The HOP-ON study (Helping Our Premature infants ON to better motor skills) will develop and evaluate an educational programme that parents can use to show them how to help their premature infants learn movement (motor) skills from an early age. On our website you can find out more about the study and follow our latest progress. We are sponsored by the University of Nottingham and supported by generous grants from Action Medical Research and The Henry Smith Charity.
Please contact the principal investigator, Cris Glazebrook (tel 0115 8230420).
We have now started our 12 month corrected age follow-ups.
At 12 months corrected age, we visit each premature infant at their home to assess their movement skills and development. It is hoped that this will help us find out whether the HOP-ON intervention leads to better movement skills.
You can find out how many 12 month follow-ups we have completed so far by taking a look at our progress graph below.
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c/o Cris GlazebrookDivision of PsychiatryUniversity of NottinghamMedical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH
telephone: +44 (0)115 823 0420
email: Contact HOP-ON
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