Student Workshop Series

Student Forum (AACN Conference in Chicago, IL, June 5-8, 2019)

Thursday, June 6, 2019

11:15 am – 12:00 pm: “The Road to Competence in Teaching and Supervision in Neuropsychology: Directions and Potholes” by Doug Whiteside, PhD, ABPP and Leslie Guidotti-Breting, PhD, ABPP

12:10 pm – 12:45 pm: TCN Student Paper Runners Up presentation

Friday, June 7, 2019

11:15 am – 12:00 pm: “One Job, Seven (or More) Roles: Neuropsychology in the Rehab Setting” by Aaron Malina, PhD, ABPP

12:10 pm – 12:45 pm: TCN Student Paper First Place Winner presentation

Leitner, Damian; Miller, Harry; & Libben, Maya (2019). Assessing the Predictive Value of a Neuropsychological Model on Concurrent Function in Acute Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, Vol 33 (5).

Information from Past Student Forums

At the 2018 AACN Annual Conference in San Diego, the Student Forum became the Student Workshop Series. This was a new and exciting opportunity to have 3 hours of a student focused workshop! The 2018 Student Workshop Series included:

  1. A presentation by Dr. Whiteside on the PAI entitled: “An Overview of the Personality Assessment Inventory in Neuropsychology
  2. A professional development talk: “Money Matters and Student Debt
  3. Presentations from this year’s TCN Student Project Competition Winners (pictured below)

At the AACN conference in Boston (2017), Drs. Erica Dawson, Brandon Baughman, Amanda Gooding, and current APPCN President, Amy Heffelfinger participated in a panel discussion regarding “Mentorship.”

At the AACN Conference in Chicago (2016), Drs. Baughman, Beebe, Pliskin, and Whiteside moderated a panel discussion on “The Road to Board Certification.”

At the AACN Conference in San Francisco (2015), Dr. Mark Barisa discussed starting and maintaining a clinical practice in the era of changing health care law with a presentation entitled, “Implications of Healthcare Policy Changes and Reform: Why Didn’t They Teach Me This In School?”