A CAP for Effectiveness of Enhanced Communication Therapy
A CAP for Effectiveness of Enhanced Communication Therapy in the First Four Months for Aphasia and Dysarthria: A Randomized Controlled Trial
A Study on the Effectiveness of Communication Therapy in Patients of Stroke suffering from Aphasia and Dysarthria using Randomized Controlled Trials
In summary, the study showed there were similar outcomes between the group that received social interaction (control) and the group that received therapy from a speech-language therapist. Whereas in a within-group analysis, the therapy groups enhanced functional communication gains were similar. According to the Level of Evidence, the systematic review article is the strongest. However, this particular article is a randomized control trial design that characterized it as a Level 2 (Step 2).
Citation/s:Brown, A., Hesketh, A., Patchick, E., Young, A., Davies, L., Vail, A., Long, A., Watkins, C., Wilkinson, M., Pearl, G., Ralph, M., Tyrrell, P. Effectiveness of enhanced communication therapy in the first four months after stroke for aphasia and dysarthria: A randomized controlled trial. British Medical Journal, 2012:345:e4407. doi:10.1136/bmj.e4407
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Lead author’s name and fax: Audrey Brown [email protected]
Three-part Clinical Question: Will the patients in the first four months after stroke for aphasia and dysarthria have enhanced communications us…
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