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The Effect of Progressive Functional Strength Training on Neuromuscular and Motor Function in Child

Richard_Scope
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May be a doodle of text that says  University Exeter Help us understand how training improves function in cerebral palsy Research opportunity for children with cerebral palsy We are looking for Children with cerebral palsy Age 5-12 years old Both boys and girls welcome Able walk with or without assistive devices What you will need to do Perform strength exercises at home for 8 weeks daysweek Attend assessment sessions the St Lukes campus University of Exeter EX1 2LU If are interested please contact Fatema Shamsaddin fs382exeteracuk Participation reward will be provided for parentcarer and child Transportation fees will covered

Research opportunity with the University of Exeter

Research Ethics Committee Review Outcome
Ethics Application ID: 529822
Title: The Effect of Progressive Functional Strength Training on Neuromuscular and Motor Function in Children with Cerebral Palsy: Pilot Study
(Version: 1.1)
Proposed Project Duration: 3 Apr 2023 - 1 Apr 2024
Your research study ethics application submitted above on 28 Nov 2022, 14:45 has been reviewed by the FHLS Sports and Health Sciences Ethics Committee.
Outcome decision by Research Ethics Committee: Approved
Decision Date: 20 Mar 2023, 21:49*
*You can only start your research once you have received an Approved outcome. The start date of your research will be no sooner than the Ethics Committee Approval decision date above.
Research Ethics Committee Approval End Date:
Regards,
FHLS Sports and Health Sciences Ethics Committee
Scope
Specialist Information Officer and Cerebral Palsy Programme Lead

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