The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is pleased to extend an invitation to the upcoming 2023 Annual Cooper Conference, Interpersonal Neurology: Communication Disorders Across the Lifespan. This seminal event hosted by the Departments of Psychiatry and Neurology will delve into the intricacies of communication disorders, discussing their neurobiological underpinnings and clinical manifestations throughout various stages of life. Providers, students, and others interested in communication disorders across the lifespan are encouraged to attend.
Key Highlights of the Symposium:
Learning Objectives: Understand neurological conditions affecting communication across the lifespan. Recognize and respect cross-cultural sensitivities in treatment. Reflect for deeper understanding and improved practice. Grasp future trends in communication, emphasizing data collection and therapy in real-life settings like home, work, school, and play.
Communication Disorders Through the Lifespan: A comprehensive exploration into the myriad of communication disorders, from those present in childhood to those emerging in later life stages. Understanding onset, progression, and clinical implications will be central to discussions.
Immune System Interactions: Presentations detailing current research into the profound relationships between our immune system, brain structures (particularly white matter), and their collective impact on cognitive and communicative faculties.
Practical Workshops: Engaging sessions that emphasize evidence-based strategies for optimal patient communication. These workshops will integrate the latest findings, promoting a multidisciplinary approach to patient care and facilitating the exchange of best practices among peers.
Expert Panel Discussions: Engage with leaders in the fields of neurology, psychology, speech pathology, and more. These panels will dissect the latest challenges and advancements in communication disorder research and treatment.
Networking Opportunities: Cultivate connections with fellow medical professionals, fostering an environment of collaboration and peer-to-peer learning. A focus on interdisciplinary dialogue will help enrich our collective understanding and approach to patient care.
Conference Information, Registration, and More:
Date: Friday, November 3rd, 2023
Time: Please join us for light refreshments starting at 8am. Sessions begin at 8:30am.
Location: Anschutz Medical Campus, Fitzsimons Building (Building 500), Buchnell Auditorium (top floor)
Target Audience: MDs, PhDs, SLPs, PTs, OTs, BCBAs, students, and others who wish to learn more about communication disorders across the lifespan.
Registration: Please CLICK HERE to register for the symposium
More details, including the schedule of events, can be found on the main Cooper Conference landing page HERE.
The Interpersonal Neurology: Communication Disorders Across the Lifespan symposium stands as an essential convergence of expertise, aimed at pushing the boundaries of our understanding of these disorders and enhancing the quality of patient care. We believe that together, through rigorous discourse and shared insights, we can drive forward our field’s knowledge base and clinical efficacy and improve the lives of those impacted by communication disorders. We look forward to seeing you!
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