Acute/ Sub-acute aphasia management

Foster, A. M., Worrall, L. E., Rose, M. L., & O'Halloran, R. (2016). "I do the best I can": an in-depth exploration of the aphasia management pathway in the acute hospital setting. Disability & Rehabilitation, 38(18), 1765-1778. doi: 10.3109/09638288.2015.1107766

Foster, A. M., Worrall, L. E., Rose, M. L., & O'Halloran, R. (2015). "That doesn't translate": The role of evidence-based practice in disempowering speech pathologists in acute aphasia management. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 50(4), 547-563. doi: 10.1111/1460-6984.12155

Foster, A. M., O'Halloran, R., Rose, M. L., & Worrall, L. E. (2016). "Communication is taking a back seat": Speech pathologists' perceptions of aphasia management in acute hospital settings. Aphasiology, 30(5), 585-608. doi: 10.1080/02687038.2014.985185

Foster, A. M., Worrall, L. E., Rose, M. L., & O'Halloran, R. (2013). Turning the tide: Putting acute aphasia management back on the agenda through evidence-based practice. Aphasiology, 27(4), 420-443.doi: 10.1080/02687038.2013.770818

Worrall, L., Ryan, B., Hudson, K., Kneebone, I., Simmons-Mackie, N., Khan, A., Hoffman, T., Power, E., Togher, L., & Rose, M. (2016). Reducing the psychosocial impact of aphasia on mood and quality of life in people with aphasia and the impact of caregiving in family members through the Aphasia Action Success Knowledge (Aphasia ASK) program: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials,

Simmons-Mackie, N., Worrall, L., Murray, L., Enderby, P., Rose, M., Paek, A., & Klippi, A. (2016). “The top ten”: Best practice recommendations for aphasia. Aphasiology, early online

Power, E., Thomas, E., Worrall, L., Rose, M., Togher, L., Nickels, L., Hersh, D., Godecke, E., O’Halloran, R., Lamont, S., O’Connor, C., & Clarke, K. (2015). Development and validation of Australian aphasia rehabilitation best practice statements using the RAND/UCLA appropriateness method. British Medical Journal Open, 5,e007641. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-007641

Godecke, E., Armstrong, E., Rai, T., Middleton, S., Cicone, N., Whitworth, A., Rose, M., Holland, A., Ellery, F., Hankey, G., Cadilhac, D., & Bernhardt, J. (2016). A randomised controlled trial of Very Early Rehabilitation in Speech (VERSE) after stroke. International Journal of Stroke, 11(5), 586-592.

O’Halloran, R., Lee, S., Rose, M., & Liamputtong, P. (2014). Creating communicatively accessible healthcare settings: Perceptions of speech-language pathologists. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 16(6), 603-614.

Worrall, L., Howe, T., O'Callaghan, A., Hill, A., Rose, M., Wallace, S., Rose, T., Brown, K., Power, E., O'Halloran, R and Rohde, A. (2013). The World Report on Disability as a blueprint for international, national, and local aphasia services. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 15(1), 106-112

Community Based Aphasia management

Attard, M., Lanyon, L., Togher, L., & Rose, M. (2015).Consumer perspectives on community aphasia groups: A narrative literature review in the context of psychological well-being. Aphasiology, 29(8), 983-1019.doi: 10.1080/02687038.2015.1016888.

Carragher, M., Sage, K., & Conroy, P.  (2015). Outcomes of treatment targeting syntax production in people with Broca's-type aphasia: Evidence from psycholinguistic assessment tasks and everyday conversation. International Journal of Language and Communications Disorders, 50(3), 322-36.doi: 10.1111/1460-6984.12135.

Sekhon, J.K., Douglas, J., & Rose, M. L. (2015). Current Australian speech-language pathology practice in addressing psychological well-being in people with aphasia after stroke. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 17(3), 252-263. doi: 10.3109/17549507.2015.1024170

Carragher, M., Sage, K., & Conroy, P. (2014). Preliminary analysis from a novel treatment targeting the exchange of new information within storytelling for people with non-fluent aphasia and their partner. Aphasiology, 29(11), 1383-1408. doi: 10.1080/02687038.2014.988110

Sekine, K., Rose, M. L., Foster, A. M., Attard, M. C., &Lanyon, L. E. (2013). Gesture production patterns in aphasic discourse: In-depth description and preliminary predictions. Aphasiology, 27(9), 1031-1049.doi: 10.1080/02687038.2013.803017

Rose, M. L., Attard, M. C., Mok, Z., Lanyon, L. E., & Foster, A. M. (2013). Multi-modality aphasia therapy is as efficacious as a constraint-induced aphasia therapy for chronic aphasia: A phase 1 study. Aphasiology, 27(8), 938-971.doi: 10.1080/02687038.2013.810329

Lanyon, L., Rose, M., & Worrall, L. (2013). The efficacy of outpatient and community-based aphasia group interventions: A systematic review. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 15(4), 359-374. doi:10.3109/17549507.2012.752865

Carragher, M., Sage, K., & Conroy. P. (2013). The effects of lexical retrieval therapy for people with non-fluent aphasia: Evidence across assessment tasks and conversation. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 23(6), 846-87.doi:10.1080/09602011.2013.832335

Conroy, P., Carragher, M., &Sage, K. (2013). Evaluation of a multi-component therapy targeting sentence production in stroke survivors with Broca's-type aphasia: Evidence from linguistic assessment tasks and everyday conversations. International Journal of Stroke, 8 (3), 30.

