2020 Fall Conference

The CNS Board is delighted to announce our program for the annual Fall Conference being held on Friday, October 2, 2020 via Zoom.

Our program this year features Dr. Cullum, whose sessions will be both informative and thought-provoking.

Special pricing for CNS Members is available!


Session 1: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm MST – Telehealth Meets Neuropsychology

Session 2: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm MST – Concussion

Business Meeting for Members – 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm MST

Session 1
Telehealth Meets Neuropsychology – C. Munro Cullum, PhD, ABPP

Telehealth is rapidly expanding across many areas of healthcare and has implications and opportunities for the field of neuropsychology. This presentation will provide a review of the history of teleneuropsychology with an emphasis on practical aspects and the evidence supporting its use. This will include an overview of different models of remote assessment and factors to be considered in using teleneuropsychology in practice. The neuropsychological tests that have been studied using videoconference administration will be reviewed along with the evidence supporting the reliability, validity, and consumer acceptability of teleneuropsychology in various populations. Clinical and research applications will be discussed, as well as future implications of this unique approach to the delivery of neuropsychological services.

Session 2
Concussion: Diagnosis, Assessment, and Long-Term Outcomes – C. Munro Cullum, PhD, ABPP

Concussion is a hot topic that has received a great deal of attention in the media and scientific literature in recent years. Information about the acute and potential longer-term effects of this common injury is growing, as is misinformation. This workshop will provide an overview of the facts and myths of concussion, including current diagnostic, assessment, and surveillance practices and research findings. There will be an emphasis on concussion outcomes, including typical and atypical recovery, risk factors, and predictors of recovery. This will be followed by a critical review and summary of the literature on the relationship between concussion and chronic traumatic encephalopathy and needs for future research on concussion.


Zoom will be used with both Live and Static versions of the talks. Please ensure you indicate which version you will be attending during registration


Non-Member Professionals (to get CE credits)

Single Session: $30
Both Sessions: $55

Non-Member Students (no CE credits will be issued)

Single Session: $15
Both Session: $25
Discount codes will be sent to active CNS members via the listserv to obtain the pricing on the second page.

CNS Member Rates (to get CE Credits)

Single Session: $25
Both Sessions: $45

CNS Trainee Rate (No CE Credits will be issued): Free

Registration Deadline: September 25, 2020

Conference Objectives

For Session 1 (Cullum), Participants attending the conference will be able to:

  • Describe the history, opportunities, and challenges involved with teleneuropsychology practice
  • Consider ways to integrate teleneuropsychology into their current practice
  • Summarize evidence supporting the use of teleneuropsychology

For Session 2 (Cullum), Participants attending the conference will be able to:

  • Identify common myths about concussion and what the literature actually shows
  • Describe concussion recovery and factors associated with prolonged symptoms
  • Discuss current research findings on CTE and what we should tell patients

This program includes up to 4.0 CEs (2.0 per session).  The University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. GSPP maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

*Static course offerings for Session 1 and 2 will be offered for 1 week after the live event (until 10/9/2020). Questionnaires and quizzes will be due on 10/9/2020 to get CE certificates.

For additional information or any questions, contact the CNS Executive Board at info@coloradoneuropsych.org

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