The Cerebral Palsy Research Network (CPRN) announced that its next webinar in its MyCP Webinar series would be on family attitudes toward a cerebral palsy diagnoses on Wednesday, November 18 at 8 pm ET. Bhooma Aravamuthan, MD, DPhil, a pediatric movement disorders neurologist from St. Louis Children’s Hospital, will share her objectives and preliminary data for this research. The presentation will be approximately 20 minutes and followed by an open Q&A. Dr. Aravamuthan is a leader in numerous initiatives for cerebral palsy (CP) in CPRN and the field with her recent appointment to the American Academy of Neurology Child Neurology Quality Measures Standing Workgroup. In conjunction with this study, Dr. Aravamuthan has been surveying clinicians who diagnose cerebral palsy in an effort to change the field’s understanding of CP with the advent of more genetic discoveries in conjunction with CP. In this webinar, she will talk about her recent study of clinicians and how she hopes to marry that with the feedback from families and individuals with CP to improve diagnoses and clinician / patient dialogue in support of families.
Interested participants need to register for the webinar to be sent instructions for joining. Webinars will be recorded and posted for later viewing. The MyCP Webinar series includes one presentation per month on different aspects of CPRN’s research studies. Please join us!