Neuropsychological Assessment of Spanish-Speaking Pediatric Populations
The Society for Clinical Neuropsychology─Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee
(SCN-EMA), in collaboration with the Hispanic Neuropsychological Society
(HNS), is proud to announce the next installment in a webinar series geared
to promote diversity from a multicultural perspective.
Christine M. Salinas, Psy.D. Clemente Vega, Psy.D.
This free webinar is designed for trainees and professionals who are
committed to increasing their skills in cultural competence in
neuropsychology, with a specific focus on pediatric populations from
multicultural backgrounds. Drs. Christine Salinas and Clemente Vega will
discuss diagnostic, assessment, advocacy, and ethical considerations. At
the end of the webinar presentation, they will also answer questions from
Dr. Christine Salinas is a neuropsychologist at Boston Children’s Hospital
Epilepsy Division, and is an Instructor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical
School. Dr. Clemente Vega is a Board Certified Clinical Neuropsychologist
who is currently working in the Department of Neurology, Boston Children’s
Hospital, and has a faculty appointment at the Psychiatry Department in the
Harvard Medical School.
We look forward to having you joining us on
January 18th 8pm EST (5pm PST)
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We look forward to you joining us!
Preeti Sunderaraman, Ph.D.
Columbia University Medical Center
Student Representative of Ethnic & Minority Affairs Subcommittee Public Advisory Interest Committee (APA Division 40)
International Student Liaison of the International Neuropsychological Society’s Student Liaison Committee (INS-SLC)