Feeding back to feed forward: How do we use lessons from adults’ experiences to impact children and families?

Peter Rosenbaum

Peter Rosenbaum

MD, FRCP(C), Canada
Professor of Pediatrics at McMaster University

Peter Rosenbaum has been a Professor of Pediatrics at McMaster University since 1984. In 1989, he co-founded the award-winning CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research, recognized world-wide for its research and dissemination activities. He held an inaugural Tier 1 Canada Research Chairs (2001- 2014), has held more than 80 peer-reviewed research grants, and is a contributing author to > 370 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters.

He has been an invited lecturer and keynote speaker in > 30 countries. National and international recognition includes the Ross Award from the Canadian Pediatric Society (2000); an Honorary Doctor of Science degree, Université Laval (2005); the AACPDM’s first Mentorship Award (2007) and its Lifetime Achievement Award (2014). In 2015, he received the inaugural Holland Bloorview Medal of Excellence for “outstanding achievement and leadership in making positive global advancements in the field of childhood disabilities. In October 2017, he was honoured by the University of Haifa with the university’s Carmel Award of Merit in recognition of his lifetime achievements in childhood disabilities research. In May 2018, he received the Fondation Paralysie Cérébral/Fondation Motrice Prize at the 30th annual meeting of the European Academy of Childhood Disability.

Keynote lecture presented at the 32th EACD Annual Meeting in Poznan, November 26, 2020