- Speech and language therapy for dysarthria due to nonprogressive brain damage: a systematic Cochrane reviewCameron Sellars
STEP Project and Department of Speech and Language Therapy, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, UK
Clin Rehabil 16:61-8. 2002..Impairment-based therapy and a wide variety of compensatory management strategies are undertaken by speech and language therapists with this patient population...
- Risk factors for chest infection in acute stroke: a prospective cohort studyCameron Sellars
Academic Section of Geriatric Medicine, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, UK
Stroke 38:2284-91. 2007..Pneumonia is a major cause of morbidity and mortality after stroke. We aimed to determine key characteristics that would allow prediction of those patients who are at highest risk for poststroke pneumonia...
- Comparisons between therapists' and patients' views of dysphonia: a survey studyCameron Sellars
Department of Speech and Language Therapy, Walton Building, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, G4 0SF, Scotland
Logoped Phoniatr Vocol 27:124-31. 2002..Clin Otolaryngol 1997; 22: 37-40). A close, but incomplete, match of therapists' and patients' views of dysphonia is reported and discussed...
- Volunteer Stroke Service (VSS) groups for patients with communication difficulties after stroke: a qualitative analysis of the value of groups to their usersLynn Legg
Academic Section of Geriatric Medicine, Glasgow Royal Infirmary University NHS Trust, Glasgow, and Medicine for the Elderly, Monklands Hospital, Airdrie, Scotland
Clin Rehabil 21:794-804. 2007..To identify the functions that Volunteer Stroke Service (VSS) groups fulfil for their members...
- Evidence-based stroke rehabilitationPeter Langhorne
Stroke Therapy Evaluation Programme STEP, Academic Section of Geriatric Medicine, Third Floor Centre Block, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow G4 0SF, UK
Age Ageing 31:17-20. 2002..This article describes some steps taken to develop such information based on common questions generated by clinicians...
- Characterization of effective primary voice therapy for dysphoniaCameron Sellars
Department of Otolaryngology, Glasgow University Hospitals NHS Trust, Glasgow, UK
J Laryngol Otol 116:1014-8. 2002..The method appears viable for the future comparison of the widely varying techniques current in voice therapy practice...