Cerebral Palsy Research Network Blog

CPREARCH.NET becomes CPRN.ORG

Canadian Policy Research Network

Canadian Policy Research Network

Generosity begets generosity! The Cerebral Palsy Research Network (CPRN) relaunched its website under the domain CPRN.ORG today. CPRN wishes to acknowledge the incredible generosity of Mr. Robert Goldfarb as well as Carleton University in Canada — including the employees the two staff librarians – Mr. George Duimovich and Ms. Pat Moore — for donating a number of CPRN domains to the Cerebral Palsy Research Network. Because of this wonderful gift, valued at tens of thousands of dollars, the CPRN brand now stands alone clear and strong. Quality – high quality research and quality improvement — is core to the CPRN brand and the impact we hope to have on the extended cerebral palsy (CP) community. CPRN is a predominantly volunteer effort focused on improving outcomes for people with CP. The recognition of this effort by individuals and organizations is a testament to the potential of our impact and the goodwill of the world we live in. We are deeply grateful to Mr. Goldfarb and all of those at Carleton University for our new domain. We hope that our new simplified domain name will make CPRN a singular beacon for the CP community and will be a source of pride for those who helped us to achieve this new and improved domain name. Bookmark cprn.org!