While Katharine Fitzpatrick, our Family Involvement Coordinator, is on maternity leave, her role will be covered by Silvia Bortoli.
Chris and colleagues participated in the British Academy of Childhood Disability annual scientific meeting last week in Manchester.
We have completed a new 'What's the evidence?' summary that you can now access
We are pleased to announce a new academic publication looking at using active console games therapeutically.
We are pleased to welcome two new members of staff.
We are pleased to announce publication of the PenCRU Annual Report 2016
What's the evidence for psychotherapy and the Frankish model for children and young people with learning disabilities?
What's the evidence for Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy for children with cerebral palsy?
What types of brain surgery are most effective to reduce seizures in children with Sturge-Weber Syndrome?
Interventions utilising contact to improve children's attitudes towards disability.
Recognising PenCRU public engagement
Connecting with the #disabilityresearch community
Evidence-based practice for allied health professionals
Resources for parents raising a disabled child in the UK
National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) features study led by PenCRU
National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) recognises PenCRU's Stuart Logan
Find out more about the newest member of our team
Improving outcomes for children with cerebral visual impairment
What helps to reduce distress and improve cooperation with invasive medical procedures for children with neurodisability?
Can we improve how we measure children’s attitudes about disability?
Check out our latest blog piece
We are pleased to announce publication of the PenCRU Annual report for 2015.
Are you a parent carer or do you know a parent carer who would like to improve their health and wellbeing?
Which questionnaire is best to assess the health and quality of life of children with neurodisability?
Research into transition of young people with ADHD from child to adult services starts.
We are seeking parents of children with autism to hear about their dental experiences
Are sleep positioning systems effective for children with cerebral palsy?
We are pleased to announce a new publication from Ola’s PhD thesis entitled ‘A checklist to improve reporting of group-based behaviour-change interventions’.
What is ABR and is it effective for children with cerebral palsy and/or learning disability?
Exeter College students work with PenCRU to create a poster for hospitals