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20190605 HINE Training - Vic - Royal Children's Hospital

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Thank you for registering for the AusCP-CTN HINE Training 2018. Please check your registration ticket to confirm your training time and location. For further information about the course, please contact A/Prof. Alicia Spittle, aspittle@unimelb.edu.au. Please note - This is a very popular training course, places fill quickly and we frequently have a waiting list. If you have registered for a course and cannot attend, we would appreciate knowing as early as possible so that we can offer your place to someone else. Please email auscpnetwork@uq.edu.au to cancel your registration.

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The Royal Children's Hospital

50 Flemington Road

Parkville, Vic 3052

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Thank you for registering for the AusCP-CTN HINE Training 2018. Please check your registration ticket to confirm your training time and location. For further information about the course, please contact A/Prof. Alicia Spittle, aspittle@unimelb.edu.au. Please note - This is a very popular training course, places fill quickly and we frequently have a waiting list. If you have registered for a course and cannot attend, we would appreciate knowing as early as possible so that we can offer your place to someone else. Please email auscpnetwork@uq.edu.au to cancel your registration.
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The Hammersmith Infant Neurological Examination (HINE) is a standardised and scoreable clinical neurological examination that can be used to assess infants from 2-24 months of age. The HINE contains 26 items across 5 domains and summing of scores in each domain provide a global score. More than ten studies of high risk newborns (preterm and term) have demonstrated that this assessment can be used in the diagnosis of cerebral palsy (CP).

The International Clinical Practice Guideline for the Early Accurate Diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy recommends the use of the HINE, particularly in situations where the most predictive tools (general movements and MRI) are not able to be used. This workshop session will provide standardized training in the Hammersmith Infant Neurological Assessment with an original author of the HINE. All items in the HINE will be presented with the correct approach to administration and scoring. Infants aged between 6-24 months will be used to train the participants in small groups in accurate scoring of the HINE.

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