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Education: Professionals

Current CE/CME Courses (2014)

  • "Contemporary Developments in Neuropsychology" Symposium
    University of Florida | March 7, 2014

    On March 7, three nationally recognized leaders in Clinical Neuropsychology presented a symposium that offered insights into key new developments in our understanding of brain-behavior relationships. The inaugural "Contemporary Developments in Neuropsychology" Symposium was co-sponsored by the University of Florida Neuropsychology Division in the Department of Clinical & Health Psychology, College of Public Health and Health Professions and by the Interdisciplinary Center for Neuropsychological Studies.

    Gordon Chelune, Ph.D., ABPP (Professor of Neurology at the University of Utah Health Science Center and Senior Neuropsychologist at the Center for Alzheimer's Care, Imaging and Research, University of Utah) discussed "Evidence-Based Practice: Moving from Group Data to Individual Decision Making".

    Please click HERE to download Dr. Chelune's handouts and materials.

  • INS 2013 Mid-Year Meeting: Enhancing Evidence-Based Practice
    International Neuropsychological Society | Mid-Year Meeting: July 10-13, 2013 | Amsterdam

    Dr. Gordon Chelune will discuss Assessing Reliable Change in the 21st Century: Enhancing Evidence-Based Practice on July 10th at the Mid-Year Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society (INS) in Amsterdam. Please click HERE to download Dr. Chelune's handouts and materials.

    For more information about the INS, please visit the INS online at the-ins.org.

  • AACN 2013: Extracting Evidence-Based Information
    American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology | 11th Annual Conference: June 19-22, 2013 | Chicago

    Dr. Gordon Chelune presented "Real World Examples of Evidence-Based and Outcomes Research: Translation to Clinical Practice" in the AACN Foundation Outcomes Measurement Workshop: Incorporating Outcome Measurement in Neuropsychology Research and Clinical Practice on Thursday June 20 at the 11th Annual AACN Conference.

    To download a zip file with Dr. Chelune's handouts and materials, please click HERE. To view the AACN Annual Conference brochure, please click here or visit www.theaacn.org.

  • INS 2013 Annual Meeting: Simple Tools & Reliable Change
    International Neuropsychological Society | 41st Annual Meeting: Feb 6-9, 2013 | Waikoloa

    Dr. Gordon Chelune presented two CE workshops at the 41st Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society in February 2013.

    Click HERE to download Dr. Chelune's handouts and materials for "Simple Tools for the Evidence-Based Practitioner and How To Use Them in Daily Practice". Click HERE to download handouts and materials for "Reliable Change in the 21st Century: Tools You Can Use". To view the Simple Tools course summary and learning objectives, please visit this page at the-ins.org.

    For more information about the INS, please visit the INS online at the-ins.org.

Online CE/CME Course Calendars

  • University of Utah Center on Aging
    The University of Utah Center on Aging unites aging-related research, education, and clinical programs. By linking its faculty and programs, the Center synergizes the growth and progress of interdisciplinary research and supports the development of multidisciplinary clinical and training programs. To view the Center on Aging Events Calendar, which includes CE courses, please visit aging.utah.edu or click here.
  • The Brain Institute at the University of Utah
    The Brain Institute at the University of Utah also sponsors ongoing Neurosciences seminars and CE Events. To learn more about the Brain Institute and sponsored events, please visit brain.utah.edu.

Past CE/CME Courses (2005-2012)

  • Please click here to view both CE and CME courses presented by Alzheimer's Center faculty members between 2005 and 2012.