Rehabilitation Psychology Teaching Rounds and Conferences
Residents in the rehabilitation psychology program have opportunities to participate in a variety of teaching rounds and conferences on a weekly and monthly basis. These are designed to intellectually stimulate and challenge residents and to prepare them for scenarios and issues they will face as practicing rehabilitation psychologists.
- Rehabilitation Psychology Resident Seminar: Meets every other Friday for one hour. Led by Dr. Matthes, Dr. Meites, and Dr. O’Mara. Attendance is mandatory.
- Neuropsychology Resident Seminar: Meets every Friday for one hour. Led by Dr. Lee. Attendance is mandatory for all residents.
- Professional Issues Seminar: Meets every-other Friday for one hour. Led by Drs. Meites and Schneider. Attendance is mandatory for all residents.
- Inpatient Neuro-Rehabilitation Rounds: Conducted every Wednesday and Thursday morning for approximately one and one-half hours. Led by Drs. Kwasnica and Jung. Attendance is required for all residents on the NRU rotation.
- Neurology and Neurosurgery Grand Rounds: Conducted every Friday for one hour. Lectures are given by Barrow faculty or guest faculty on a wide variety of topics in neuroscience. Attendance at relevant lectures is mandatory for all residents.
- Neuroimaging and Neuroanatomy Seminar: Meets every-other Friday for one hour. Led by Drs. Hanson and Eagan. Attendance is recommended for all residents.