With the fourth-wave of COVID-19 impacting the lives of countless children and adults, many psychologists have recognized that tele-assessment approaches are here to stay. In this advanced workshop, we discuss the ethical and practical approaches to conducting tele-assessments and the new learnings that have emerged through a pandemic of testing.
Hear four esteemed tele-assessment psychologists, Dr. Ryan Matchullis, Dr. Mitch Colp, Chris Pawluk, and John Laing discuss this emerging assessment modality within the context of their intra-provincial and cross-jurisdictional approaches.
This panel format session will include short lectures from the speakers, followed by a Q&A session. Participants will have a chance to submit questions in advance of the event, as well as in the live chat. The webinar will be held on October 29, 2021, and will run from 9:00am to 12:00pm (Mountain Time).
This webinar will be hosted using Zoom and recorded for those of you who are unable to attend the live event. All registrants will receive a link to the recorded webinar and all presentation materials several days after the conclusion of the event.
Participants in this workshop will come away with a more developed understanding of:
- The ethical considerations in performing tele-assessments.
- The validity and reliability concerns in performing tele-assessments..
- The environmental considerations in performing tele-assessments.
- The practical logistics in performing tele-assessments.
- The unique challenges in performing tele-assessments.
- The general limitations in performing tele-assessments.
Continuing Education (CE) Credits: Earn 3 CE credits from the Canadian Psychological Association for attending this sponsored event.
Build Great Teams is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Build Great Teams maintains responsibility for the program.
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