Attard, M., Rose, M., & Lanyon, L. (2013). The comparative effects of multi-modality aphasia therapy and constraint-induced aphasia therapy-plus for severe chronic Broca's aphasia: An in-depth pilot study. Aphasiology, 27(1), 80-111. doi:10.1080/02687038.2012.725242

Carragher, M., Conroy, P., Sage, K., &Wilkinson, R. (2012). Can impairment-focused therapy change the everyday conversations of people with aphasia? A review of the literature and future directions. Aphasiology, 26(7), 895-916.doi:10.1080/02687038.2012.676164

Rose, M., Mok, Z., Carragher, M., Katthagen, S., & Attard, M. (2016). Comparing Multi-Modality and Constraint Induced treatment for aphasia. A preliminary investigation of generalisation to discourse. Aphasiology, 26(7), 895-916,10.1080/02687038.2015.1100706

Rose, M., & Attard, M. (2015). Practices and challenges in community aphasia groups in Australia: Results of a national survey. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 17(3), 241-251.

Pang, S., Mok., Z., & Rose, M. (2015). Time for change: Results of a national survey of SLP practice in CALD aphasia rehabilitation. Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech Language Pathology, 17(1), 20-26.

Kendall, D., Raymer, A., Rose., M., Gilbert, J.,Gonzalez Rothi, L. (2014). Anomia treatment platform as a behavioral engine for use in research on physiological adjuvants to neurorehabilitation. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 51(3), 391-400.

Rose, M., Ferguson, A., Power, E., Togher, L., & Worrall, L. (2014). Aphasia rehabilitation in Australia: Current practices, challenges and future directions. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 16(2), 169-180.

Rose, M. (2013). Larger sets of words are generally better in anomia treatment: Or is it longer treatment duration? Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention, 7(3), 117-119. Abstracted from Snell, C., Sage, K., & Lambon Ralph, M. (2010). How many words should we provide in anomia therapy? A meta-analysis and a case series study. Aphasiology, 24(1), 1064-1094. Early online:

Rose, M., Cherney, L., & Worrall, L. (2013). Intensive comprehensive aphasia rehabilitation programs (ICAPs): An international survey of practice. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 20(5), 379-387.

Rose, M. (2013). Releasing the constraints on aphasia therapy: The positive impact of gesture and multi-modality treatments. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 22, S227-239.

Rose, M. (2011). Non-intensive picture naming treatment is as efficacious as intensive treatment in chronic aphasia. Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention. 5(3), 156-158. Abstracted from Sage, K., Snell, C., & Lambon Ralph, M. A. (2011). How intensive does anomia therapy for people with aphasia need to be? Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 21(1), 26-41.

Boo, M. & Rose, M. (2011). The efficacy of repetition, semantic, and gesture treatments for verb retrieval and use in Broca’s aphasia. Aphasiology, 25(2), 154-175.

Chue, W., & Rose, M. (2010). The reliability of the Communication Disability Profile. A patient reported outcome measure for aphasia. Aphasiology, 24(6-8), 940-956.

Stocks, R., Dacakis, G., & Phyland, D. Rose, M. (2009). The effect of Smooth Speech on the speech production of an individual with ataxic dysarthria. Brain Injury, 23(10), 820-826

Gesture in Aphasia

Van Nispen, K., van de Sandt-Koenderman, M., Sekine, K., Krahmer, E., & Rose, M. (submitted). Part of the message comes in gesture: How information is conveyed in gesture as compared to speech by people with aphasia. American Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research

De Beer, C., Carragher, M., van Nispen, K., de Ruiter, J., Hogrefe, K., & Rose, M. (In press, accepted 14.3.2016). How much information do people with aphasia convey via gesture? American Journal of Speech Language Pathology

Rose, M., Mok, Z., & Sekine, K. (2016). The communicative effectiveness of pantomime gesture in people with aphasia. International Journal of Communication and Language Disorders, early online DOI: 10.1111/1460-6984.12268.

Rose, M. (2013). The emerging clarity of the roles of gesture in communication and intervention for people with aphasia. Aphasiology, 27(9), 1010-1014.

Rose, M., Raymer, A., Lanyon, L., & Attard, C. (2013). A systematic review of gesture treatments for post-stroke aphasia. Aphasiology, 27(9), 1090-1127.

Sekine, K., Rose, M., Foster, A., Attard, M., & Lanyon, L. (2013). Gesture production patterns in aphasic discourse: In-depth description and preliminary predictions. Aphasiology, 27(9), 1031-1049.

Sekine, K. & Rose, M. (2013). The relationship of aphasia type to gesture production in people with aphasia. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 22(4), 662-672.

Lanyon, L. & Rose, M. (2009). Do the hands have it? The facilitation effects of arm and hand          gesture on word retrieval in aphasia. Aphasiology, 23(7/8), 809-822.

Medical Interventions

Nagpal, A., Kremer, K., Hamilton-Bruce, M., Kaidonis, X., Milton, A., Levi, C., Shi, S., Carey, L., Hillier, S, Rose, M., Zacest, A., Takhar, P., & Koblar, S. (2016). TOOTH (The Open study Of dental pulp stem cell (DPSC) Therapy in Humans): Study protocol forevaluating safety and feasibility of autologous human adult stem cell therapyin patients with chronicdisability after stroke. International Journal of Stroke, 11(5), 575-585.