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Progressive intellectual and neurological deterioration

1999 - 2001 · Concluded

Daniel Keene, MD

Co-investigator: Terry Sutcliffe

Study results can be found in CPSP 2001 Results

CPSP Highlights

Published papers

  • Surveillance for progressive intellectual and neurological deterioration in the Canadian paediatric population

    Keene DL, Sutcliffe T, Harman P, Grenier D. Can J Neurol Sci 2004;31(2):220-4

Resource articles


  • Canadian Paediatric Surveillance Program for Progressive Neurological Diseases

    Keene D, Harmon P, Sutcliffe T, on behalf of members of the Canadian Paediatric Surveillance Program. Annual Meeting of the Child Neurology Society, Washington, in October 2002

  • The Canadian and British perspectives of paediatric intellectual and neurological deterioration (PIND): Are the results comparable?

    Grenier D, Doherty J, Medaglia A. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Paediatric Society, Toronto, in June 2002, and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health Spring Meeting, Second INoPSU Conference, York, England, in April 2002

  • Progressive intellectual and neurological deterioration in paediatric population (PIND)

    Keene D, Sutcliffe T, and Canadian Paediatric Surveillance Program. Canadian Paediatric Society’s conference Beyond 2000: Healthy Tomorrows for Children and Youth, in June 2000, and at the Canadian College of Neurologists’ Ottawa meeting in June 2000