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Research update meetings

  • Are you running a research project that you would like to discuss with peers?
  • Are you doing a PhD or MSc project related to aphasia?
  • Are you interested in hearing about current research in aphasia?

The BAS research update meetings is the ideal setting to hear about the latest aphasia research and to discuss your own ongoing research.

If you have suggestions for topics for future meetings or your institution would be willing to host a meeting, please contact Lotte Meteyard at research-in-progress@bas.org.uk

 


 

2014 Research Update Meeting

 

The 2014 Research Update Meeting of the British Aphasiology Society was held at Newcastle University on Tuesday 1 April 2014.
 
The theme of the meeting was 'Digital technology and aphasia'. Click here  for a summary of this very interesting and topical programme. and here to access the PowerPoint presentations from RUM.
 

 


 

Previous Meetings

  • April 2013 - University of Exeter
  • April 2011 - Glasgow Caledonian University: Aphasia Therapy - Rehabilitation or Management?
  • April 2009 - The Centre for Speech and Language Therapy Research at University College London: Measuring Change in Aphasia.Please use the following link to access the abstracts.
  • Aprill 2008 - Reading University - Controversies in verb and sentence processing: Assessment and therapy. Please use the following link to access the programme and abstracts.
  • June 2007 - Manchester University - Semantic Memory and Comprehension Disorders. Please use the following links to access the programme and the abstracts.
  • November 2006 - Newcastle University -Verbs and Sentences. Please use the following links to access the programme and the abstracts.

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Last updated: 21st December 2013