INS holds two meetings each year, including its Annual Meeting in North America every February and its Mid-Year Meeting internationally every July. Each meeting offers three to four days of scientific programming and continuing education workshops. Both meetings are open to members, non-members, professionals and students alike. Attendees represent neuropsychology and a variety of other disciplines.
Since it began in 1973, the INS Annual Meeting has become one of the premier scientific and educational meeting venues for international neuropsychology. Over the past five years, the Annual Meeting has averaged approximately 1700 attendees per year.
The INS Mid-Year Meeting began in 1977 and has been held in a city outside of North America every year since. With attendance averaging between 400 to 800, the Mid-Year meeting is a highly anticipated event on the international scene.