In Part 2, we continue our discussion about childhood cancer with Dr. Christine Trask. We talk about the ins and outs of testing, the impact of neuroplasticity, academic effects of symptoms and treatment, neuropsych recommendations, report writing for multiple consumers (e.g., physician, parent, teacher), delivering feedback, training in peds onc, and other topics.
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An introduction to the role of a neuropsychologist in assessing children with cancer, with Christine Trask, Ph.D., ABPP-CN. Christine walks us through essential concepts in the biology of cancer, pros and cons of current treatments, and strategies for successful clinical interactions with pediatric patients and their families.
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Join us for a conceptual conversation with Dr. Steve Correia, a board-certified neuropsychologist with extensive neuroimaging experience. We talk about how to increase your skill in interpreting brain scans, how to communicate effectively with radiologists, and the relationship between brain structure and function, among many other things. As always, we hope you enjoy the show!
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We interviewed Stephen Correia, Ph.D., ABPP-CN, a neuropsychologist with extensive research and clinical training in the use of imaging techniques. In this week’s episode, we cover the following content related to clinical neuroimaging, with a focus on adult patient populations and computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques:
This week’s episode is meant for non-neuropsychologists, but neuropsychologists and trainees might enjoy hearing how we introduce the field. We introduce and talk about what neuropsychology is and what neuropsychologists do. Content includes: