Ethical Considerations
for the 21st Century Neuropsychologist

Divisions 22 and 40 CE Webinar

Tuesday, May 2nd at 6 PM - 9 PM EDT
Webinar Is Offered On Demand
Cost for the 3 CE program: Member: $70 | Non-Member: $100 |Non-Licensed Trainee: Free

Applying Technology & Innovation in Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment:
Ethical Considerations

Robert Bilder, Ph.D., ABPP-CN

Participants will be able to:

1) Summarize the core ethical concerns raised in the Minnesota Conference guidelines for competency in Technology and Innovation for clinical neuropsychology.

2) State several ethical pros and cons of applying technology-enabled methods in neuropsychological assessment.

3) Discuss the current state and trends in internet access in the United States.

Ethical considerations for conducting
culturally responsive assessments

Michelle R. Madore, Ph.D.

Participants will be able to:

1) Explain how oppression, power, and privilege contribute to the assessment process.

2) Describe the importance of how contextual and historical factors are used to understand and describe individual culture.

3) Assess one’s level of privilege and how to use it positively impact our patients and participants’ lives.

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