Minnesota 2022
Update Conference

References

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Summary of Planning Commission Meetings

The PC met monthly from June 2021 through August 2022, excluding December 2021. All meetings were virtual and held via the Zoom platform. Meetings typically involved a combination of full Commission meetings and breakout sessions as indicated based on need. In addition to PC meetings, the Executive Committee held a special meeting on July 1, […]

Completion of Planning Commission Activities

As the Steering Committee, Content Panel, and Delegates were brought into their defined roles and continued their activities in preparation for the conference, formal actions and votes by the PC were less frequent. Except for the COVID-19 policy approved by the PC during the 7/18/2022 meeting, the last PC votes took place during the 5/16/2022 […]

Overview of Conference Preparation and Group Roles

As noted above, the PC was not designed to revise education and training guidelines. Rather, the PC developed the structure by which that revision was undertaken, as well as supporting structures such as fundraising, fiscal authority, and site selection. Site selection was an early focus, and the University of Minnesota was approved as the conference […]

Planning Commission Initiation and Structure

The first meeting of the Planning Commission was on June 14, 2021, and involved review of the Mandate, timeline of work, commitment of commission, and an introduction of the PC’s structure, which included three subcommittees, each with co-chairs, and an Executive Committee composed of me as Chair and subcommittee co-chairs. Primary and secondary subcommittee membership […]

Antecedents to the Planning Commission

The Houston Conference Policy Statement (Bieliauskas, 1998) provided an integrated model for education and training in clinical neuropsychology. The need to revise what became known as the Houston Conference Guidelines (HCG) has been discussed for over a decade, primarily related to the need for more specific competencies in light of developments both within and outside […]

Introduction

The following is a detailed summary of the formation, functions, and activities of the Houston Conference Guidelines Revision Planning Commission (PC), including antecedents to the formation of the PC; its charge, composition, and activities during the time of its existence from June 2021 through August 2022; and a detailed summary of PC meetings, including approved […]

Houston Conference Guidelines Revision Planning Commission: Summary of Activities from June 2021 – August 2022

The following is a detailed summary of the formation, functions, and activities of the Houston Conference Guidelines Revision Planning Commission (PC), including antecedents to the formation of the PC; its charge, composition, and activities during the time of its existence from June 2021 through August 2022; and a detailed summary of PC meetings, including approved documents that are embedded within that meeting section.

It’s been a busy year so far!

Home Updates Delegate Selection The Delegate Selection Committee has been diligently at work building a slate of delegates as described in the January 11 Update. What added to that task was the incredible response from both organizations nominating delegates and individuals who self-nominated to serve. Delegate applicants have been informed of the delay, and applicants […]