We were delighted to attend the European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD) Annual Meeting in Bruges in May to share our research. We had the following presentations

– To participate or not: A national study of physical activity participation by adolescents with physical disability in the Republic of Ireland
– Moving beyond barriers and facilitators; what matters most to adolescents with physical disability for physical activity participation: A national Delphi consensus study
– The longitudinal relationship between hip displacement and hip function in children and adolescents with Cerebral Palsy: A Scoping Review
– RELATE-CP: Researching mental health and wellbeing in young people with cerebral palsy in Ireland
– Navigating Transition to Adulthood in Ireland: Perspectives from Young People with Cerebral Palsy, Parents, and Health Professionals
– Exploring the lived experiences of Adults with Cerebral palsy and use of Health services in Ireland (the EACH study): perspectives of adults, support people and service providers
– Clinical and Socio-Economic Factors Affect Survival and Mortality in Cerebral Palsy: A Total Population Study across Four Decades in Northern Ireland (UK)
– Understanding Postneonatal Cerebral Palsy: Aetiology and Clinical Outcomes in a Register-based Population in Northern Ireland (UK)