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2016-01-01A randomized controlled trial of very early rehabilitation in speech after strokeGodecke, E; Armstrong, EA; Rai, T; Middleton, S; Ciccone, N; Whitworth, A; Rose, M; Holland, A; Ellery, F; Hankey, GJ; Cadilhac, DA; Bernhardt, J
2017-07-25Treatment for people with chronic aphasia – Investigation of high and low intensity, constraint and multimodal treatmentsPierce, JE; Foster, A; Hurley, M; O’Halloran, R; Rose, M; Nickels, L; Togher, L; Meinzer, M; Copland, D; Rai, T; Godecke, E; Joosup, K; Cadilhac, D
2017-07-25Treatment for people with chronic aphasia – Investigation of high and low intensity, constraint and multimodal treatmentsPierce, JE; Foster, A; Hurley, M; O’Halloran, R; Rose, M; Nickels, L; Togher, L; Meinzer, M; Copland, D; Rai, T; Godecke, E; Joosup, K; Cadilhac, D
2016-05-13COMPARE: A randomised controlled trial comparing constraint-induced and multi-modal aphasia therapy to usual care in people with chronic aphasiaRose, M; Copland, D; Nickels, L; Togher, L; Meinzer, M; Rai, T; Godecke, E; Pierce, J; Foster, A; Hurley, M
2016-05-18Therapy fidelity in the Very Early Rehabilitation in SpEech (VERSE) aphasia after stroke randomised controlled trial (RCT): Lessons learned and progress to dateGodecke, E; Armstrong, E; Ciccone, N; Middleton, S; Rai, T; Holland, A; Whitworth, A; Rose, M; Ellery, F; Cadilhac, D; Hankey, G; Bernhardt, J
2017-07-25Treatment for people with chronic aphasia – Investigation of high and low intensity, constraint and multimodal treatmentsRai, T; Pierce, JE; Foster, A; Hurley, M; O’Halloran, R; Rose, M; Nickels, L; Togher, L; Meinzer, M; Copland, D; Godecke, E; Joosup, K; Cadilhac, D; Cadilhac, D
2016-07-17Trial status and recruitment: Very Early Rehabilitation in SpEech (VERSE) after stroke trialGodecke, E; Armstrong, E; Middleton, S; Rai, T; Ciccone, N; Holland, A; Whitworth, A; Rose, M; Ellery, F; Cadilhac, D; Hankey, G; Bernhardt, J
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