Measuring dyskinesia in cerebral palsy: an online resource

A new online educational resource has been developed for clinicians and researchers to assist in implementing accurate and evidence-based identification, classification and measurement of dyskinesia in children and young people with cerebral palsy.

This resource was developed by Dr Kirsty Stewart and Associate Professor Adrienne Harvey as an output from their respective NHMRC and MRFF knowledge translation fellowships.

The resource is 28 minutes long, and is freely available, however we ask the you please complete the quick pre and post course surveys to tell us a bit about you, and then provide some feedback on the course.


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Dr Kirsty Stewart (Children’s Hospital at Westmead) and Associate Professor Adrienne Harvey (Murdoch Children’s Research Institute) have created a professionally produced online resource to help clinicians and researchers in identifying and assessing dyskinesia and its impact on function in children and young people with cerebral palsy. This is a combined output from Kirsty’s Knowledge Translation Fellowship from the NHMRC funded CRE-CP and Adrienne’s MRFF Translation of Research into Practice Fellowship.