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INS 44th Annual Meeting: Boston 2015

INS Boston 2016: Continuing Education Program

Important Requirements for All Continuing Education
Participants (How to Obtain Your CE Credits):

There are three distinct steps involved in CE course participation, including 1) registering for a CE course, 2) attending the course and making sure your attendance is documented, and finally, 3) completing a post-activity evaluation for each course attended. Each of these three steps, which is each described in detail in the section immediately below, must be completed in order for course participants to obtain CE credit.

Requirement 1. Separate CE Course Registration

How to add Plenary Session CE Credit now that the meeting is over:

**Please remember that in order to add a plenary session after the meeting has ended, you must have submitted the attendance slip for that session in Boston. You will not be able to add the course if we do not have your attendance slip on file. If you would like to check on the status of your attendance slip before purchasing the CE option for a Plenary Session, please email us at INS@utah.edu.

Payment Option #1: Download and complete this form. Submit the signed, completed form to INS by fax at (+1) 801-487-6270 or by secure email to INS@utah.edu..

Payment Option #2: Call the INS Office at (+1) 801-487-0475. If we have your attendance slip on file, we will be happy to accept your payment information by phone. Our normal business hours are Monday through Friday, from 9 AM to 5 PM, U.S. Mountain Time.

Continuing education options are not included in the meeting's general registration fee. Please note that CE courses are only available to fully registered meeting attendees. The following two types of CE options may be added to general meeting registration:

CE Option #1. CE Workshops

All CE Workshops in Boston require advance registration. Also, to be eligible to receive CE credits, attendees must submit the mandatory attendance slip on-site and must also complete a post-session evaluation for each CE Workshop.

CE Workshops may be added online before the online registration system closes on January 27, or they may be added on-site at the INS Registration Desk in Boston from February 2 to February 6.

PLEASE NOTE: To be admitted to any CE Workshop, attendees must wear their INS badge (all badges are checked at the door).

CE Option #2. Plenary Session CE Credit

Optional Plenary Session CE Credit is also available. A separate registration and fee ARE REQUIRED to enroll in the optional CE component for plenary sessions. Also, to be eligible to receive CE credits, attendees must submit the mandatory attendance slip on-site and they must also complete a post-session evaluation for each plenary session.

PLEASE NOTE: INS Plenary Sessions are open to every registered attendee as part of their general meeting registration fee. Attendees do not need to pay a separate fee or submit an attendance slip for any plenary session unless they wish to enroll in the optional CE component for that session.

Plenary Session CE Credit may be added before, during, or after the meeting has ended. Please note that in order to add CE for a plenary session after the meeting has ended, we must have your attendance slip from that session on file. If we did not receive your attendance slip, you will not be able to add the course.

Requirement 2. Attendance Documentation

In order to obtain CE or CEU credits (and corresponding certificates) from the 44th Annual Meeting, you must submit a completed attendance slip for each CE session you attend in Boston, as well as for plenary sessions that you might want to add in the future**.

**For accreditation we must provide documentation of attendance for the duration of each CE session. In order to receive CE credit for any INS session, you must attend the ENTIRE session, and at the end of the course, you must submit the attendance slip that was offered by the volunteer proctor at the beginning of the session. This includes Plenary Sessions that you might want to add in the future.

Requirement 3. Post-Course Online Evaluation

In order to obtain CE credits (and certificates), you must also successfully complete a post-course evaluation on the INS website. Please note the online evaluation is not required for ASHA CEU participants, but ASHA participants must still register separately for CE courses and provide documentation of attendance as described in #1 and #2 above.

How To Complete the Online, Post-Course Evaluation:

To access CE evaluations for courses you attended, begin by visiting the INS website at www.the-ins.org, and then click on the link on the left side for “Annual Meeting CE” (or go directly by clicking here).

From the list that appears, select the course for which you wish to complete the evaluation, then enter the same email address that you used to register for the meeting. If your registration and attendance are confirmed by the system, the evaluation will appear.

Please note that a separate evaluation is required for each course, so you will need to return to this main page for each evaluation.

When you have finished inputting your answers, please make sure to click the “Download certificate” button at the bottom of the screen to save your answers and generate your certificate (INS cannot recover answers that are not appropriately saved). Your certificate will then download to your computer—it may open in another window, or save to your downloads folder, depending on your browser settings). 

Please contact the INS office at INS@utah.edu with any questions.

