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Posters

In 2016 AusACPDM will have both hard copy and digital posters available to view.

1. SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTIONS TO IMPROVE GROSS MOTOR CAPACITY AND PERFORMANCE IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH AN ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY
Emmah Baque

2. A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF SPINAL SURGERY FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Sarah Carman

3. USE OF A PROTOCOL FEASIBILITY STUDY TO OPTIMIZE THE DESIGN OF A PAEDIATRIC WALKAIDE® RCT FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Kerry Evans 

4. A DECADE OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES CEREBRAL PALSY REGISTER
Shona Goldsmith 

5. IMPACT OF VISUAL PERCEPTION ON UPPER-LIMB MOTOR PERFORMANCE IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Leanne Johnston

6. TYPICAL ORAL MEDICATION PRESCRIBING PATTERNS OF REHABILITATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL PAEDIATRIC SPECIALISTS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF DYSTONIC CEREBRAL PALSY
Adrienne Harvey 

7. THE ART AND SCIENCE OF REAL WORLD TRANSITIONS
Amy Hogan 

8. INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN THERAPY FOR MANAGEMENT OF SPASTICITY: 5-YEAR DATA FROM THE AUSTRALIAN PAEDIATRIC MULTICENTRE AUDIT
Gavin Hutana

9. A REVIEW OF UPPER LIMB CASTING PRACTICE AND OUTCOMES AT NOVITA CHILDRENS' SERVICES
Anna Klemm 

10. DYNAMIC ELASTOMERIC FABRIC ORTHOSIS IN MANAGING SHOULDER SUBLUXATION IN CHILDREN WITH SEVERE CEREBRAL PALSY: A CASE SERIES
Jenny Lewis 

11. INTERVENTIONS TO IMPROVE GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION FOR CHILDREN WITH FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDERS: META-ANALYSIS
Barbara Lucas 

12. RENAMING CEREBRAL PALSY IN VIETNAMESE LANGUAGE: A CRITICAL STEP IN IMPROVING OUTCOMES
Le Quan Ly 

13. PALLIDOTOMY AS A TREATMENT OPTION FOR A COMPLEX PATIENT WITH SEVERE DYSTONIA
Karen Bau

14. SERIOUS GAME EXOSKELETON INTERFACE FOR WRIST STRENGTH, STRETCHING AND RANGE-OF-MOTION THERAPY
Andrew McDaid 

15. ACCEPTANCE AND CHALLENGES IN USING ALTERNATIVE AND AUGMENTATIVE COMMUNICATION (AAC) AMONG PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY (CP)
Mohd Azmarul Aziz 

16. THE ART AND SCIENCE OF WRITING EFFECTIVE CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES
Tram Nguyen 

17. WHAT CHANGES CAN BE EXPECTED IN GAIT FOLLOWING SELECTIVE DORSAL RHIZOTOMY?
Simon Paget  

19. CLINIMETRIC PROPERTIES OF 2-MINUTE WALK TEST IN CHILDREN BETWEEN 6 AND 12 YEARS OF AGE
Tamis Pin 

20. SENSORY DYSFUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: EVALUATION, FUNCTIONAL IMPACT AND POTENTIAL TREATMENTS
Remo Russo 

22. CLINICAL ACCEPTABILITY OF THE SENSE ASSESS KIDS; CHILDREN AND YOUTH PERSPECTIVES
Susan Taylor 

23. DETERMINING THE RELIABILITY AND CLINICAL UTILITY OF THE NOVITA SWITCH ACCESS SOLUTIONS ASSESSMENT
Annabelle Tilbrook 

24. OUTCOMES OF A GOAL DIRECTED INTENSIVE BICYCLE SKILLS GROUP PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A PILOT CASE SERIES
Rachel Toovey 

25. DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF THE CHALLENGE-III: MEASUREMENT OF ADVANCED MOTOR SKILLS OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY WHO USE WALKING DEVICES
Vriginia Wright 

26. IREHAB: AN INTENSIVE REHABILITATION PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
Dayna Pool 

27. THE ROBOTIC ARM IN ACTIVITY BASED REHABILITATION FOR CHILDREN
Jennifer Colegate 


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