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.
Akins & Shrader discuss the paper Transcriptional analysis of muscle tissue and isolated satellite cells in spastic cerebral palsy
Rachel Toovey discusses her paper Task-specific training for bicycle-riding goals in ambulant children with cerebral palsy: a randomized controlled trial
Hércules Leite discusses his paper Physical therapy in children with cerebral palsy in Brazil: a scoping review
Jonathan Abuga discusses his paper Neurological impairment and disability in children in rural Kenya
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 podcasts of selected DMCN papers. Find them all here.
Verónica Schiariti discusses her paper Impacto de la infección congénita por Zika virus y COVID-19 en la discapacidad infantil en América Latina
It is available in Portuguese, as presented by Egmar Longo: Impacto do vírus Zika congênito e COVID-19 na deficiência infantil na América Latina
Mercedes Ruiz Brunner discusses her paper Desarrollo de ecuaciones y software para la estimación de peso en niños y niñas con parálisis cerebral
Archive: Our complete archive of podcasts is available from here. Listen now or download for later.