Tuesday, April 5, 2022
12:00 pm–1:00 pm EDT, 11:00 am–12:00 pm CDT,
10:00 am–11:00 am MDT, 9:00 am–10:00 am PDT
Christine Koterba, PhD, ABBP
Kimberly C. Davis, PhD
Christine Koterba, PhD, ABPP, is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist in the Department of Psychology and Neuropsychology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at Ohio State University. She is also the attending neuropsychologist on the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit and the Associate Director for the Pediatric Neuropsychology Internship Track. She serves on the board of the Brain Injury Association of Ohio, is a co-chair of the Education and Advocacy Committee of the International Pediatric Rehabilitation Collaborative, and is a co-chair of the International Neuropsychology Society Brain Injury Special Interest Group. In addition to her work in pediatric rehabilitation and brain injury, she has particular interest on the impact of acquired illnesses with the potential for neurological impact, such as COVID-19 and MIS-C in children. She has published on COVID-related changes to neuropsychology rehabilitation practice and has presented on the impact of the pandemic on children and pediatric neuropsychology.
Kimberly Davis, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Baylor College of Medicine (BCM), Department of Pediatrics, Division of Psychology and a Pediatric Neuropsychologist at Texas Children’s Hospital (TCH) in Houston, Texas. Dr. Davis is the Attending Neuropsychologist on the Texas Children’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, where she provides comprehensive assessment, consultation, and family education for children, adolescents, and young adults with recently acquired brain injury. She has also established clinical services and pre-doctoral and postdoctoral training curricula for inpatient neuropsychological consultation and outpatient pediatric cognitive rehabilitation. In addition to her work as a clinician-educator, Dr. Davis leads a number of intraprofessional collaborations aiming to enhance care for youth with acquired brain injury. She is the Vice President of the Pediatric Rehabilitation Neuropsychology Collaborative, serves on the board of the International Neuropsychological Society Brain Injury Special Interest Group, and contributes to subcommittees and work groups through the International Paediatric Brain Injury Society, International Pediatric Rehabilitation Collaborative, and American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. She has published and presented on long-term outcomes of pediatric-acquired brain injury and maintains a specific interest in family perceived educational needs throughout the continuum of pediatric brain injury recovery.
At the end of the session, the learner will:
- Discuss 3 challenges to effective communication with families.
- Identify alternative language to use when communicating with families.
- Describe methods to assess caregiver communication preferences.
Audience: This webinar is intended for all members of the rehabilitation team, including medical staff, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, licensed psychologists, mental health professionals, and other interested professionals.
Certificate of Attendance: Certificates of attendance are available for all attendees. No CEs are provided for this course.
Registration: Registration is complimentary for members of IPRC/RCPA. Registration fee for non-members is $179. Not a member yet? Consider joining today. Multiple registrations per organization are permitted.