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Class Tópicos Emergentes em Neuropsicologia Clínica

  • Presentation

    Presentation

    The curricular unit "Emerging Topics in Clinical Neuropsychology" aims to equip students to identify and address contemporary challenges in clinical neuropsychology, ranging from social and health issues to technological innovations. Through a practical and interactive approach, students explore topics such as public policies, technological advancements, and evidence-based practices, while developing skills to plan and execute innovative community projects in the field of clinical neuropsychology, thus contributing to problem-solving at multiple levels - individual, community, and policy.

  • Code

    Code

    ULP6819-25475
  • Syllabus

    Syllabus

    CP1) Emerging topics in Neuropsychology

    - Thematic Seminar 1: Current Societal Challenges (example: public policies and inequality in access to neuropsychology)

    - Thematic Seminar 2: Emerging Health Challenges (eg oncology, cardiovascular diseases and infectious diseases)

    - Thematic Seminar 3: Technological Innovation challenges (example: virtual reality, the emergence of computational neuropsychology and artificial intelligence)

    - Thematic Seminar 4: Recent advances in evidence-based practice in Clinical Neuropsychology 

     

    CP2) Community Projects in Neuropsychology

    - Design and planning of innovative community projects in an emerging topic

    - Impact evaluation strategies in community projects

  • Objectives

    Objectives

    OA1. Identify emerging issues and challenges with recognized or potential impacts in clinical neuropsychology

    OA2. Describe the role of neuropsychologists in addressing these issues at multiple levels (individual, community, public policy)

    OA3. Plan a project on an emerging topic in clinical neuropsychology (to be assigned by the professor), incorporating outcome evaluation and evidence-based strategies.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    • Active and autonomous learning, with practical group dynamics.
    • Oral presentation supported by audiovisual materials.
    • Interactive dialogue and active feedback from teachers and peers.
    • Coordination with public, private and social organizations in the region.
    • Critical and thoughtful use of artificial intelligence tools.
  • References

    References

    Choi, J. M., & Murphy, J. W. (Eds.). (2021). Community-based Service Delivery: Theory and Implementation. Routledge.

     

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