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Clinical and cost effectiveness of aphasia computer therapy compared with usual stimulation or attention control long term post stroke (CACTUS)
Project title: Clinical and cost effectiveness of aphasia computer therapy compared with usual stimulation or attention control long term post stroke (CACTUS)
Call to action: 12/21 12/21 Communication therapy post-stroke
Research type: Primary Research
Chief investigator: Dr Rebecca Palmer
Lead Author: Dr Rebecca Palmer
Contractor: The University of Sheffield
Started: January 2014 | Status: Published May 2020
This intervention contributed to improvements in finding personally relevant words but did not contribute to improvements in conversation.
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