AACPDM 2016 Community Forum
Saturday, September 24, 2016 9:30 am – 5:00 pm


What Do Pediatric Pain Tools Really Measure?
Veronica Schiariti, MD, MHSc, PhD; David Roye, MD

Orthopedics Lifespan- Hips, Spine, and Bone Density
Freeman Miller, MD

Participation and Recreation
Nienke Dosa, MD, MPH; Lisa Neville, M.S., O.T.R./L.

Intensive Training
Yannick Bleyenheuft, PhD PT

Stem Cells Update
Iona Novak, PhD

Interventions and Therapies- Online Decision Making Resource
Margaret Wallen, PhD

Caring for Caregivers
Elise Davis, PhD

Cortical Visual Impairment and the CVI Range
Christine Roman, PhD

Transition- Tips from a Mom of Triplets
Carol Shrader

Transition Topics
Ronna Linroth, PhD

CPRN- Community Participation in Registries and Research
Paul Gross


Enhancing the knowledge of the learners by:
1. Disseminating information on new developments in applied and translational sciences, prevention, diagnosis, technology and utilizing recommendations from current clinical guidelines for treatment for individuals with cerebral palsy and other childhood-onset disabilities.
2. Encouraging a change in performance by creating an interdisciplinary forum to facilitate communication and team-building between professional who are providing services and care for individuals with childhood-onset disabilities.
3. Facilitating the integration between research and practice to improve the outcome of individuals with childhood-onset disabilities.

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* 1. Presentation Content

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The content of this presentation was consistent with its objectives
The presentation provided new knowledge and/or skills

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* 2. Speaker Effectiveness

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The speaker used the allotted time efficiently
The speaker’s style of presentation was conducive to learning
The speaker demonstrated a thorough knowledge of the subject matter

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* 3. Teaching Aids

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The teaching aids (slides, audio/video tapes, handouts, etc.) were appropriate

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* 4. General Implementation of Activity

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The level of expertise of the activity was appropriate for the audience
The time allotted for the content covered in the activity was appropriate

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* 5. Assessment of Learning

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This presentation provided me with useful information
This presentation has contributed to my professional growth
This presentation provided the knowledge and skills to make a difference in my work

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* 6. Was there a commercial bias in this presentation?

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* 7. Participant information
What is your role? (select all that apply)

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* 8. Age(s) of person(s) with cerebral palsy or other childhood-onset disability most directly related to you

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* 9. How did you hear about this event? (select all that apply):

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* 10. How many people attended the Community Forum with you (not including yourself)?

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* 11. Are there any other comments or suggestions that you would like to make concerning this presentation?

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* 12. Topic/Speaker Recommendation for future Annual Meeting activities:

Thank you for taking the time to complete this evaluation. 
Your feedback is valued and greatly appreciated.