Communication in children born very preterm: a prospective cohort study
Katherine Sanchez, Jessica O Boyce, Cristina Mei, Miya St John, Jodie Smith, Linda Leembruggen, Stephanie Mills, Alicia J Spittle, Angela T Morgan
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology | WILEY | Published : 2019
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council
We acknowledge the VIBeS team, which contributed to recruitment, data collection, and analysis; the families and children who participated in this study; and Diane Zannino, who provided statistical consultation. Funding for this study was received from the National Health and Medical Research Council (AM Career Development Award #607315 and Practitioner Fellow #1105008; AS Career Development Fellowship 1108714, Centre for Research Excellence in Newborn Medicine grant 1060733; KS Centre for Research Excellence in Newborn Medicine grant 1060733), an Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship (KS), and Speech Pathology Australia's Nadia Verrall Memorial Research Grant (KS). Murdoch Children's Research Institute research is supported by the Victorian government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program.