P3M 2017: Participation motives, methods and measures
Published: Monday 6th February 2017
The Centre for Disability and Development Research (CeDDR), in collaboration with the Centre for Research Excellence – Cerebral Palsy (CRE-CP), will host its inaugural international research symposium from March 14 to 16 in Melbourne.
P3M 2017 will address complexities around the conceptualisation and measurement of participation for people with childhood disabilities. The symposium aims to bring together scholars and practitioners with an interest in the area of childhood disability and participation. P3M 2017 will provide a friendly and collegial environment to progress thinking on current issues in participation research and practice, build collaborative links around these issues, disseminate new knowledge through publications, and engage and mentor new researchers.
The symposium program includes keynotes from a variety of national and international experts as well as abstract and conceptual paper presentations from researchers in the field.
The symposium is limited to 100 delegates and tickets are selling fast. Make sure you register soon to ensure you don’t miss out. Registration will remain open until 7 March, unless sold out prior. To register visit: www.p3m2017.com