Minnesota 2022
Update Conference

Updates

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.

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Delegates for the Minnesota Neuropsychology Conference

I am pleased to report on the results of the delegate nomination and selection process. As indicated in a previous update, the Planning Commission sought nominations first from the 17 neuropsychology organizations, with two delegates selected from each organization’s list of nominees. Because there is currently no neuropsychology organization at the doctoral level, the Planning Commission also sought one delegate each from CUDCP and NCSPP, which, taken together, represent the

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New Podcast Released on the Minnesota Neuropsychology Conference!

Last month I had an enjoyable time speaking with John Bellone and Ryan Van Patten of the NavNeuro podcast. We discussed the history of Houston Conference Guidelines, the rationale for updating them via the Minnesota Neuropsychology Conference, and the planning process for the conference so far. As always, John and Ryan demonstrated their research and interviewing skills to produce an informative and laid-back episode. The direct link is here and

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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 will be notified of their status as delegates on or before May 31, 2022.  

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Delegate Application and Selection

Several people have expressed an interest in applying to be a delegate to the Minnesota 2022 Update Conference. The process of delegate application has two phases. First, each of the seventeen neuropsychology organizations represented on the HCGRPC has been asked to submit a list of 3-5 individuals for consideration by the HCGRPC as delegates. Organization nominees have until February 15, 2022 to complete their applications on the Nominee Portal. Additionally, beginning on

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Official Conference Logo

Official Conference Logo Thanks to our logo designer! I wanted to create a design that captured the element of diversity through color symbolism. Color plays an important role across cultures and time, and I wanted to highlight the rich diversity of organizations within clinical neuropsychology coming together (similar to the shapes coming together to form the whole brain) to form the Houston Conference Guidelines Revision Planning Commission (HCGRPC). Additionally, I

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Houston Conference Guidelines Revision Planning Commission: First Update

Welcome! Welcome to the first update from the Houston Conference Guidelines Revision Planning Commission (HCGRPC), which was formed earlier this year. Our role is not to revise the Houston Conference Guidelines. Rather, we are developing the process by which they will be revised, which will culminate in a conference to be held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, beginning September 12, 2022 (more on that later). That process will be a large group

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