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Single-subject research designs in pediatric rehabilitation: a valuable step towards knowledge translation

Synopsis of resource: Single Subject Research Design [SSRD] (also known as N-of-1 study) is a resear...

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A new era in the management of neuromuscular disorders in children and adolescents

Synopsis of resource: The former nihilistic approach to the management of patients with genetic neur...

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The ‘ouR‐HOPE’ approach for ethics and communication about neonatal neurological injury

Synopsis of resource: Communication of short and long term outcomes including comfort care in neurol...

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SCPE Reference and Training Manual (RTM)

Synopsis of resource: This online manual uses multiple modalities (including text, images, graphics ...

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Planning your rehabilitation: a practical resource for children and families having lower limb orthopedic surgery for cerebral palsy

Synopsis of resource: This resource is a booklet that addresses some of the questions that children ...

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Assessments of pain in children and adolescents with cerebral palsy: a retrospective population-based registry study

Synopsis of resource: This is a retrospective population based registry study and focuses on a rathe...

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Neurobehavior at term‐equivalent age and neurodevelopmental outcomes at 2 years in infants born moderate‐to‐late preterm

Synopsis of resource: NICU survivors who are between 32-37 weeks are almost 11% of the population &a...

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Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAMs)

Synopsis of resource The several resources are presented here – all links to CanChild’s website – in...

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Using diffusion tensor imaging to identify corticospinal tract projection patterns in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy

Synopsis of resource: Unilateral spastic CP is the most common subtype of CP characterized by motor ...

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The genetic basis of cerebral palsy

Synopsis of resource: The best evidence in CP intervention today is still limited to controlling sym...

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