Research in communication disorders and neurorehabilitation

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Location: Mount Lawley, WESTERN AUSTRALIA
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Project Outline:

General guide with specifics of project to be determined further:

To explore effective, timely rehabilitation options for people with communication disorders following acquired brain injury (for example stroke, traumatic brain injury); intervention efficacy, dosage, treatment fidelity, factors influencing outcomes and treatment implementation.

To explore contexts of care along the rehabilitation journey from acute through to community; client-health professional interactions and relationships; health-professional decision-making and models of care.

Supervisors are able to manage projects using a range of research perspectives and methodologies.

Project Area: Communication Disorders Research Group
Speech Pathology and Allied Health

School / Research Centre / Institute:  Communication disorders

Supervisor(s): Professor Elizabeth Armstrong, A/Prof Deborah Hersh, A/Prof Erin Godecke, Professor Natalie Ciccone

Project level: Masters, PhD

Start date: 2020

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