The 1st National CPIP Meeting, 18th June 2021
On 18th June 2021, the first national Cerebral Palsy Integrated Pathway was held online. It was a great success (even if we do say so ourselves!) with just under 400 people gathering to hear about CPIP, its origins in Sweden and Scotland and its impact across the UK and Ireland.
Above you can dowload the programme and below are (most of) the presentations and posters.
Invited Speaker Presentations
Laura Wiggins tells us about the history and development of the Cerebral Palsy Integrated Pathway Scotland (CPIPS)
Sarah Dewhurst talks about the evolution of CPIP in the UK and RoI
From reactive to preventative management of cerebral palsy, by Gunnar Hägglund from Lund, Sweden and one of the creators of CPUP
Lesley Harper who helped set up CPIPS tells us how it has changed physiothearpy practice over the years.
And Heather Read, also one of the founders of CPIPS tells us how it has changed the orthopaedic management of CP
Michelle Baylis who helped introduce CPIP in the West Midlands, the first region in England to use it, tells about hers and others experiences of the process
Elaine Hopper celebrates how CPIP actually works in practice with a detailed case study
(note - Harry Hipster not his real name!)
Alex Gill and Helen Johnston, "From then to now", how they set up CPIP in the Sheffield region
Mark Gaston from Edinburgh tells us about evidence gathered from CPIPS and how he and others are using it to influence practice around the world
Rachel Rapson's inspiring talk about improving participation outcomes for children with CP and the 6 F-words for Child Development (Function, Family, Fitness, Fun, Friends and Future).
The NHS Paediatric Movement Therapies CQUIN
Download Charlie Fairhurst's PowerPoint presentation here
Unfortunately, this talk wasn't recorded so you won't be able to hear Charlie's entertaining take on the machinations of the NHS!
Broadening the scope of healthcare for children and young people with cerebral palsies over time: a longitudinal, population-based study
Karen Horridge and Gavin DeKiewiet
The prevalence and nature of sleep disturbances experienced by children wtih CP aged 3-18y in Northern Ireland
Mary-Elaine McCalvert, Oliver Perra, Karen McConnell and Claire Kerr
Examining the impact of virtual consultantion during the Covid pandemic lockdown on children and young people with cerebral palsy using CPIP data
V Wong-Spraklen, R Martell, A Birchnall, K Stohr and A Sansome
What is usual physiotherapy care for ambulant children with cerebral palsy in the UK?
Rachel Rapson, Jonathan Marsden, Jos Latour, Harriet Hughes and Bernie Carter
A retrospective study of the short-term outcomes of patients in Scotland with Diplegic Cerebral Palsy who have had Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy
Craig MacPhee, Heather Read, Simon Barker, Mark Gaston, Jamie Maclean and Donald Campbell
The Development of a Spinal Pathway for Children with Complex Needs
Kirsty Yates and Penny Jones
Paediatric Physiotherapists attitudes on the implementation of the CPIP-UK hip surveillance programme
Audit and Patient Satisfaction Survey of a Pilot CPIP Multi-Disciplinary X-ray Clinic
Anna Jones and Janice Pryke
Guided Growth of the Hip in Cerebral Palsy: A systematic review of literature and meta-analysis of this novel technique
P Buddhdev, R Van Stralen and M Lebe
Can the Physiological Vulnerability Score predict outcomes of hip reconstruction in children with severe neuromuscular disability?
A Bevan, A Aarvold, C Edwards and S Bennet
Practice variation for treating hip displacement in children with cerebral palsy
Download PowerPoint slideshow here
M Mifsud, U Narayanan, U Givon, K Graham, M Jozwiak, K Mulpuri, B Shore, T Theologis, W Schrader. The CHOP Research Group.
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Free Paper Presentations