Presenter Information


  • All deliverables are due no later than Monday, April 15, 2024.
  • Deliverables include your complete recorded presentation using an AACN provided Zoom account in which you recorded to the cloud, as well as your presentation handouts.
  • Presentation handouts should be in color with three slides per page and room for notes.
  • The needed lengths for recorded presentations are as follows: 153 – 180 minutes for 3 CE workshops, 76.5 – 90 minutes for 1.5 CE workshops, and 51 – 60 minutes for 1 CE workshops. Unlike the in-person version of the presentation you will deliver in June, recorded workshops do not have Q&A or scheduled breaks unless you specifically build a Q&A section into your presentation.

Either approach is fine. The best approach will depend partly on logistics and partly on presenter preferences. 

Logistically, it may be hard to get all presenters together at the same time if they are in different time zones. On the other hand, getting everyone together at once also facilitates practice and may make it easier to ensure that each part is done as intended.

From a presentation flow point of view, it will look fine for each presenter to record his/her portion individually. We will merge the videos post hoc in the order that you prefer. On the other hand, some presenter groups may want to interact during the recording (e.g., ask one another questions or discuss different points of view). For presentations envisioned in a more interactive style, having everyone record together as a group will be most conducive toward that end.

No, it is optional. You may use whatever background you want. We simply wanted to have one available for those wanting to use the conference theme.

Yes, but this only works if you use a second screen (which functions in a manner like a projector would at an in-person conference). For example, the following setup would be ideal.

1. Connect your laptop to an external monitor. Use your laptop’s screen as your primary one with the presentation in presenter view. You will be able to look at your notes that way while looking at your laptop’s webcam, which will make it seem like you’re talking to the audience. 
2. Use the external monitor for the slide show (non-presenter view). When you’re ready to record in Zoom, share your screen and select the window being shown in the external monitor.
Or, if you’re using a desktop, you could do the same thing but would need to be connected to two monitors (since the desktop won’t have a built-in one unless it is an all-in-one model, such as an iMac). Be sure to place your webcam on the monitor showing your slides in presenter view so that your gaze will be directed toward the audience.

Yes, you may have someone join your Zoom meeting for this purpose or have a co-presenter responsible for the slides. Please see this Zoom support document for details on how to configure this option.

All workshops should be recorded as described in the Instructions for Recording in Zoom. It is not necessary to add breaks since the presenters may pause the recording if they need a break, and the viewers may do the same thing.

  • Workshops for 3 CE credits should be 153-180 minutes in length. 
  • Workshops for 1.5 CE credits should be 76.5-90 minutes in length.
  • Workshops for 1 CE credit should be 51-60 minutes in length.

No problem, we are here to help! Please submit your question using the following form.

WorkshopRecording completedHandouts submitted
Thursday, June 6, 2024 (8:00 AM - 11:00 AM)
1. Functional Neurological Disorder in Kids and Teens: The State of the Science and Recommendations for PracticeYesYes
2. Expanding Your Validity Test Toolbox: Lesser Utilized PVTs and SVTs That Should Be ConsideredYesYes
3. Women in Neuropsychology (WIN) Presents: Current Directions in Women’s Neuropsychology ResearchYesYes
4. Neuroradiology for NeuropsychologistsYesYes
5. Navigating Sport-Related Concussion: Advanced Evaluation and Proactive Management to Promote Athlete Brain HealthYesYes
Thursday, June 6, 2024 (11:15 AM - 12:45 PM)
7. Are We Loosening the Definition of Disability?YesYes
8. Subspecialty Certification in Pediatric Neuropsychology through American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology (ABCN): Overview and Exam PreparationYesYes
9. Holistic Recruitment: Rationale and Guidance for Increasing Recruitment of Diverse TraineesYesYes
Thursday, June 6, 2024 (12:45 PM - 1:45 PM)
10. American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology (ABCN) Maintenance of Certification (MOC): An Updated Review of Process and ProceduresYesYes
Thursday, June 6, 2024 (2:00 PM - 5:00 PM)
12. Promoting Successful Transition of Care Through Cognitive Remediation: Reflections and Insights Across Clinical and Research ApplicationsYesYes
13. Critical Review of Recently Published Studies Claiming Long-term Neurocognitive and Psychiatric Abnormalities in Mild Traumatic Brain InjuryYesYes
14. Preparing for the ABPP Board Certification Examination in Clinical Neuropsychology (Part 1): Policies and ProceduresYesYes
15. Practicing with Cultural Humility: Gender Affirmative NeuropsychologyYesYes
16. Fundamentals of Parkinson’s Disease: Clinical Features and Treatment From the Early-to-Late StagesYesYes
Friday, June 7, 2024 (8:00 AM - 11:00 AM)
20. Preparing for the ABPP Board Certification Examination in Clinical Neuropsychology (Part 2): Practice Sample Submission and DefenseYesYes
21. Putting New Care Models into Action: Approaches to Implementation of Innovative Pediatric Neuropsychological Care ServicesYesYes
22. Forensic Neuropsychology: New Cases, Persistent Controversies, Legislative Developments, and an IOPC Task Force Update on Test Security/Third Party ObservationYesYes
23. Adult Neuropsychological Evaluation of Long COVID-19: Cognitive, Psychological, and Performance Validity ConsiderationsYesYes
24. Responsibly Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Enhance the Practice of Clinical NeuropsychologyPartiallyYes
Friday, June 7, 2024 (11:15 AM - 12:45 PM)
25. What Does Every Neuropsychologist Need to Know About Lecanemab?YesYes
Friday, June 7, 2024 (2:00 PM - 5:00 PM)
28. Preparing for the ABPP Board Certification Examination in Clinical Neuropsychology (Part 3): Oral Examination in Ethics/Professional Development and Fact FindingYesYes
29. The Impact of COVID-19 on Children: Pediatric Neuropsychological Considerations in Severe Acute Illness and Long COVIDYesYes
30. Factitious: Human Deception, Not DisorderYesYes
31. Evidence-Based Assessment of Learning Disabilities and ADHD in Older Adolescents and AdultsYesYes
32. Technology and Innovation in Neuropsychological Teaching, Testing and Treatment: Practical Solutions for Practitioners and EducatorsYesYes
Saturday, June 8, 2024 (9:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
35. Culturally Informed Concussion Care: Ethical Considerations and Clinical Insights from a Southwestern Hispanic/Bilingual PopulationYesYes
36. Providing Engaging, Understandable, and Compelling Expert Witness Testimony: Preparing for the Difficult Yet Rewarding Work of Forensic NeuropsychologyYesYes
37. Best Practices and Practical Guidance for Survey Research in NeuropsychologyYesYes
38. Hydrocephalus: A Lifespan DisorderYesYes
39. Neuropsychology-Related Health Disparities in Diverse US populations: Practical Steps ForwardYesYes

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