Dr Madeline Cruice
Dr Madeline Cruice
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Finding a focus for quality of life with aphasia: Social and emotional health, and psychological well-being
M Cruice, L Worrall, L Hickson, R Murison
Aphasiology 17 (4), 333-353, 2003
Quantifying aphasic people's social lives in the context of non‐aphasic peers
M Cruice, L Worrall, L Hickson
Aphasiology 20 (12), 1210-1225, 2006
Which outcomes are most important to people with aphasia and their families? An international nominal group technique study framed within the ICF
SJ Wallace, L Worrall, T Rose, G Le Dorze, M Cruice, J Isaksen, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 39 (14), 1364-1379, 2017
Measuring quality of life: Comparing family members' and friends' ratings with those of their aphasic partners
M Cruice, L Worrall, L Hickson, R Murison
Aphasiology 19 (2), 111-129, 2005
A core outcome set for aphasia treatment research: The ROMA consensus statement
SJ Wallace, L Worrall, T Rose, G Le Dorze, C Breitenstein, K Hilari, ...
International journal of stroke 14 (2), 180-185, 2019
Conceptualising quality of life for older people with aphasia
M Cruice, R Hill, L Worrall, L Hickson
Aphasiology 24 (3), 327-347, 2010
Strategies used in the pursuit of achievability during goal setting in rehabilitation
RA Barnard, MN Cruice, ED Playford
Qualitative health research 20 (2), 239-250, 2010
Perspectives of quality of life by people with aphasia and their family: Suggestions for successful living
M Cruice, L Worrall, L Hickson
Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 13 (1), 14-24, 2006
Reporting on psychological well-being of older adults with chronic aphasia in the context of unaffected peers
M Cruice, L Worrall, L Hickson
Disability and rehabilitation 33 (3), 219-228, 2011
Health-related quality of life in people with aphasia: implications for fluency disorders quality of life research
M Cruice, L Worrall, L Hickson
Journal of Fluency Disorders 35 (3), 173-189, 2010
Boston Naming Test results for healthy older Australians: A longitudinal and cross-sectional study
MN Cruice, LE Worrall, LMH Hickson
Aphasiology 14 (2), 143-155, 2000
Quality of life in aphasia: State of the art
K Hilari, M Cruice, R Sorin-Peters, L Worrall
Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica 67 (3), 114-118, 2016
Gesture and naming therapy for people with severe aphasia: A group study
J Marshall, W Best, N Cocks, M Cruice, T Pring, G Bulcock, G Creek, ...
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2012
The evidence for a life-coaching approach to aphasia
L Worrall, K Brown, M Cruice, B Davidson, D Hersh, T Howe, S Sherratt
Aphasiology 24 (4), 497-514, 2010
The contribution and impact of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health on quality of life in communication disorders
M Cruice
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 10 (1-2), 38-49, 2008
Personal factors, communication and vision predict social participation in older adults
M Cruice, L Worrall, L Hickson
Advances in Speech Language Pathology 7 (4), 220-232, 2005
A concise patient reported outcome measure for people with aphasia: The aphasia impact questionnaire 21
K Swinburn, W Best, S Beeke, M Cruice, L Smith, E Pearce Willis, ...
Aphasiology 33 (9), 1035-1060, 2019
Enhancing communication through gesture and naming therapy
A Caute, T Pring, N Cocks, M Cruice, W Best, J Marshall
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2013
Quality-of-life measurement in speech pathology and audiology
M Cruice, L Worrall, L Hickson
Asia Pacific Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing 5 (1), 1-20, 2000
Technology‐enhanced writing therapy for people with aphasia: results of a quasi‐randomized waitlist controlled study
J Marshall, A Caute, K Chadd, M Cruice, K Monnelly, S Wilson, C Woolf
International journal of language & communication disorders 54 (2), 203-220, 2019
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