The inaugural Participation: Motives, Methods and Measures (P3M) symposium, hosted by the Centre for Disability and Development Research (CeDDR) and the Australian Catholic University (ACU), was held from March 14-16, 2017.
Disability Matters has recently launched their 2016 report. This report offers practical, inspiring and down to earth examples of inclusion and a range of suggestions on how to ensure that disabled children and young people are meaningfully included in the health and education services, leisure opportunities, sport and everyday activities that we all take for granted.
The Cerebal Palsy: The Six 'F-Words for CP poster is a collaboration between World CP Day and CanChild. First discussed by Dr Peter Rosenbaum and Dr Jan Willem Gorter in 2012, the ‘F-words’ focus on the six key areas of child development.
Stockholm 1-4 June 2016 Researchers from The Centre for Disability and Developmental Research (CeDDR), including co-directors Professor Christine Imms and Professor Peter Wilson, recently participated in the International Conference on Cerebral Palsy and other Childhood-Onset Disabilities, hosted in Stockholm, Sweden.
The Centre for Research Excellence (CRE) Training Lab is a training collaboration between the Centres of Research Excellence at Murdoch Childrens Research Institute. The CRE is providing a year-long episodic podcast of information to support professional development in research. Each episode features an expert in the field and presents tools and information on new topics aimed to help early to mid-career researchers, PhD and masters students.
The Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology (DMCN) podcast series aims to provide interested readers with a short video recording by study author(s). During the podcasts the author(s) describe the key points of their recently published manuscript and in particular what the study findings add to existing knowledge.
The Centre for Disability and Development Research (CeDDR) hosted the first edition of its seminar series for 2016 at the St Patrick’s campus (Melbourne) of the Australian Catholic University (ACU). CeDDR seminars provide an opportunity for collaborating researchers to showcase their current work and to invite evaluation and feedback on aspects of their projects. Throughout the year, the seminars hope to build on existing knowledge and experiences on disability and development research across multiple health disciplines.
The Australian Catholic University (ACU) has proudly launched its newest Faculty of Health Science research centre: The Centre for Disability and Development Research (CeDDR) at an official event held at the St Patrick’s (Melbourne) campus on 4 March 2016.