INS Boston 2016: Continuing Education Daily Schedule,
Speaker/Planner Disclosures, & Program Accreditation

CE Presenter & Program Planner Disclosures:

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Program Accreditation

CE Credits (CE): American Psychological Association

INS is an APA Approved Sponsor

INS is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor Continuing Education for psychologists. INS maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Up to 17.5 credit hours are available for this program. All CE sessions are geared for advanced level instructional activity.

CE Units (CEU): American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

ASHA Continuing Education Approved Provider

This course is offered for up to 1.75 ASHA CEUs (Advanced Level, Professional area).

INS Boston 2016: Daily CE Schedule

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

3-Hour CE Workshops (3 CE Credits / .3 ASHA CEUs)

CE 1

Peter A. Bandettini, PhD

Functional MRI: The History, Basics, Cutting Edge, and Future

CE 2

Melissa Lamar, PhD
Maria T. Schultheis, PhD

Science and Practice Considerations for Bilingual Neuropsychology: A Focus on the Hispanic/Latino Community

CE 3

Michael Boivin, PhD
Bruno Giordani, PhD

Advancing Developmental Science Through the Application of Pediatric Neuropsychology in Africa

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

3-Hour CE Workshops (3 CE Credits / .3 ASHA CEUs)

CE 4

Alvaro Pascual-Leone, MD, PhD

Characterizing and Guiding Brain Plasticity Across the Lifespan

CE 5

Rhoda Au, PhD, MBA

Cognitive Aging in the Digital Era: Role of Global Partnerships

CE 6

Scott A. Langenecker, PhD

Dynamic Considerations in Neuropsychological Assessment of Depressive Disorders: State, Trait, Scar and Burden

Variable Times

Optional Credit, Plenaries (1 CE Credit / .1 ASHA CEU)

Plenary A
4:30-5:30 PM

Brad Dickerson, MD

The Human Brain Connectome and Cognitive and Affective Function: Normal Individual Variability, Aging, and Neurodegeneration

Thursday, February 4, 2016

7:20 AM - 8:50 AM

1.5-Hour CE Workshops (1.5 CE Credits / .15 ASHA CEUs)

CE 7

Roberta F. White, PhD

Chemical Exposures and the Nervous System: Clinical Findings and Research Evidence

CE 8

Mark W. Bondi, PhD

Mild Cognitive Impairment and Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease: Concepts in Need of Input from Neuropsychology

Variable Times

Optional Credit, Plenaries (1 CE Credit / .1 ASHA CEU)

Plenary B
11am-12pm

Peter A. Bandettini, PhD

There's More There: Extracting New Information From the Functional MRI signal using Novel Acquisition and Processing Methods

Plenary C
2:30-3:30pm

Alvaro Pascual-Leone, MD, PhD

Modulating Brain Networks to Promote Recovery from Brain Injury

Plenary D
5:15-6:15pm

Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, PhD

The INS Herbert Birch Memorial Lecture: Adolescence as a Sensitive Period of Social Brain Development

Friday, February 5, 2016

7:20 AM - 8:50 AM

1.5-Hour CE Workshops (1.5 CE Credits / .15 ASHA CEUs)

CE 9

Katya Rascovsky, PhD

Cognitive and Behavioral Aspects of Frontotemporal Degeneration

CE 10

Michael McCrea, PhD
Grant L. Iverson, PhD

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and the Postconcussion Syndrome: How Does the Science Translate to Clinical Practice?

Variable Times

Optional Credit, Plenaries (1 CE Credit / .1 ASHA CEUs)

Plenary E
11am-12pm

Andrew Gelman, PhD

The Statistical Crisis in Science

Plenary F
3:45-4:45pm

Adele Diamond, PhD

The Development of Executive Functions: Principles and Strategies for Aiding that and Differences by Genotype and Gender

Plenary G
5-6pm

Ann D. Watts, PhD

The INS Presidential Address: Developing Neuropsychology in Developing Countries: An African Perspective

Saturday, February 6, 2016

7:20 AM - 8:50 AM

1.5-Hour CE Workshops (1.5 CE Credits / .15 ASHA CEUs)

CE 11

Jennifer J. Vasterling, PhD

War and the Brain: Neuropsychological Alterations among Returning Veterans

CE 12

Eric Racine, PhD

Introduction to Ethics in the Mind- And Neuro-Sciences (Neuroethics)

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