July 14, 2016
All members of the newly expanded Research Dyscovery team met for the first time last week to discuss future research directions and ideas for new projects. This is a very exciting time for us here at Research Dyscovery – look out for more updates soon!
July 26, 2016
DCD UK was held this year at the University of Leeds, and took place over two consecutive days (22nd-23rd of July). As a team, Research Dyscovery was proud to represent USW. Professor Amanda Kirby was asked to be the first keynote speaker of the event, and presented a three stranded talk around research literature relating to DCD in adulthood, clinical considerations when assessing adults with DCD, and a personal/parental view around living with an adult with DCD. Dr Catherine Purcell and Dr Amy Romijn later presented a poster presentation titled “Appropriateness of road safety education for children with developmental coordination disorder” (as shown below). The overall range of presentations and posters this year was exceptional; it was unsurprising that the event was sold out. A great networking opportunity, and a very interesting and insightful 2 day conference – Thank you to the University of Leeds and individuals involved with the organisation of this event.