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2015-11-30Evaluating the Liverpool Care Pathway for care of the terminally ill in rural AustraliaWilkinson, AM; Johnson, CE; Walker, H; Colgan, V; Arnet, H; Rai, T
2018-10-17Very Early Rehabilitation in Speech (VERSE) A Prospective, Randomised, Controlled, Trial, Open-Label, Blinded-Endpoint Trial in Patients With Aphasia Following Acute StrokeGodecke, E; Armstrong, E; Rai, T; Middleton, S; Ciccone, N; Rose, M; Holland, A; Whitworth, A; Ellery, F; Hankey, G; Cadilhac, D; Bernhardt, J
2016-05-15Very Early Rehabilitation in SpEech (VERSE) after stroke: trial status and recruitmentGodecke, E; Armstrong, E; Ciccone, N; Middleton, S; Rai, T; Holland, A; Ellery, F; Cadilhac, D; Whitworth, A; Rose, M; Hankey, G; 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
2017-07-01Inside Out: Detecting Learners' Confusion to Improve Interactive Digital Learning EnvironmentsArguel, A; Lockyer, L; Lipp, OV; Lodge, JM; Kennedy, G
2016-05-03Constraint-induced aphasia therapy (CIAT): a randomised controlled trial in very early stroke rehabilitationCiccone, N; West, D; Cream, A; Cartwright, J; Rai, T; Granger, A; Hankey, GJ; Godecke, E
2015-09Stroke 2015, Combined 26th ASM of the Stroke Society of Australasia and 11th Australasian Nursing & Allied Health Stroke Conference SMART STROKES, Melbourne, Australia.-
2019-05-22Fewer but Longer Treatment Sessions for Aphasia Are Associated with Better Recovery in The Very Early Rehabilitation in Speech (Verse) Clinical Trial CohortRai, T; Godecke, E; Armstrong, E; Cadilhac, D; Ciccone, N; Rose, M; Holland, A; Whitworth, A; Ellery, F; Hankey, G; Middleton, S; Bernhardt, J; Norrving, B
2018-04-01Control and involvement HR practices in Indian call centres: still searching for answersAnanthram, S; Teo, STT; Connell, J; Bish, A
2016-08-26Progress On Compare: 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; Kim, J; Cadilhac, D; Pierce, J; Foster, A; Hurley, M
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