BAS Conference @ Reading University, 2011

This year’s British Aphasiology Society (BAS; http://www.bas.org.uk/) conference at Reading University has now finished so it seems prudent to reflect on what I’ve (we’ve) gained from this experience. This is important in order to make sure that the ‘take home’ messages contained within the diverse range of presentations and posters extend beyond the three days of the conference itself and can be incorporated into my (our) future research and perhaps more importantly clinical workings with people/persons with aphasia (PWA).

Given that different people will take different things away from the conference I’ll continue to post my own personal highlights from across the 3 days.

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About chrissp1980
Currently a lecturer in speech pathology in North Queensland, Australia. I'm lecturing in acquired disorders of speech and language and also attempting to enthuse students in conducting clinically-relevant projects using principles of Evidence-Based Practice. Wish me luck!

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