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The Prechtl Assessment of General Movements

University Rehabilitation institute Republic of Slovenia with co-operation The GM Trust

is organizing 

the GM Trust Basic and Advanced course  

on the Prechtl Assessment of General Movements

URI - Soča, 9. - 12 May 2019


The basic course on Prechtl’s Method of Qualitative assessment of General Movements in young infants is intended for pediatricians, developmental pediatricians, neonatal pediatricians, child neurologists and physiotherapists, who have to deal with preterm and term neonates and infants who are at risk factors for delayed development or the development of cerebral palsy. General movements are the most frequent motor pattern in the fetus and in the young infant. 

More about the program is available here.

Location :University Rehabilitation Institute Republic of Slovenia, Linhartova 51, 1000 Ljubljana - Slovenia

Course fee: 

- early bird  fee 680 EUR incl. VAT (registration and payment should be done till February 15, 2019)

- regular fee 730 EUR incl. VAT (registration and payment should be done till April 1, 2019)

Application for the course:

Registration deadline: April 1, 2019

Number of participants is limited on 20 for each course. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. It is mandatory to bring your own videos to demonstrate them and evaluate GM at the advanced GM course. 

The address for registration:

Ms. Andreja Rus, University Rehabilitation Institute Republic of Slovenia, Linhartova 51, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

Phone: 00386 1 4758 102, Fax: 00386 1 437 20 70

E-mail: dogodki@ir-rs.si


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