Conference presentations

Sekhon, J.K., Oates, J.; Kneebone, I.; Rose, M. L (Aug, 2016). Psychological care of people with aphasia and their families: The speech pathologists role in collaborative practice. Oral presentation at the Smart Strokes National Conference, Canberra, Australia.

Foster, A., Worrall, L., Rose, M., & O'Halloran, R. (2015, May 20). "Communication's taking a back seat": A qualitative meta-synthesis examining the factors influencing aphasia management in the acute hospital setting. Paper presented at the Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Canberra, Australia.

Rose, M., Foster, A., Lanyon, L., & Attard, M. (2015, May 18). Key issues in provision of community aphasia groups in Australia: Evidence from national speech pathology focus groups. Paper presented at the Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Canberra, Australia.

Sekhon, J.K., Douglas, J., & Rose, M. L (2015, May 18). Speech pathologist (SP), people with aphasia (PWA) and service attributes that may affect SP practice in addressing psychological well-being in PWA After Stroke. Paper presented at the Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Canberra, Australia.

Lanyon, L., Rose, M., & Worrall, L. (2015, May 18). What does it take for people with severe aphasia to successfully engage in a group? People with aphasia share their expertise. Paper presented at the Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Canberra, Australia.

Foster, A., Lanyon, L., & Knox, L. (2015, April 30). "I'm still a person…and I have an opinion": Novice researchers' experiences of engaging with people with communication impairments within a social constructivist paradigm. Paper presented at Qualitative Methods Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Baker, C., Worrall, L., Rose, M., Hudson, K., & Ryan, B. (2015, February 27). Translating stepped care for low mood in aphasia rehabilitation.  Oral presentation at the St Vincent's Speech Pathology Subacute Forum, Melbourne, Australia.

Baker, C., Worrall, L., Rose, M., Hudson, K., & Ryan, B. (2014, November 26). Translating stepped care for mood in aphasia rehabilitation in Australia.  Oral presentation at The University of Queensland Postgraduate Research Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Foster, A., O'Halloran, R., Rose, M.,& Worrall, L. (2014, November26). "That doesn't translate": Evidence-based practice and the disempowerment of speech pathologists in acute aphasia management. Paper presented at the Post-graduate Research Conference, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

Lanyon, L., Rose, M., & Worrall, L. (2014, September 30). Two sides to every coin: Perspectives on community aphasia groups. Paper presented at the Aphasia Symposium of Australia, Perth, Australia.

Rose, M., Foster, A., Lanyon, L., & Attard, M. (2014, September30). An in-depth exploration of speech pathologists' beliefs and practices in community aphasia groups. Paper presented at the Aphasia Symposium of Australia, Perth, Australia.

Foster, A., Worrall, L., Rose, M., & O'Halloran, R. (2014, September30). Speech pathologists' experiences in acute aphasia management and perceptions of the factor that influence their practice. Paper presented at the Aphasia Symposium of Australia, Perth, Australia.

Rose, M.,Mok, Z., Attard, M., Katthagen, S., Lanyon, L., &Foster, A. (2014, May28). The thorny issue of choosing outcome measures for aphasia therapy trials: A comparison of discourse and aphasia battery outcomes following Multi-modality and Constraint Induced aphasia therapy. Paper presented at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference, St Simon's Island, Georgia, USA.

Sekhon, J.K., Douglas, J., &Rose, M. L (2014, May 12). Current Australian speech-language pathology practice in addressing psychological well-being in people with aphasia after stroke. Paper presented at the Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Melbourne, Australia.