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Victorian Cerebral Palsy Register
datasetposted on 25.06.2020 by Melbourne Academic Centre for Health (MACH)
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The Victorian Cerebral Palsy Register collects information on people with cerebral palsy, born or living in the Australian state of Victoria since 1970. The Register was founded by Professor Dinah Reddihough in 1987 and is now one of the largest geographically-defined cerebral palsy registers in the world, holding information on over 5200 individuals with cerebral palsy. Information collected on individuals includes demographic information, birth details, known or apparent causes, type and severity of the cerebral palsy and any associated impairments.
Institution nameRoyal Children's Hospital
Unit nameNeurodisability and Rehabilitation
Principal contact nameDinah Reddihough
Principal contact email email@example.com
Available for research?Yes
Collaborating institutions informationYes. Data shared with national CP register.
Number of people/participants6,000 +