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  • 1.   Care of the extremely preterm infant: Management and ethical dilemas

    This article discusses care of the extremely preterm infant

    Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 98 Page: 101-102 2005
    W. A. Gorman

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  • 2.   'Discussion groups with parents of children with cerebral palsy in Europe designed to assist development of a relevant measure of environment': Erratum

    Erratum: Discussion groups with parents of children with cerebal palsy in Europe designed to assist development of a relevant measure of environment

    Child: Care, Health and Development, Vol: 32 Page: 393-393 2006
    V. McManus; S. I. Michelsen; K. Parkinson; A. Colver; E. Beckung; O. Pez; B. Caravale

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  • 3.   Energy efficiency in gait, activity, participation, and health status in children with cerebral palsy

    The aim of this study was to examine if a relationship exists between the energy efficiency of gait, and measures of activity limitation, participation restriction, and health status in a representative sample of children with cerebral palsy

    Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, Vol: 50 Page: 204-210 2008
    Claire Kerr; Jackie Parkes; Mike Stevenson; Aidan P. Cosgrove; Brona C. McDowell

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  • 4.   Measuring functional outcomes after prematurity: Developmental impact of very low birth weight and extremely low birth weight status on childhood disability

    This article discusses functional outcomes in essential activities in preschool, school-age, and adolescent children who were born very premature

    Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, Vol: 8 Page: 258-272 2002
    Michael E. Msall; Michelle R. Tremont

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  • 5.   Moving beyond birth asphyxia as the cause of cerebral palsy

    The article discusses moving beyond Birth Asphyxia as the cause of cerebral palsy

    Irish Medical Journal, Vol: 94 Page: 68-70 2001
    D. G. M. McDonald; J. B. McMenamin

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  • 6.   Population-based survey of the relationship between energy efficiency during gait, functional ability and participation restriction in ambulatory children with cerebral palsy... Rehabilitation and Therapy Research Society Third Annual Conference: Collaborative research... making it a reality, held on 26-27 April 2007 at University of Ulster

    This abstract reports a population-based survey of the relationship between energy efficiency during gait, functional ability and participation restriction in ambulatory children with cerebral palsy

    Physical Therapy Reviews, Vol: 13 Page: 123-124 2008
    C. Kerr; B. C. McDowell; J. Parkes; A. P. Cosgrove

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  • 7.   Self-reported quality of life of 8-12-year-old children with cerebral palsy: a cross-sectional European study

    The aim of the study was to compare Quality of life among individuals with Cerebal Palsy

    Lancet, Vol: 369 Page: 2171-2178 2007
    H. O. Dickinson; K. N. Parkinson; U. Ravens-Sieberer; G. Schirripa; U. Thyen; C. Arnaud; E. Beckung; J. Fauconnier; V. McManus; S. I. Michelsen; J. Parkes; A. F. Colver

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  • 8.   The relationship between gross motor function and participation restriction in children with cerebral palsy: an exploratory analysis

    The aim of this study was to examine gross motor function and participation restrictions experienced by children with cerebral palsy

    Child: Care, Health & Development, Vol: 33 Page: 22-27 2007
    C. Kerr; B. McDowell; S. McDonough

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  • 9.   Trends in the prevalence of cerebral palsy in Northern Ireland, 1981-1997

    The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence of cerebral palsy by birthweight group, and in the severity of motor impairments and presence of associated intellectual impairment,

    Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, Vol: 48 Page: 406-412 2006
    Helen Dolk; Jackie Parkes; Nan Hill

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  • 10.   Use of physiotherapy and alternatives by children with cerebral palsy: A population study

    The aim of this study was to examine physiotherapy services and alternative therapies by children with moderate to severe cerebral palsy

    Child: Care, Health and Development, Vol: 28 Page: 469-477 2002
    Jackie Parkes; M. Donnelly; H. Dolk; N. Hill

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  • 11.   Varicella outbreak in a residential home

    The aim of this study was to examine an outbreak of varicella in a residential home for 29 children(aged 4 to 16 years) with severe physical and learning disability

    Ir Med J, Vol: 99 Page: 133-5 May 2006
    F. Enright; B. Mc Mahon; A. Washington

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