Learn about Research on Dystonia in CP
The Cerebral Palsy Research Network (CPRN) and its partner CP NOW will be hosting its third webinar – Current Research and Gaps — in its Research CP Dystonia Edition initiative. Dr. Michael Kruer, a pediatric neurologist and movement disorders specialist at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, will describe the landscape of research and the importance of filling gaps in our knowledge to improve treatments and outcomes. The webinar will take place at 8 pm ET on Wednesday, November 6, 2019. The webinar will be recorded as well. Please register to receive instructions for attending the webinar or watching the recording.
Research CP Dystonia Edition is an initiative to set a patient-centered research agenda for dystonia in cerebral palsy (CP). It is targeted at members of the community that have lived with dystonia in CP and clinicians and therapists that treat dystonia in CP. At the conclusion of the webinar series, participants will be invited to help set the priorities for research in dystonia in CP.