AACPDM is proud to feature various TEDx/TEDMED talks that we recommend for your viewing pleasure. Check out these Talks
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Introducing the new iOS app for Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology
For at least the next 10 years, families in the US Children’s Health Insurance Program shouldn’t have to worry about the money running out again.
Senate leaders announced on Wednesday that, as part of a broader budget agreement, they would lengthen the six-year funding extension for CHIP that Congress passed last month to a full 10 years of funding for the program.
Read more HERE.
The AACPDM 71st Annual Meeting in Montreal, Canada was a tremendous success! If you were unable to attend, we now have the fabulous general session videos online. If you did attend, feel free to refresh your memory and view the presentations once again.
On February 15th, the House passed legislation that would amend the Americans With Disabilities Act over objections from disability rights advocates and Democratic leaders, who warned that the bill would remove incentives for businesses to comply with the law.
Registration for the 72nd Annual Meeting is now open! To learn more about available instructional courses, networking events, accommodations, travel arrangements and to register for this year's meeting, visit the AACPDM Annual Meeting page.
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently convened the Cerebral Palsy (CP) Common Data Elements (CDE) Oversight Committee to develop the External Devices classification document (see below to access). Check out the NIND's website for more information.
This document is now available on the NINDS CDE website from July 31 – August 31, 2018 for feedback from the larger Cerebral Palsy research and practice community. We hope you will take the time to review the External Devices classification document and provide your comments prior to the general release.
To access and review the CDE recommendations under public review, please follow the steps below:
We look forward to your feedback and ask you to please submit your comments to NINDSCDE@emmes.com by August 31, 2018.
We hope that you will share this announcement with your colleagues and encourage them to provide feedback as well. Thank you for your time.
NINDS CDE Team