The CRE-CP is a five year project funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council that aims to improve the health and well-being of all people affected by cerebral palsy and their families. Leading researchers, clinicians and allied health professionals are joining forces with parents, carers and persons with cerebral palsy in a concerted effort to bring about change in the management and treatment of cerebral palsy.

New PhD Project: Computational measurement of hip migration percentage in pelvic x-ray

The aim of this PhD project is to develop and to validate computational machine learning algorithms to measure migration percentage automatically and accurately from pelvic x-rays.

29 Aug 2016

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PhD Project; optimising participation outcomes

One full-time doctoral scholarship is currently available in the participation research program, to test the 'family of Participation Related Constructs' through empirical studies.

26 Aug 2016

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Seeking participants for upper limb orthoses trial

Trials evaluating the medium to long-term use of rigid wrist/hand orthoses in children with cerebral palsy are now underway and seeking participants.

11 Aug 2016

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Bike skills training featured on Nine News

CRE-CP researcher Rachel Toovey shares the wonderful progress of a rehabilitation program focused on bike riding, held at Monash Children's Hospital.

8 Aug 2016

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New Podcast: Mental Health of Parents

Episode 5 of the CRE-CP podcast is now available; outlining new research on the mental health of parents and focusing on opportunities for intervention.

29 Jun 2016

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