Katerina Hilari
Katerina Hilari
Professor, LCS, City, University of London
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Stroke and aphasia quality of life scale-39 (SAQOL-39) evaluation of acceptability, reliability, and validity
K Hilari, S Byng, DL Lamping, SC Smith
Stroke 34 (8), 1944-1950, 2003
4902003
The impact of stroke: are people with aphasia different to those without?
K Hilari
Disability and rehabilitation 33 (3), 211-218, 2011
2652011
What are the important factors in health-related quality of life for people with aphasia? A systematic review
K Hilari, JJ Needle, KL Harrison
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 93 (1), S86-S95. e4, 2012
2632012
Psychological distress after stroke and aphasia: the first six months
K Hilari, S Northcott, P Roy, J Marshall, RD Wiggins, J Chataway, D Ames
Clinical rehabilitation 24 (2), 181-190, 2010
2182010
Social support in people with chronic aphasia
K Hilari, S Northcott
Aphasiology 20 (1), 17-36, 2006
2012006
Predictors of health-related quality of life (HRQL) in people with chronic aphasia
K Hilari, R Wiggins, P Roy, S Byng, S Smith
Aphasiology 17 (4), 365-381, 2003
1692003
Proxy and self-report agreement on the Stroke and Aphasia Quality of Life Scale-39
K Hilari, S Owen, SJ Farrelly
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 78 (10), 1072-1075, 2007
1672007
Why do people lose their friends after a stroke?
S Northcott, K Hilari
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 46 (5), 524-534, 2011
1662011
A systematic review of the impact of stroke on social support and social networks: associated factors and patterns of change
S Northcott, B Moss, K Harrison, K Hilari
Clinical rehabilitation 30 (8), 811-831, 2016
1552016
Health‐related quality of life in people with severe aphasia
K Hilari, S Byng
International journal of language & communication disorders 44 (2), 193-205, 2009
1432009
Psychometric properties of the Stroke and Aphasia Quality of Life Scale (SAQOL-39) in a generic stroke population
K Hilari, DL Lamping, SC Smith, S Northcott, A Lamb, J Marshall
Clinical rehabilitation 23 (6), 544-557, 2009
1222009
Measuring quality of life in people with aphasia: the Stroke Specific Quality of Life Scale
K Hilari, S Byng
International journal of language & communication disorders 36 (sup1), 86-91, 2001
1202001
Aphasia blog talk: How does stroke and aphasia affect a person’s social relationships?
D Fotiadou, S Northcott, A Chatzidaki, K Hilari
Aphasiology 28 (11), 1281-1300, 2014
812014
The relationship between childhood sexual abuse, complex post-traumatic stress disorder and alexithymia in two outpatient samples: Examination of women treated in community and …
LM McLean, B Toner, J Jackson, M Desrocher, N Stuckless
Journal of child sexual abuse 15 (3), 1-17, 2006
752006
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
742019
Evaluating the benefits of aphasia intervention delivered in virtual reality: results of a quasi-randomised study
J Marshall, T Booth, N Devane, J Galliers, H Greenwood, K Hilari, ...
PloS one 11 (8), e0160381, 2016
602016
Reviewing the quality of discourse information measures in aphasia
M Pritchard, K Hilari, N Cocks, L Dipper
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 52 (6), 689-732, 2017
562017
Quality of life in aphasia: Greek adaptation of the stroke and aphasia quality of life scale-39 item (SAQOL-39)
A Kartsona, K Hilari
Eura Medicophys 43 (1), 27-35, 2007
532007
Gender differences in health-related quality of life following total laryngectomy
MT Lee, S Gibson, K Hilari
International journal of language & communication disorders 45 (3), 287-294, 2010
522010
What factors predict who will have a strong social network following a stroke?
S Northcott, J Marshall, K Hilari
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 59 (4), 772-783, 2016
512016
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