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Volume 36, Number 1, January 2010

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Paediatric brain injury – getting there from here
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Forsyth, R.; Waugh, Mary-Clare

Long-term behavioural outcomes of pre-school mild traumatic brain injury
pp. 22-30(9)
Authors: McKinlay, A.; Grace, R. C.; Horwood, L. J.; Fergusson, D. M.; MacFarlane, M. R.

A comprehensive model of care for rehabilitation of children with acquired brain injuries
pp. 31-43(13)
Authors: Chevignard, M.; Toure, H.; Brugel, D. G.; Poirier, J.; Laurent-Vannier, A.

Evaluating paediatric brain injury services in NSW
pp. 54-62(9)
Authors: Badge, H.; Hancock, J.; Waugh, M.-C.

The impact of caring for a child with cerebral palsy: quality of life for mothers and fathers
pp. 63-73(11)
Authors: Davis, E.; Shelly, A.; Waters, E.; Boyd, R.; Cook, K.; Davern, M.

Course of behaviour problems of children with cerebral palsy: the role of parental stress and support
pp. 74-84(11)
Authors: Sipal, R. F.; Schuengel, C.; Voorman, J. M.; Van Eck, M.; Becher, J. G.

Family needs of parents of children and youth with cerebral palsy
pp. 85-92(8)
Authors: Palisano, R. J.; Almarsi, N.; Chiarello, L. A.; Orlin, M. N.; Bagley, A.; Maggs, J.

Parental satisfaction with follow-up services for children with major anatomical congenital anomalies
pp. 101-109(9)
Authors: van Dijk, M.; Poley, M. J.; Gischler, S. J.; Mazer, P.; IJsselstijn, H.; Tibboel, D.; Latour, J. M.

A controlled trial of early interventions to promote maternal adjustment and development in infants born with severe congenital heart disease
pp. 110-117(8)
Authors: McCusker, C. G.; Doherty, N. N.; Molloy, B.; Rooney, N.; Mulholland, C.; Sands, A.; Craig, B.; Stewart, M.; Casey, F.

Health-related quality of life and financial impact of caring for a child with Thalassaemia Major in the UK
pp. 118-122(5)
Authors: Clarke, S. A.; Skinner, R.; Guest, J.; Darbyshire, P.; Cooper, J.; Shah, F.; Roberts, I.; Eiser, C.

Disabled children in the UK: a quality assessment of quantitative data sources
pp. 130-141(12)
Authors: Read, J.; Blackburn, C.; Spencer, N.

Collaborative transdisciplinary intervention in early years – putting theory into practice
pp. 142-148(7)
Authors: Bell, A.; Corfield, M.; Davies, J.; Richardson, N.

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