Events

Please see below for a list of specialist conferences I have attended to develop my practice. 

Events

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RCSLT Bulletin, 2020

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September 2021

I will be speaking at Newcastle University for the British Aphasia Society Clinical Symposium on my research into the barriers and benefits of teletherapy for people with aphasia.

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Stroke Association
May 2021

I will be attending the Stroke Association's virtual 'Amazing Brains: The Remote Revolution' event getting the latest information on recently developed remote technologies within stroke care.

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Bulletin

2020

In 2020 the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists published my article in their Bulletin 'Will Remote Therapy Sick?', my experience of providing teletherapy during the pandemic. If you would like to read the full article please click here.

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Bas

September 2021

I will be attending the Stroke Association's virtual 'Amazing Brains: The Remote Revolution' event getting the latest information on recently developed remote technologies within stroke care.

Bas

2019

I attended the British Aphasia Society Clinical Symposium in September 2019 at The University of East Anglia. This was a 2 day event with Speech and Language Therapists sharing the latest studies within aphasia therapy including the rapidly evolving teletherapy.

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Bas

September 2021

I will be attending the Stroke Association's virtual 'Amazing Brains: The Remote Revolution' event getting the latest information on recently developed remote technologies within stroke care.

UK Stroke Forum

2018

I attended the UK Stroke Forum Conference in December 2018 at The International Centre in Telford. This was a 3 day event with a wide range of allied health professionals both clinicians and researchers speaking on providing the best stroke care. 

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Bas

September 2021

I will be attending the Stroke Association's virtual 'Amazing Brains: The Remote Revolution' event getting the latest information on recently developed remote technologies within stroke care.

RCSLT

Study Day

2017

I attended the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists Study Day on Dementia & Mental Health in London. This was a one-day event with SLT's sharing case studies and evidence based practice for advocacy, communication and swallowing. 

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Bas

September 2021

I will be attending the Stroke Association's virtual 'Amazing Brains: The Remote Revolution' event getting the latest information on recently developed remote technologies within stroke care.