partners of people with aphasia and describes the development of a clinician's resource entitled 'SPPARC: SupportingExpand
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Implementing and evaluating aphasia therapy targeted at couples' conversations: A single case study
Background: In recent years conversation has become an area of interest for aphasia therapy, with several studies using conversation analysis (CA) to target and evaluate therapy. Most of theseExpand
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The social reproduction of institutionalracism: internationally recruited nursesâexperiences of the British health services
In an increasingly competitive global labour market, more countries with nursing shortages are recruiting from abroad. The UK is no exception. However, little research has been conducted into theExpand
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Language of the Elderly: A Clinical Perspective
These changes alter the way in which elderly people communicate. Human communication skills demand the synergy of voice, speech, language and cognition . Voice is a result of the transformation ofExpand
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Therapy using conversation analysis: helping couples adapt to aphasia in conversation.
This study focuses on the assessment and treatment of the conversations of a couple where one partner has aphasia. The assessment and treatment, informed by conversation analysis, are described, andExpand
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Overseas nurses’ motivations for working in the UK
This article addresses the theoretical integration of macro and micro dimensions of global workforce migration, detailing overseas nurses’motivations for working in the UK. The discussion is based onExpand
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Language prosody and the right hemisphere
Abstract Groups of right hemisphere damaged, left hemisphere damaged aphasic and normal control subjects were assessed on a series of tests designed to examine discrimination and production ofExpand
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PARTICIPATORY EVALUATION: NAVIGATING THE EMOTIONS OF PARTNERSHIPS
This paper describes the processes involved in evaluating a Sure Start programme in one inner city area. The evaluation was set up in the spirit of participatory action research in which theExpand
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