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2013-11-08Amount of therapy matters in very early aphasia rehabilitation after stroke: A clinical prognostic modelGodecke, E; Rai, T; Ciccone, N; Armstrong, E; Granger, A; Hankey, G
2014-03-01A comparison of aphasia therapy outcomes before and after a Very Early Rehabilitation programme following strokeGodecke, E; Ciccone, NA; Granger, AS; Rai, T; West, D; Cream, A; Cartwright, J; Hankey, GJ
2012-12-01Very early poststroke aphasia therapy: A pilot randomized controlled efficacy trialGodecke, E; Hird, K; Lalor, EE; Rai, T; Phillips, MR
2018-10-01Statistical analysis plan (SAP) for the Very Early Rehabilitation in Speech (VERSE) after stroke trial: an international 3-arm clinical trial to determine the effectiveness of early, intensive, prescribed, direct aphasia therapyGodecke, E; Rai, T; Cadilhac, DA; Armstrong, E; Middleton, S; Ciccone, N; Whitworth, A; Rose, ML; Holland, A; Ellery, F; Hankey, GJ; Bernhardt, J
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
2022-06-16Treatment fidelity monitoring, reporting and findings in a complex aphasia intervention trial: a substudy of the Very Early Rehabilitation in SpEech (VERSE) trial.Godecke, E; Brogan, E; Ciccone, N; Rose, ML; Armstrong, E; Whitworth, A; Ellery, F; Holland, A; Middleton, S; Rai, T; Hankey, GJ; Cadilhac, D; Bernhardt, J
2022-06Results of the COMPARE trial of Constraint-induced or Multimodality Aphasia Therapy compared with usual care in chronic post-stroke aphasia.Rose, ML; Nickels, L; Copland, D; Togher, L; Godecke, E; Meinzer, M; Rai, T; Cadilhac, DA; Kim, J; Hurley, M; Foster, A; Carragher, M; Wilcox, C; Pierce, JE; Steel, G
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