Publications

Articles

     2021

  • Design Thinking Workshop on the PeerPAL Research Project
    here
  • University magazine “Spektrum”
    Article on PeerPAL in the university journal“Spektrum”.
    Read the entire issue here.
  • science market in Mainz
    The PeerPAL project was presented at the Science Market in Mainz. You can find more about the lecture here.

     2020

  • Brief introduction PeerPAL
    here

(Congress) Presentations

     GAB-Conference in Cologne

At the 20th meeting of the Society for Aphasia Research and Treatment (GAB), held this year from October seventh to ninth, thePeerPAL project was presented.
The congress, which was held digitally for the first time this year due to the pandemic, was held under the motto “Communication: Language, Emotion, Cognition”. National and international research projects in the field of aphasia research were presented in numerous lectures and poster presentations. Our research team was also allowed to use the
PeerPAL project and present the current status as well as the outlook for future project phases to the professional community. The response from the professional audience was
a great interest in the topic relevant to the care of people with aphasia and the development of the research project.

     Würzburg Aphasia Days 4.2

At the Würzburg Aphasia Days 4.2 from March 25 to 27, 2022, which had to take place online again this year due to the pandemic, we were able to present our research project PeerPAL.

During the three days of the congress, the participants were able to attend many exciting lectures and workshops. The topics revolved around neurological speech and language disorders, their diagnostics & therapy and how to deal with the changed challenges in everyday life. Our lecture was entitled “When speech is lost. Possibilities of digital participation in aphasia”. Our research team had the opportunity to present the PeerPAL project and the current status as well as the outlook for the future project phases to the audience. It was particularly gratifying to see the great interest of the audience in the topic relevant to the care of people with aphasia and the further development of the research project.

We are already looking forward to hopefully being able to present the progress in our project again on site in Würzburg in the coming years and are looking forward to a personal exchange and exciting discussions with experts, affected persons and relatives.