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					Dr Deborah Hersh
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      Hersh, D. (2009). Moving on: Stories of leaving aphasia therapy. Invited keynote for the Aphasia NZ
       Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 21- 23 October.

      Worrall, L., Davidson, B., Hersh, D., Ferguson, A., Howe, T., & Sherratt, S. (2009). Meeting the needs
       of people with aphasia, their families and speech-language pathologists: Tensions in the goal-setting
       process. Paper presented at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Keystone, Colorado, May 26-30.

      Worrall, L., Davidson, B., Hersh, D., Ferguson, A., Howe, T., & Sherratt, S. (2009). What do people
       with aphasia and their families want? Introducing the Goals in Aphasia Protocol (GAP). Speech
       Pathology Australia National Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 17-21 May.

      Sherratt, S. & Hersh, D. (2009). “You feel like family…” Negotiating the balance of professional
       boundaries within social approaches and group work for chronic aphasia. Speech Pathology Australia
       National Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 17-21 May.

      Hersh, D. (2009). Unpacking the Discharge Process. Invited keynote for the Stroke Services New
       South Wales and Hunter Stroke Service Speech Pathology Forum. John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle,
       Australia, 13 March.

      Sherratt, S., Worrall, L., Davidson, B., Hersh, D., Howe, T., & Ferguson, A. (2008). People with
       aphasia, family members and speech pathologists: Their needs and goals during rehabilitation. Paper
       presented at the Hunter New England Health Speech Pathology Regional Meeting: Research up-dates
       in stroke and aphasia, Newcastle, Australia, 21 October.

      Hersh, D. (2008). Talkback and group approaches for aphasia in the community. Invited talk given to
       Speech Pathologists in Adult Rehabilitation Interest Group, Repatriation General Hospital, Adelaide,
       Australia, 16 October.

      Hersh, D., Sherratt, S., Howe, T., Worrall, L., Davidson, B. & Ferguson, A. (2008). Goals in aphasia
       therapy: what are they, how do we set them and how do we score? Aphasia Symposium of Australia,
       University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 2-3 October.

      Hersh, D. (2008). Mismatches of goals between speech pathologists and their clients with aphasia.
       Invited talk given to staff at Repatriation General Hospital, Australia, 10 September.

      Hersh, D. (2008). Breaking the Connection: Why is it so difficult to talk about discharge with our
       clients with aphasia? New Zealand Speech-Language Therapists Association/Speech Pathology
       Australia Joint Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 25-29 May.

      Hersh, D., Worrall L., Howe, T., Sherratt, S., Davidson, B. & Ferguson, A. (2008). Reflecting on
       Connections between Clinicians and Clients during Goal-Setting in Aphasia Rehabilitation: How Close
       are They? New Zealand Speech-Language Therapists Association/Speech Pathology Australia Joint
       Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 25-29 May.

      Davidson, B., Worrall, L., Hersh, D., Ferguson, A., Howe, T., Sherratt, S. & Gilbert, J. (2007). Family
       members‟ goals for aphasia rehabilitation. British Aphasiology Society Biennial International
       Conference, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 9-12 September.

      Worrall, L., Davidson, B., Ferguson, A., Hersh, D., Howe, T. & Sherratt, S. (2007). What people with
       aphasia want: towards person-centred goal setting in aphasia rehabilitation. ASHA (American Speech-
       Language-Hearing Association) Annual Convention, Boston MA, USA, 15-17 November.
   Worrall, L., Hersh, D., Howe, T., Davidson, B., Ferguson, A. & Sherratt, S. (2007). What people with
    aphasia want: Toward person-centered goal-setting in aphasia rehabilitation. Paper presented at the
    Living successfully with aphasia: Intervention, evaluation and evidence conference, Toronto, Canada,
    19-20 September.

   Worrall, L, Davidson, B, Hersh, D, Ferguson, A, Howe, T & Sherratt, S (2007). Aphasia
    Rehabilitation: Identifying the Goals of People with Aphasia. 5 th Asia Pacific Conference on Speech,
    Language and Hearing, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 9-13 July.

   Hersh, D & Worrall, L. (2006). Beginning to teach the end: the importance of including discharge from
    aphasia therapy in the curriculum. 12th Aphasiology Symposium of Australia, Macquarie University,
    Sydney, Australia, 30 November-1 December.

   Hersh, D (2003). Weaning our clients with aphasia from therapy. University of Hong Kong. 26
    February.

   Hersh, D (2002). The Co-construction of the Discharge Process. 10th International Aphasia
    Rehabilitation Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 24-26 July.

   Hersh, D (2002). Ethics and Treatment Termination: Speech Pathologists‟ Views of Ending Aphasia
    Therapy. Australian Bioethics Association Conference, Adelaide, Australia. 14 February.

   Hersh, D (2001). Accessing the Experiences of People with Aphasia through Interviews. Memory and
    History Seminar, Oral History Association of Australia, Adelaide, Australia, 3 November.

   Hersh, D (2001). „Weaning our Patients‟: Strategies that Speech Pathologists Use to Discharge People
    from Aphasia Therapy. Ninth Aphasiology Symposium of Australia, Flinders University, Adelaide,
    Australia, 21-22 September.

   Hersh, D (2001). Positive Changes for People with Aphasia. Keynote Address to Speaking Out: a
    Conference for People with Aphasia, Second Annual Conference of the Australian Aphasia
    Association, Sydney, Australia, 6-7 September.

   Hersh, D (2001). Experiences of Ending Aphasia Therapy. Royal College of Speech and Language
    Therapists Annual Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom. 17-19 April.

   Hersh, D (2000). An Equal Share? Shared Decision-Making towards Discharge from Aphasia Therapy.
    Eighth Aphasiology Symposium of Australia, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW, Australia. 24-25
    November.

   Braunack-Mayer, A & Hersh, D (2000). An Ethical Voice in the Silence of Aphasia: Judging
    Understanding and Consent in Aphasic Patients. Australian Bioethics Association/Australian Institute
    of Health, Law and Ethics Conference, Sydney, Australia. 6 July.

   Hersh, D & Braunack-Mayer, A (2000). Uninformed about Informed Consent? Ethical Issues and
    Informed Consent in Aphasia Research. Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Adelaide,
    Australia. 9 May.

				
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