Research Update Meeting, University of Reading, Thursday June 6th 2019
The Research Update Meeting is a forum to present ongoing work in aphasia. Projects can be at any stage of development or completion. The meeting is designed to be an open and friendly environment, with an audience of clinicians, students, researchers and clinical-academics. It offers the opportunity to receive feedback on ideas and to keep up-to-date on current research activities. The full programme will be advertised in April.
This event is free of charge to attend, but all attendees of BAS events (including presenters) must be members of the society. To join, please visit: https://bas.satorimm.com/
Registration is not yet open. Please keep an eye out for updates from BAS.
Call for project summaries
This year’s meeting at the University of Reading has an open theme. We welcome submissions on topics from across the spectrum of aphasia related work (assessment, rehabilitation, theoretical projects, clinically based projects, impairment, activity, participation, well-being, community projects and so on.). We also welcome submissions from projects looking beyond stroke and/or left hemisphere aphasia (e.g. progressive aphasias, right hemisphere stroke/brain injury or aphasia resulting from neurological disorders aside from stroke).
Please submit a summary of your research idea or project to this link