Staff and students present at World DCD Conference in Australia
Five School of Education staff and students have presented at the Seventh World Conference on Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) in Australia.
The conference was attended by 160 delegates from 22 countries across five continents, and took place in Melbourne between February 6 and 9, 2007.
Professor David Sugden chaired the conference and gave the opening speech, "Ecological Explanations of DCD", as well as the closing address.
David was accompanied by Dr Mary Chambers, who gave a presentation on "From identification to intervention: activity development", and three PhD students, Amanda Kirby, Dido Green and Charikleia Sinani.
A total of five verbal presentations and nine posters were presented by the School of Education to other delegates at the event.