Telehealth Resources During COVID-19
- APA Practice Guidelines for Telepsychology
- APF COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant
- Asian Neuropsychological Association (ANA) – COVID-19 Statement
- ATA Telemed
- Austria Ministry of Health
- IOPC Resources – Covid 19
- Pearson Telepractice Digital Solutions
- Taking Neuropsychology Out of The Office: Extending Our Practice through Telehealth TechnologyMunro Cullum, PhD, Gerard Gioia, PhD and Kenneth Podell, PhD
- The SNS Teleneuropsychology Resource Document – March 21, 2020
- Vienna City Website
Thursday, April 23, 2020
ENCORE LIVE Webinar PRESENTATION
On behalf of the TeleNeuropsychology Subcommittee of the Sports Neuropsychology Action and Professional Practice (SNAPP) Committee, the Sports Neuropsychology Executive Board, and the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards we invite you to attend this free webinar!
1 hour of CE credit will be available for SNS members only
Thursday, April 23, 4-5pm Eastern Time
TELEPSYCHOLOGY and PSYPACT Understanding Interstate Practice during the COVID-19 Crisis and into the Future April 23, 2020
Thursday, April 16-17, 2020
Q&A Forum for Neuropsychology Interns during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Teleneuropsychology (TeleNP) in Response to COVID-19: Practical Guidelines to Balancing Validity Concerns with Clinical Need
VIEW THE WEBINAR REPLAY HERE
Updates from Around the World
COVID-19 is affecting everyone, right across the world. It is not surprising, then, that practice, research, and teaching of neuropsychology have been substantially disrupted. The INS Global Engagement Committee (GEC) is concerned with supporting development of neuropsychology around the world, and particularly in countries where neuropsychology is less well developed. Members of the GEC from across the world have been discussing how practice, research and teaching are being affected, the issues that members are dealing with, and some of the creative solutions being implemented. Here are a few examples from GEC members that reflect a little of what is happening around the world.
In GEC discussions, Dr. Alberto Fernandez (Argentina), Dr. Alia Ammar (United Arab Emirates), Professor Skye McDonald (Australia), Dr. Natalia Ojeda del Pozo (Spain), Dr. Aparna Dutt (India), Dr. Lingani Mbakile-Mahlanz (Botswana), Dr. Leandro Malloy-Diniz (Brazil), Dr Taina Nybo (Finland) and Dr. Elizabeth Kera (US and Croatia) all mentioned that the question of how best to use teleneuropsychology is being explored in their countries. Clearly this is a topic that is exercising the whole neuropsychology community just now.