Since there are still some available places, starting from May 18th, applications have been opened again until June 20th, 2022! Click here to find out the latest info!
Should you be interested in the scholarships covering part of the accommodation and/or travel costs, please submit your application no later than May 26th, 2022.
This Summer School is organized by the University of Pisa as a part of a project funded by the European Commission “Born Together” with the support of the IRCCS Fondazione Stella Maris and of the European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD). This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 848201. The 5-day course is a practical and immersive experience, covering the models, the procedures and instruments that are recommended internationally to plan and conduct clinical and research activities for Early Detection, surveillance and intervention in children at risk for Cerebral Palsy (CP). It will be based on international guidelines, effective models of knowledge translation, and guided by good clinical and human ethics practice. The course faculty will be constituted of international experts in the field of childhood disability research and clinical care.
The 5-day course will be divided in:
The Summer School experience will be hybrid mode only for presenters. All participating students are requested to attend in person.
The aims of the Summer School are
At the end of the course the participants:
There is no registration cost to the participants as the Summer School is supported by the EU Horizon 2020 project BornToGetThere.
Flights and accommodations are not included and they are borne by each student. Some options for accommodations can be found here.
After the applicant selection process, the European Academy of Childhood Disability and the organising team will consider on a case-by-case basis where assistance to cover part of the travel and/accommodation expenses might be appropriate to support people who may not be able to attend otherwise. Particular emphasis is placed on assisting those from European middle-income and low-income countries (Country Income Classification - World Bank Atlas Method). As such, potential applicants who may not be able to attend otherwise are encouraged to indicate in their application if and why they would need assistance to cover part of the travel and/or accommodation expenses.
11 -15 July 2022
20 June 2022
NOTICE: Should you be interested in the scholarships covering part of the accomodation and/or travel costs, please submit your application no later than May 26th.
Prof. Andrea Guzzetta
Dr. Giuseppina Sgandurra
Summer School Course website: https://www.unipi.it/index.php/health-sciences/item/16581-detection-surveillance-intervention
BornToGetThere Website: http://borntogetthere.eu
BornToGetThere Summer School 2022 Office: BorntoGetThereSummerSchool@fsm.unipi.it
University of Pisa Summer/Winter School Office: email@example.com