PNS Fall Ethics Symposium: Neuroethics
October 08, 2013
Please join us for our Fall Ethics Symposium:
Speaker: Cynthia S. Kubu, PhD, ABPP-CN
Neuropsychologist and Professor of Medicine
Center for Neurological Restoration, Cleveland Clinic
When: Friday, November 1, 2013
Time: 9:00AM-12:15PM (3 CEs*)
Location: Disque Hall, room 109, Drexel Main Campus
The Relevance of C. P. Snow to Neuropsychology (or The Humanities, Neurobiology and Neuroethics)
- Participant will describe C. P. Snow’s thesis regarding two cultures.
- Participant will discuss ways in which the humanities can impact clinical neuropsychology practice.
- Participant will identify current issues in neuroethics.
Ethical Tensions in the Neuropsychological Evaluation of the “Worried Well”
- Participant will identify professional standards relevant to treatment of the “worried well.”
- Participant will reflect on the importance of the ethical standards of beneficence, respect for autonomy and justice in the treatment of the “worried well.”
- Participant will describe the importance of the cortical and subcortical components of a neurobehavioral model of stress.
- On-line registration will close at 5pm on Wednesday, October 30th. Space permitting, on-site registration will also be available.
- If you would like CE credits, add the PNS Member or Non-Member CE credit fees to your cart before checking out.
*CE Credits will be available
PNS is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. PNS maintains responsibility for this program and its content.