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Understanding cognition in aphasia from a multidisciplinary perspective: an e-survey


We would like to invite you to take part in this multidisciplinary survey because of your expertise. This survey is intended for any professional (clinicians and researchers) who works with people with aphasia. It aims to capture perceptions and practices related to the assessment of cognition.

The Collaboration of Aphasia Trialists is interested in examining cognitive issues in aphasia. Currently, there is a lack of consensus on how best to assess cognition in aphasia, and which professionals are responsible for the assessment. Ultimately, a working group will develop an international multidisciplinary consensus on the definition and assessment of cognition in aphasia.


The survey should take you a maximum of 30 minutes to complete. You may save and resume later if you are short of time.


This survey is entirely anonymous and confidential. It has been reviewed by the School of Education, Communication & Language Sciences Research Ethics Committee (Newcastle University, UK). Standard confidentiality and data storage/protection processes will apply.

Click here to read the full participant information sheet.


Thank you for considering this invitation. If you have any questions, please contact the primary investigator: Bruna Tessaro (b.tessaro2@newcastle.ac.uk).


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