BRK 19: THE CEREBRAL PALSY RESEARCH NETWORK - CLINICAL REGISTRY, PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES AND COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH EFFORT
Paul Gross, BA; Garey Noritz, MD; Amy Bailes, PT, PhD. ; Mary Gannotti, PhD, PT

Learning Objectives:
1) Understand the current state and future direction of the Cerebral Palsy Research Network
2) Advocate with their partners in their CP practice to prepare their institution to join the CPRN to gain benefits in the efficiency of their practice and to improve patient outcomes
3) Define the objectives of the CPRN registry for planning research and finding practice variation to target for quality improvement initiatives
4) Describe how the CPRN adult outcomes registry can be used to track patient outcomes long term and form the basis for new research on adults with cerebral palsy

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* 1. Please indicate your opinion about each of the following statements.

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The course followed description in the program.
The course began on time and was well paced.
The faculty communicated clearly and effectively.
The course used practical examples to teach points.
The faculty involved participants in the course.
The faculty allowed enough time for questions.
The course met its objectives as stated in the program.
The information presented will help me accomplish my professional responsibilities.
The course has given me a basis for making changes in my practice.

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* 2. Did this course have a commercial bias?

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* 3. Should the Academy repeat this course next year?

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* 4. Please suggest any topics of interest for a future course.

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* 5. General comments:

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