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Purpose: The purpose of this article was to illustrate the importance of the implementation of cognitive-communication screenings in acute stroke and to discuss the need for further research on whether and how these screenings are implemented. Cognitive-communication screenings after stroke are the subject of existing practice guidelines and are supported by accumulated evidence. Method: The author uses an autoethnographic narrative-a tool founded in phenomenology-to provide an in-depthdoi:10.1044/1058-0360(2013/11-0064) pmid:23813197 fatcat:fsyu4meck5gr5bq6nm2x34eyke