Publications And Other Resources

Minutes From Most Recent ACPR Group Meetings

April 2017

March 2016


2016

Report of the Australian Cerebral Palsy Register, Birth Years 1993-2009 (PDF), published in September 2016

Cerebral Palsy in Australia, Submissions from the Australian Cerebral Palsy Register Group, January, 2016

Australia and the Australian Cerebral Palsy Register for the birth cohort 1993 to 2006

A special supplement: findings from the Australian Cerebral Palsy Register, birth years 1993 to 2006

An international survey of cerebral palsy registers and surveillance systems

Interobserver reliability of the Australian Spasticity Assessment Scale (ASAS)

Temporal trends in cerebral palsy by impairment severity and birth gestation

Comparing risks of cerebral palsy in births between Australian Indigenous and non-Indigenous mothers

Biological sex and the risk of cerebral palsy in Victoria, Australia

Profile of associated impairments at age 5 years in Australia by cerebral palsy subtype and Gross Motor Function Classification System level for birth years 1996 to 2005

Strabismus, a preventable barrier to social participation: a short report

Change in residential remoteness during the first 5 years of life in an Australian cerebral palsy cohort

The National Disability Insurance Scheme: a time for real change in Australia

Congenital anomalies in cerebral palsy: where to from here?

Cerebral palsy and perinatal mortality after pregnancy-induced hypertension across the gestational age spectrum: observations of a reconstructed total population cohort

2013

Report of the Australian Cerebral Palsy Register, Birth Years 1993-2006 (PDF), published in April 2013

2009

Report of the Australian Cerebral Palsy Register, Birth Years 1993-2003 (PDF), published in April 2009.

What Constitutes Cerebral Palsy in the Twenty-First Century? Appendix S1 (XLSX - 28 KB)

Other Resources

SCPE references/publications

AACPDM preconference workshop 2014: Cerebral palsy registers and surveillance systems: why they are useful, how to start one and what to do next!