The International Neuropsychological Society is a multi-disciplinary, non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing communication among the scientific disciplines which contribute to the understanding of brain-behavior relationships. The Society currently has more than 4700 members throughout the world. The Society holds two meetings per year, including its Annual Meeting in North America every February and its Mid-Year Meeting every July.
43rd Annual Meeting—Denver 2015
Thanks to all our attendees for making the INS 43rd Annual Meeting a great success! Representatives from more than 27 countries were in attendance, making INS truly “the place where the world meets” to exchange ideas and research related to brain-behavior relationships.
How to Obtain CE Certificates: In order to obtain your CE Certificates, you must have submitted the attendance slip for each CE session. To access CE evaluations, click on the link to the left for "Annual Meeting CE" or click here. Select the course you attended and enter the email you used to register. Make sure to click “Download certificate” to save your answers and generate your certificate (your certificate will download to your computer—it may open in another window or save to your downloads folder, depending on your browser settings). Please note that a separate evaluation is required for each course, so you will need to return to the main page above for each evaluation.
You can still download the INS Meeting App to look back on the meeting, or to give us your feedback by completing the Overall Survey. To download, visit www.tripbuildermedia.com/apps/ins15, or
scan the QR code with your device's QR scanner.
You can earn continuing education (CE) credits by reading selected articles in JINS. The cost is $10 per CE credit for current members of INS and $15 per CE credit for non-members. View available JINS articles and earn credit.
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