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Young, A, Gomersall, T and Bowen, A
Trial participants' experiences of early enhanced speech and language therapy after stroke compared with employed visitor support: a qualitative study nested within a randomized controlled trial.
Clinical Rehabilitation, 27
Bowen, A, Hesketh, A, Patchick, E, Young, A, Davies, L, Vail, A, Long, A, Watkins, Caroline Leigh, Wilkinson, M, Pearl, G, Tyrrell, P and Lambon, Ralph M
Clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness and service users’ perceptions of early, well-resourced communication therapy following a stroke, a randomised controlled trial (The ACT NoW Study).
Health Technology Assessment, 16
Bowen, A, Hesketh, A, Patchick, E, Young, A, Davies, L, Vail, A, Long, A, Watkins, Caroline Leigh, Wilkinson, M, Pearl, G, Lambon Ralph, M and Tyrrell, P
Does early, enhanced speech and language therapy for people with aphasia or dysarthria after stroke add more benefit than providing support alone? The ACT NoW randomised controlled trial (Assessing Communication Therapy in the North West).
British Medical Journal
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