58| Keeping Neuropsychology Relevant: The AACN Relevance 2050 Initiative – With Dr. Tony Stringer
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The Relevance 2050 Initiative was first approved by the board of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN) in 2015 to direct efforts to address the increasing diversity of the United States.  The Relevance 2050 Committee continues to support initiatives to recruit a more diverse pool of neuropsychologists, develop multicultural and multilinguistic norms, and to offer a network for neuropsychologists interested in diversity issues.  John and Ryan talk with Dr. Anthony “Tony” Stringer, Ph.D., C.P.C.R.T., ABPP-CN, about the AACN Relevance 2050 Initiative and how neuropsychology can stay “relevant.”

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