Risk Management Considerations for Safely Reopening Neuropsychology Practice in the Era of COVID-19

Abstract: This webinar will focus on considerations related to resuming in-person neuropsychological (NP) practice in the era of COVID-19. First, it will describe the range of models for providing care to NP patients. In that context, we will discuss the situations in which different models may be more or less appropriate. Second, the webinar will address a risk and benefit analysis relevant to the determination of which model to use. Third, ethical, risk management and legal aspects of the decision-making process will be reviewed.

Continuing Education: 1 CE credit for completing the webinar and passing a quiz based on it.

Presenters: Margaret Lanca, PhD & Daniel Taube, JD, PhD

Materials: The recorded webinar and slides will appear on the page with the quiz once you have purchased it.

Learning Objectives:

  1. List three models of providing neuropsychological services;
  2. Describe four factors to consider in the process of deciding whether to return to in-person services;
  3. Identify three risk management strategies to minimize harm to patients and providers as in-person services resume.