I have been doing a little hunt round to see how many journal articles on Conductive Education have been published in the last five years. I did this once before, when I found five articles of note, see
This time my search revealed more, as you can see below:
KELEMEN, A., and others (2013) In vitro fertilization and cerebral palsy; the Pető Institute experience. Practice and Theory in Systems of Education, 8 (3), pp.231-238.
NOVAK, I., and others (2013) A systematic review of interventions for children with cerebral palsy: state of the evidence. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 55(10), October, pp. 885–910.
HERSKIND, A., and others (2014) Early identification and intervention in cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 57(1), January, pp. 29–36.
HORVÁTHNÉ, K. S.,and others (2014) Doktori kutátosok a Pető intézetben [Doctoral studies at the Pető Institute] Iskolakultura,12(4) pp. 20-34
SCHENKER, R. and SUTTON, A. (2014) Researching Conductive Education. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 56(4), April, pp.402-403.
ABBASKHANIAN, A., and others (2015) Rehabilitation interventions for children with cerebral palsy: a systematic review. Journal of Pediatrics Review, January; 3(1):e361. DOI: 10.5812/jpr.361 Published online, 20 January 2015.
ORAVECZ, A. (2015) A Pető Intézet Integrációt segítő mindennapos tevékenysége itthon és külföldön. Különleges Bánásmód, I(4), pp., 49-64
BEK, J., and others (2016) Conductive Education as a method of stroke rehabilitation: a single blinded randomised controlled feasibility study. Stroke Research and Treatment, Published online 2016 Jun 23. doi: 10.1155/2016/5391598
SCHENKER, R., and others (2016) Is a family-centred initiative a family-centred service? A case of a Conductive Education setting for children with cerebral palsy. Child care health and development, (42) 6, November, pp. 909–917.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/cch.12354/pdf [Abstract only]
2016 also brought the publication of a new online journal by the PAF, Tudomány és hivatás, producing two issues so far
It is worth noting that the two systematic reviews only referred to CE briefly, concentrating on other systems.
All items are entered in the Virtual catalogue.