Cerebral Palsy in the 21st Century: Is there anything left to say?
Rosenbaum, Peter. (2009). Cerebral Palsy in the 21st Century: Is there anything left to say? Neuropediatrics: Journal of pediatric neurobiology, neurology and neurosurgery. 40(2), pp. 56 - 60. https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0029-1234104
In April 2009 I was honoured to be asked to present the Emil Becker Lecture at the 35th annual meeting of the German-Swiss-Austrian Society for Neuropaediatrics (Gesellschaft für Neuropädiatrie). Focusing on my interest and involvement as a clinician and researcher in cerebral palsy, I took the opportunity to look both back at the past 35 years and forward to what I believe are some of the important clinical challenges that are still to be addressed and solved in the 21st century. This paper is therefore a personal reflection rather than a comprehensive review of the literature in cerebral palsy. It is my hope that these reflections will be of interest to others.
|Keywords||cerebral palsy; health services; research|
|Journal||Neuropediatrics: Journal of pediatric neurobiology, neurology and neurosurgery|
|Journal citation||40 (2), pp. 56 - 60|
|Publisher||Georg Thieme Verlag|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0029-1234104|
|Page range||56 - 60|
|Research Group||Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research|
|Place of publication||Germany|
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