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If you think you’ve found an omission or mistake, or if you have a suggestion as to how PMM could be even more useful for you, please do get in touch via the contact us page, or alternatively email pmmonline.org@gmail.com 

Sorry we cannot reply to requests for clinical advice. Please see our referral pages for advice regarding who to refer to in different clinical scenarios and our pages on the paediatric musculoskeletal multidisciplinary team (MSK MDT) to help you decide which professionals might be able to help you, depending on your local services.

The website is hosted by Newcastle University and has ethical approval as an educational resource. 

PMM and PMM-NURSING have been developed by a collaborative team in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK led by Professor Helen Foster at Newcastle University. We have developed the content from our research with medical students, general practitioners, nursing students, nurses and specialists to find out what health care professionals need to know.

PMM and PMM-NURSING provide the essentials of information, informed through our research and we signpost to more information as needed.

Future iterations will include further contributions from around the world.

We welcome feedback so please do contact us.

The project was funded originally from an unrestricted educational bursary from Pfizer. Further bursaries were obtained from BioMarin and Sobi. These companies had no role in deciding what content should be included.

The platform was developed by Boxmodel Digital http://www.boxmodeldigital.com/

The branding and design were created by everything d.fferent www.everythingdifferent.co.uk

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