Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology
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Edited By: Bernard Dan and Peter Rosenbaum
Impact Factor: 3.51
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 8/120 (Pediatrics); 49/192 (Clinical Neurology)
Online ISSN: 1469-8749
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CP has traditionally been thought of as a ‘children’s condition’, but all of us who work in the field now face the sobering reality that the lives of adults with CP are not nearly as productive and healthy as they could and should be. This Virtual Issue highlights the challenges and opportunities that everyone in the field must now address with as much vigour and rigour as has been brought to the issues of infants and young children with CP in the past 50 years.
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- Activity and Exercise Therapies
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Orthopaedic Interventions in Cerebral Palsy
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Author Podcast, Benita Powrie, November 2015
Discussion of the paper: ‘The meaning of leisure for children and young people with physical disabilities: a systematic evidence synthesis'
Author Podcast, Steven Day, November 2015
Discussion of the paper: ‘Extrapolating published survival curves to obtain evidence-based estimates of life expectancy in cerebral palsy'
Author Podcast, Christine Imms, November 2015
Discussion of the paper: ‘Participation’: a systematic review of language, definitions, and constructs used in intervention research with children with disabilities'
Discussion Podcast, September 2015
Discussion of the September 2015 issue (57:9) of DMCN.
Discussion Podcast, June 2015
Discussion of the paper: 'Randomized controlled trial of web-based multimodal therapy for unilateral cerebral palsy to improve occupational performance'
Author Podcast: Lieke van Balen, May 2015
Discussion of the paper: ‘Development of postural adjustments during reaching in infants at risk for cerebral palsy from 4 to 18 months'
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