Mac Keith Press

Mac Keith Press

Publisher of child neurology books and the journal DMCN since 1959

Of interest to researchers, health professionals and all involved in the care of children and young people with neurodevelopmental conditions

Mac Keith Press exists to improve the care of disabled children by extending the knowledge and understanding of developmental medicine and paediatric neurology.

Movement Difficulties in Developmental Disorders: Practical Guidelines for Assessment and Management

Just Published!

Movement Difficulties in Developmental Disorders: Practical Guidelines for Assessment and Management

By David Sugden and Michael Wade

This book presents the latest evidence-based approaches to assessing and managing movement disorders in children.

ICF: A Hands-on Approach for Clinicians and Families

Essential Reading!

ICF: A Hands-on Approach for Clinicians and Families

Edited by Olaf Kraus de Camargo, Liane Simon, Gabriel M Ronen and Peter L Rosenbaum

An accessible practical guide that introduces the ICF to professionals working with children with disabilities and their families.

Aicardi’s Diseases of the Nervous System in Childhood, 4th edition

New Edition!

Aicardi’s Diseases of the Nervous System in Childhood, 4th edition

Edited by Alexis Arzimanoglou with Anne O’Hare, Michael Johnston and Robert Ouvrier

The fourth edition of this unique text provides comprehensive information on paediatric neurological disorders in a clinical, user-friendly context.

Neuromuscular Disorders in Children

Just Published!

Neuromuscular Disorders in Children: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Management

Nicolas Deconinck and Nathalie Goemans

Your one-stop resource on best practice in the management of the most frequent neuromuscular disorders in children and the key body functions affected by them.

Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology

November 2019: Volume 61, Issue 11

2018 Impact Factor data: Our 2-Year Impact Factor increased again this year to 3.532 and our 5-Year Impact Factor is up to 4.118.

Check out the November issue now!

Editor's Choice for November: Communication in Angelman syndrome: a scoping review by Effie Pearson et al. Check out other recent Editor's Choice papers here.

Featured Podcast: In this podcast, Arturo Nuara discusses his paper 'Efficacy of a home‐based platform for child‐to‐child interaction on hand motor function in unilateral cerebral palsy'.


Watch DMCN podcasts on YouTube, or subscribe on iTunes.

Letters to the Editor: The latest Letter to the Editor comes from Susan Harris who highlights tools that can be used in primary care settings to refer infants for diagnostic assessment of cerebral palsy.

Open Access: Compliant with most Open Access funding requirements, all articles in DMCN become free to read twelve months after publication. October 2018 is the latest issue to become freely available.

Virtual Issues: International Alliance of Academies of Childhood Disability President Hans Forssberg introduces our latest Virtual Issue on Childhood Disability Across the World.

60 years of DMCN: DMCN turned 60 in 2018! To celebrate, we picked one key paper per year from inauguration and made it free to read. Have a look at the papers we selected here.

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Forthcoming Events:

Meet us at the following events

 

BPNA

The 2020 BPNA Annual Conference (#BPNA2020) will take place on 29-31 January 2020 in Belfast, UK.

AusACPDM

Head for Perth for the Australasian Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine's next conference, 11-14 March 2020 and be a Visionary!

BACD

The 2020 BACD annual scientific meeting will take place on Friday 13 March 2020, in Sheffield, and will focus on Sensory Impairment.

EACD

Head for Poznan in Poland, 17-20 June 2020 for the next EACD meeting. Get involved with discussions 'From childhood to adulthood with disability'.

ICNA

16th International Child Neurology Congress - announcement coming soon!

Featured Author:

Participation: Optimising Outcomes in Childhood-Onset Neurodisability

Participation: Optimising Outcomes in Childhood-Onset Neurodisability

Christine Imms and Dido Green discuss their forthcoming book 'Participation: Optimising Outcomes in Childhood-Onset Neurodisability'.