We are pleased to congratulate the BC Children's and BC Women's investigators who were awarded funding through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Project Grant Spring 2019 competition. Our research community received nine new research and bridge grants totaling more than $5.8 million.
Stacey has a special interest is in hip displacement and hip surveillance in children with cerebral palsy. As the Coordinator of the Child Health BC Hip Surveillance Program for Children with Cerebral Palsy, the first surveillance program of its kind in North America, she has been involved with the development, implementation, and management of this new provincial program.
Prevention of hip displacement in children with cerebral palsy: a systematic review
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology
Stacey D Miller and Maria Juricic and Kim Hesketh and Lynore Mclean and Sonja Magnuson and Sherylin Gasior and Emily Schaeffer and Maureen O'donnell and Kishore Mulpuri
Agreement Between a Physical Therapist and an Orthopedic Surgeon in Children Referred for Gait Abnormalities
Pediatric Physical Therapy
Stacey Miller and Susan R. Harris and Kishore Mulpuri
Long-term outcome after selective dorsal rhizotomy in children with spastic cerebral palsy
Child's Nervous System
Tamir Ailon and Richard Beauchamp and Stacey Miller and Patricia Mortenson and John M. Kerr and Alexander R. Hengel and Paul Steinbok
Electrophysiologically guided versus non-electrophysiologically guided selective dorsal rhizotomy for spastic cerebral palsy: a comparison of outcomes
Child's Nervous System
Paul Steinbok and Andrew J. Tidemann and Stacey Miller and Patricia Mortenson and Tim Bowen-Roberts
Hip Surveillance - Children with cerebral palsy are at known to be at risk for hip displacement with the degree of risk directly related to their level of motor function. Hip surveillance program for children with cerebral palsy first began in Sweden and Australia and have been shown to reduce the incidence of hip displacement and the need for salvage hip procedures. The Child Health BC Hip Surveillance Program for Children with Cerebral Palsy was established based on work by a multidisciplinary group of over 50 parents, pediatric orthopaedic surgeons, developmental pediatricians, pediatricians, general physicians, a radiologist, physiotherapists, other health care professionals, and policy makers from all regions of the province. The program, the first of it's kind in North America, launched in 2014 with the aim to ensure that all children in BC at risk for hip displacement receive appropriate screening and are referred to a paediatric orthopaedic surgeon at the appropriate time to minimize or prevent complications associated with hip dislocations. A comprehensive evaluation plan has anchored the development of the program.Honours & Awards
Award of Excellence with Distinction, BC Children’s Hospital & Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, Awarded 2008.
2017 Fred P. Sage Award, American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine for creation of the Child Health BC Hip Surveillance Program for Children with Cerebral Palsy E-Learning Module.
Jeanne Hughes Award for the best paper published in Pediatric Physical Therapy in 2016 as a result of work completed while in an educational program; Awarded February 2017.
Physiotherapy Association of BC Award of Excellence 2018