Finn logoped

Finn logoped

Søkefunksjonen "Finn Logoped"

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Nyhetsbrev fra ESLA

Nyhetsbrev fra ESLA

Vedlagt følger nyhetsbrev fra ESLA

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ICS Australia konferanse 15 - 17.08.22

ICS Australia konferanse 15 - 17.08.22

ICS AUSTRALIA IS OFFERING 3-FOR-2 REGISTRATIONS END OF FINANCIAL YEAR PROMO TO ATTEND ANY OF THE FOLLOWING: 2022 National First Nations Mental Health Conference - Hilton Cairns August 15-17, 2022 2022 National First Nations NDIS & Allied Health Conference - Hilton Cairns August 15-17, 2022 2022 National Indigenous Suicide Prevention Conference - Hilton Cairns August 15-17, 2022 15th National Indigenous STOP Domestic Violence Conference - Hilton Cairns December 14-16, 2022 2022 Indigenous Wellness & Healing Conference - Hilton Cairns December 14-16, 2022 12th First Nations Women`s Health Conference - Hilton Cairns December 14-16, 2022 12th First Nations Men`s Wellbeing Conference - Hilton Cairns December 14-16, 2022 TO REGISTER, please choose your desired event and complete the online form at this link: https://www.indigenoushealth.net/

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CEPLIs´Recommandations

CEPLIs´Recommandations

Informasjon og anbefaling fra ESLA angående situasjonen i Ukraina

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CATs Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists

CATs Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists

Det er startet en studie i mer enn 50 land av Collobiration of Aphaisa Trialists (CATs). “Developing and coordinating collaborative aphasia research” Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists International Survey of SLT Services for Aphasia following Stroke This publication is supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) COST is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020 CATs* International Survey of SLT Services for Aphasia following stroke We would like to ask you to fill in this form providing information about aphasia treatment where you work. This is to give us an idea of what services are currently available for people with aphasia following stroke in all our member and other countries. Your participation will result in a report about differences and similarities in daily practice concerning the treatment settings for aphasic patients. We will collate this information. The final result may contribute to an international standard of minimal requirements of an adequate rehabilitation of aphasic patients, achievable in the different countries. Also we will contrast the data with evidence based treatment recommendations. You have been sent this information by a member of the Association which is connected with the services of Speech-Language therapy in your country. You can send the survey directly to me: Mathilde Tucker, a master’s student of Speech and Language Pathology at Nijmegen University, guided by Dr. Evy Visch-Brink, Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam and Dr. Femke Nouwens, Rijndam Rehabilitation Center Rotterdam. I will not know the identity of the people filling in the survey. No analysis of the information will be reported by country. Completion of the survey will be taken as consent to take part in the research. Results of the survey will be fed back to you. To complete the survey, click on the box next to an item you wish to select. To un-select the item, click on it again. Please be sure to fill in all pages and re-save as a word document and email to your country CATs member below. Contact email: mathilde.tucker@ru.nl. Thank you for your help! If you are missing information or you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Dutch CATs Management Committee Members, Working Group 4 Intervention FNouwens@rijndam.nl or e.visch-brink@erasmusmc.nl

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Afasidagene 2022

Afasidagene 2022

Statped arrangerer Afasidagene 10 - 11. november 2022.

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