Speaker slots for our 2017 conference are full; however are accepting speaker applications for our 2018 conference next summer in San Diego. See below for details and/or to submit an application.
Due to an exceptional pool of applicants this year, NAP is providing an opportunity for poster presentations during conference. Posters will be on display in the foyer throughout conference. Interested individuals or groups may submit using the form below. Deadline for Submission: 9/15/17.
Conference format & Speaker Benefits
The NAP Conference occurs over the course of two days, and will kick off with a keynote speaker. The goal of conference is to educate attendees about topics relevant to psychometrists in a clinical or neuropsychological setting. Presenters can expect an interactive audience of approximately 50-75 psychometrists employed throughout the United States and Canada in diverse settings.
Speakers can be psychometrists, neuropsychologists, neurologists, fellows, interns, and/or other professional personnel who work in a similar or related field (e.g. physical, speech, occupational therapy). Presentations should be 60 to 120 minutes in duration. Preferred content are presentations relating to neuropsychological/psychological test administration, scoring and assessment scenarios of our theme’s disorders, as well as, ethics and testing diverse populations topics.
Keynote speaker will receive an honorarium and psychometrists with current NAP membership receive 50% off conference registration. All other speakers receive the following:
Step 1: For NAP to award our attendees with CEU credits, we are required to submit presentation specifics, including abstract, to the Board of Certified Psychometrists (BCP). Please complete one of the two forms available below based on your preferences.
1. Apply via online form
2. Apply via email
Step 2: Send brief bio and professional headshot via email to Lori Bennett.
Deadline for Submission: TBD.
Questions? Heather McManemy, 2018 Conference Coordinator
More information about conference can be found on our conference webpage.
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