AACN Conference 2018

Below are links to evaluation forms for each workshop presented at the 16th Annual Conference of the AACN (June 20-23, 2018 in San Diego, CA). Attendees should complete one evaluation form for each workshop attended. After submitting an evaluation form, attendees will receive a CE certificate by email. Each certificate may also be downloaded or printed from this website.

A handout with instructions is included in each conference attendee’s registration materials. Click here for an extra copy.

Please note the following required prerequisites for completing an evaluation form:

  1. You must have registered for the workshop unless you were presenting it. If you presented some or all of a workshop, please note that your CE certificate was emailed to you on June 24, 2018.
  2. Your badge must have been scanned within 30 minutes of the start of the workshop.
  3. You should have received an email indicating that the evaluation form was ready to be completed. These emails were sent between Thursday, June 21 and Saturday, June 23 after each workshop.
  4. You must be logged into this website.

If any of these prerequisites have not been met, then you will not be able to access the evaluation form. If all four required prerequisites have been met but you are still having an issue, then you may contact us for assistance.

Thursday, June 21 (7:45 am - 8:45 am): 1 CE
1. Introduction to the New CPT Testing Codes
2. ABCN Maintenance of Certification (MOC): A Review of Process and Procedures (2018)
3. Ready in 2018: The ethical and culturally competent neuropsychologist working with Chinese-American children
4. The Role of Neuropsychology in the Assessment of Competencies for Older Workers
5. Forensic Assessment of the Neurotoxicity of Lead: The Importance of Demographic Score Corrections as well as Accurate Assessments of Premorbid Functioning
Thursday, June 21 (9:00 am - 12:00 pm): 3 CEs
6. Part 1: Preparing for the ABPP Board Certification Examination in Clinical Neuropsychology: Everything You Wanted to Know but Didn’t Know Who to Ask
7. Managing a Pediatric Neuropsychology Practice: Lessons learned along the journey from hospital-based to private practice…and everything in between
8. Forensic and Clinical Assessment of Prolonged Symptoms After Reported mTBI in Adults
9. Pragmatic Clinical Neuroethics
10. Student Workshop Series (No CEs)
Thursday, June 21 (2:00 pm - 5:00 pm): 3 CEs
11. Part 2: Preparing for the ABPP Board Certification Examination in Clinical Neuropsychology: Everything You Wanted to Know but Didn’t Know Who to Ask
12. Clinically Relevant Functional Neuroanatomy XIII: An Update on Memory and Amnesia
13. Persistent Symptoms after Pediatric Concussion: Contributing Factors and a Cognitive Behavioral Approach to Intervention
14. Forensic Grand Rounds: Differentiating Actual and Feigned Dementia
15. Prospective Memory in Clinical Practice
Friday, June 22 (7:45 am - 8:45 am): 1 CE
16. Feedback that Sticks: Communicating with Referral Sources and Other Professionals
17. The Incremental Value of Neuropsychological Assessment
18. Book Writing 101: How to propose, write, finish, and sell your book
19. 50 Shades of Grey Matter: Sexuality in Adolescents with Congenital and Acquired Brain Injuries
20. Advances in the Deep Clinical Phenotyping and Epidemiology of Deployment Trauma
Friday, June 22 (9:00 am - 12:00 pm): 3 CEs
21. Part 3: Preparing for the ABPP Board Certification Examination in Clinical Neuropsychology: Everything You Wanted to Know but Didn’t Know Who to Ask
22. Challenges in assessing and assisting military members with mild traumatic brain injuries and persistent postconcussive syndromes
23. Best Practices in Forensic Neuropsychological Assessment of Non-English Speaking Clients
24. Cognitive Remediation in Children and Adolescents
25. Disruptive Technology Initiative: Accelerating Innovation from Idea to Impact
Friday, June 22 (12:15 pm - 1:45 pm): 1.5 CEs
26. AACN Consensus Conference Statement on Uniform Test Score Labeling of Performance Tests
Friday, June 22 (2:00 pm - 5:00 pm): 3 CEs
27. Outcomes and Rehabilitation of Individuals with Chronic Symptoms Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Critical Review and Comparison of Approaches
28. Practical and Ethical Issues in Information Security for Neuropsychologists
29. Update on Current PVT Cut-Offs
30. A 360-Degree Perspective of Cultural Neuropsychology: Developing a Cultural Context for Diverse Clients Using the I AM ECLECTIC Framework
31. Strokes in Little Folks: How Pediatric Stroke Informs Understanding of Neuroplasticity and Vulnerability
Saturday, June 23 (7:45 am - 8:45 am): 1 CE
32. Extreme Environmental Exposures and Cognitive Performance: A Military Research Perspective
33. Quality Improvement: An Introduction
34. Ethical Neuropsychology Practice with Schools: Avoiding Missteps, Misunderstandings, Mistakes, and Malpractice
35. Neuropsychology of Lyme disease: Why is this still controversial?
36. Cannabis and Cognition: The State of the Science on Acute and Long-Term Effects
Saturday, June 23 (9:00 am - 12:00 pm): 3 CEs
37. Functional Somatic Syndromes: Therapeutic Assessment and Management
38. Use of the MMPI-2-RF and PAI validity scales in forensic psychological and neuropsychological assessments
39. Satisfaction of Neuropsychological Services by Health Service Providers: A Multi-Site Study Showing Cracks in the Veneer of Quality Neuropsychological Services
40. Frontiers in Neuropsychological Practice: Recent Research in Multiple Sclerosis and Critical Care Settings
41. Practice Sample Reviewer Workshop (2018)