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National Survey of Telehealth Neuropsychology Practices

Dear Colleagues,

If you have not yet had an opportunity to complete this national telehealth neuropsychology survey, we would love to include your responses. We are reposting the original information and link in case you would like to respond.

We would like to invite you to participate in a brief survey on psychologists’ attitudes and practices concerning tele-neuropsychology. The survey is approved as human subjects research that qualifies for exempt status by the University of Washington IRB. We are interested in hearing from all licensed psychologists who provide neuropsychological assessment, regardless of whether or not they are practicing neuropsychological assessment over telehealth.

Your responses have the potential to inform advocacy for organizational and managed care support for tele-neuropsychology during this critical time when payors and policymakers are considering data that influence tele-neuropsychology coverage. We plan to disseminate these findings to the neuropsychology community.

The survey is smartphone compatible and takes 10 minutes to complete via Google forms. It can be found here: 

https://forms.gle/AjNmgy9hC3koSfxe8

Thank you for your time and consideration!

Ana Messler, PhD, ABPP

David Hargrave, PsyD, ABPP

Emily Trittschuh, PhD

Jeffrey Sordahl, PsyD, ABPP