Enjoyed reading Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology (DMCN)? Now listen to our range of DMCN Podcasts featuring interviews and discussions.
Our Author’s Podcasts invite DMCN authors to offer a brief introduction to a recently published paper. The authors outline the paper’s methods, findings, and implications. Find them all here.
Karen Horridge discusses her paper Learning disabilities matter
Phillip Pearl discusses his paper Child neurology, COVID-19, and crisis in society
Maria Nilsson discusses her paper Retinal ganglion cell topography predicts visual field function in spastic cerebral palsy
Ryan Pham and Jesia Berry discuss their paper Definition and diagnosis of cerebral palsy in genetic studies: a systematic review
Eliza Fazzi discusses her paper New clinical needs and strategies for care in children with neurodisability during COVID-19
Our Editor’s Podcasts present a conversation between one of DMCN’s editors and an invited guest on a theme drawn from a recent editorial. These podcasts seek to facilitate conversations between different disciplines and specialisms. Find them all here.
Bernard Dan discusses…
What does race mean in neurodisability studies? with Jaime Slaughter-Acey
Human enhancement: from disability to superability with Nick Agar
The importance of olfaction in neurodisability with Richard Doty
Peter Rosenbaum discusses…
‘You have textbooks; we have story books’. Disability as perceived by professionals and parents with Elizabeth Chambers
Spanish and Portuguese Podcasts
In association with the Academia Latinoamericana de Desarrollo Infantil y Discapacidades (ALDID), we offer Spanish and Portuguese translations of select DMCN abstracts and Virtual Issues. Find them all here.
ICF Core Sets for Cerebral Palsy, Autism, & ADHD: Spanish with Portuguese subtitles.
Archive: Our complete archive of podcasts is available from here. Listen now or download for later.