Communicating simply, but not too simply: Reporting of participants and speech and language interventions for aphasia after stroke

Brady MC, Ali M, VandenBerg K, Williams LJ, Williams LR, Abo M, Becker F, Bowen A, Brandenburg C, Breitenstein C, Bruehl S, et al. (2020)
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 22(3): 302-312.

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Brady, Marian C.; Ali, Myzoon; VandenBerg, Kathryn; Williams, Linda J.; Williams, Louise R.; Abo, Masahiro; Becker, Frank; Bowen, Audrey; Brandenburg, Caitlin; Breitenstein, Caterina; Bruehl, Stefanie; Copland, David A.
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Purpose: Speech and language pathology (SLP) for aphasia is a complex intervention delivered to a heterogeneous population within diverse settings. Simplistic descriptions of participants and interventions in research hinder replication, interpretation of results, guideline and research developments through secondary data analyses. This study aimed to describe the availability of participant and intervention descriptors in existing aphasia research datasets. Method: We systematically identified aphasia research datasets containing ≥10 participants with information on time since stroke and language ability. We extracted participant and SLP intervention descriptions and considered the availability of data compared to historical and current reporting standards. We developed an extension to the Template for Intervention Description and Replication checklist to support meaningful classification and synthesis of the SLP interventions to support secondary data analysis. Result: Of 11, 314 identified records we screened 1131 full texts and received 75 dataset contributions. We extracted data from 99 additional public domain datasets. Participant age (97.1{\%}) and sex (90.8{\%}) were commonly available. Prior stroke (25.8{\%}), living context (12.1{\%}) and socio-economic status (2.3{\%}) were rarely available. Therapy impairment target, frequency and duration were most commonly available but predominately described at group level. Home practice (46.3{\%}) and tailoring (functional relevance 46.3{\%}) were inconsistently available. Conclusion : Gaps in the availability of participant and intervention details were significant, hampering clinical implementation of evidence into practice and development of our field of research. Improvements in the quality and consistency of participant and intervention data reported in aphasia research are required to maximise clinical implementation, replication in research and the generation of insights from secondary data analysis. Systematic review registration: PROSPERO CRD42018110947.
Stichworte
aphasia; complex interventions; speech and language therapy; stroke
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology
Band
22
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
302-312
ISSN
1754-9507
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2950605

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Brady MC, Ali M, VandenBerg K, et al. Communicating simply, but not too simply: Reporting of participants and speech and language interventions for aphasia after stroke. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 2020;22(3):302-312.
Brady, M. C., Ali, M., VandenBerg, K., Williams, L. J., Williams, L. R., Abo, M., Becker, F., et al. (2020). Communicating simply, but not too simply: Reporting of participants and speech and language interventions for aphasia after stroke. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 22(3), 302-312. doi:10.1080/17549507.2020.1762000
Brady, M. C., Ali, M., VandenBerg, K., Williams, L. J., Williams, L. R., Abo, M., Becker, F., Bowen, A., Brandenburg, C., Breitenstein, C., et al. (2020). Communicating simply, but not too simply: Reporting of participants and speech and language interventions for aphasia after stroke. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 22, 302-312.
Brady, M.C., et al., 2020. Communicating simply, but not too simply: Reporting of participants and speech and language interventions for aphasia after stroke. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 22(3), p 302-312.
M.C. Brady, et al., “Communicating simply, but not too simply: Reporting of participants and speech and language interventions for aphasia after stroke”, International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, vol. 22, 2020, pp. 302-312.
Brady, M.C., Ali, M., VandenBerg, K., Williams, L.J., Williams, L.R., Abo, M., Becker, F., Bowen, A., Brandenburg, C., Breitenstein, C., Bruehl, S., Copland, D.A., Cranfill, T.B., di Pietro-Bachmann, M., Enderby, P., Fillingham, J., Galli, F.L., Gandolfi, M., Glize, B., Godecke, E., Hawkins, N., Hilari, K., Hinckley, J., Horton, S., Howard, D., Jaecks, P., Jefferies, E., Jesus, L.M., Kambanaros, M., Kang, E.K., Khedr, E.M., Pak-Hin Kong}, A., Kukkonen, T., Laganaro, M., Lambon-Ralph, M.A., Laska, A.C., Leemann, B.{\'{e}}atrice, Leff, A.P., Lima, R.R., Lorenz, A., MacWhinney, B., Marshall, R.S., Mattioli, F., Maviş, İ., Meinzer, M., Nilipour, R., No{\'{e}}, E., Paik, N.J., Palmer, R., Papathanasiou, I., Patricio, B.F., Martins, I.P.{\~{a}}o, Price, C., Jakovac, T.P., Rochon, E., Rose, M.L., Rosso, C., Rubi-Fessen, I., Ruiter, M.B., Snell, C., Stahl, B., Szaflarski, J.P., Thomas, S.A., van de Sandt-Koenderman, M., van der Meulen, I., Worrall, L., Wright, H.H.: Communicating simply, but not too simply: Reporting of participants and speech and language interventions for aphasia after stroke. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 22, 302-312 (2020).
Brady, Marian C., Ali, Myzoon, VandenBerg, Kathryn, Williams, Linda J., Williams, Louise R., Abo, Masahiro, Becker, Frank, Bowen, Audrey, Brandenburg, Caitlin, Breitenstein, Caterina, Bruehl, Stefanie, Copland, David A., Cranfill, Tamara B., di Pietro-Bachmann, Marie, Enderby, Pamela, Fillingham, Joanne, Galli, Federica Lucia, Gandolfi, Marialuisa, Glize, Bertrand, Godecke, Erin, Hawkins, Neil, Hilari, Katerina, Hinckley, Jacqueline, Horton, Simon, Howard, David, Jaecks, Petra, Jefferies, Elizabeth, Jesus, Luis Mt, Kambanaros, Maria, Kang, Eun Kyoung, Khedr, Eman M., Pak-Hin Kong}, Anthony, Kukkonen, Tarja, Laganaro, Marina, Lambon-Ralph, Matthew A., Laska, Ann Charlotte, Leemann, B{\'{e}}atrice, Leff, Alexander P., Lima, Roxele R., Lorenz, Antje, MacWhinney, Brian, Marshall, Rebecca Shisler, Mattioli, Flavia, Maviş, İlknur, Meinzer, Marcus, Nilipour, Reza, No{\'{e}}, Enrique, Paik, Nam Jong, Palmer, Rebecca, Papathanasiou, Ilias, Patricio, Brigida F., Martins, Isabel Pav{\~{a}}o, Price, Cathy, Jakovac, Tatjana Prizl, Rochon, Elizabeth, Rose, Miranda L., Rosso, Charlotte, Rubi-Fessen, Ilona, Ruiter, Marina B., Snell, Claerwen, Stahl, Benjamin, Szaflarski, Jerzy P., Thomas, Shirley A., van de Sandt-Koenderman, Mieke, van der Meulen, Ineke, Worrall, Linda, and Wright, Heather Harris. “Communicating simply, but not too simply: Reporting of participants and speech and language interventions for aphasia after stroke”. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 22.3 (2020): 302-312.

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