ASSESSING MEMORY AND ATTENTION IN CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY WITH THE BMIPB-II
Wednesday 18th November 10.00 – 11.30am
We are pleased to announce our webinar “Assessing memory and attention in clinical neuropsychology with the BMIPB-II”.
The BIRT Memory and Information Processing Battery (BMIPB) is a collection of tests used by Clinical Psychologists and Neuropsychologists to measure the effects of damage to the brain on memory and other cognitive abilities. It can follow a person’s recovery and inform clinicians’ planning of individual rehabilitation programmes. It is also useful in the diagnosis and monitoring of neurocognitive conditions such as dementia.
In early 2020, the Trust launched a new edition of this classic test battery. This 90 minute webinar will give you the opportunity to hear from the test authors and experienced clinical practitioners about the development of the new and larger normative sample, new sub-tests and expanded interpretation features that make the new BMIPB-II an excellent tool to use in a variety of clinical settings, from neurosurgery to rehabilitation.
Join us for free at 10am BST on 18th November.
Find out more and sign up here