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Our achievements cut across quality research outputs, impacts in the field of disability (including influences on practice and policy), and awards.
A recent publication by Imms et al (2016) ‘Participation’: a systematic review of language, definitions, and constructs used in intervention research with children with disabilities’ has been readily taken up by the research community.
Listen to Peter Rosenbaum and Bernard Dan (Editors for Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology) discuss this paper and have an engaging conversation about the concept of participation and what it means for children with disability.
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