Coviu has partnered with Pearson Clinical to deliver a free, live webinar on the 'Benefits and Challenges of Remote Cognitive Assessments'.
Remote administration of cognitive assessments has rapidly increased over the last few years, with health professionals recreating their in-person processes online.
In early 2022, Coviu conducted a number of customer interviews to understand the key benefits and challenges for providers and clients administering Pearson assessments via Coviu's telehealth platform. As we battle shortages of health professionals, telehealth assessments like Pearson, offer a solution to a strained healthcare system in Australia and abroad.
Join our free, live webinar, 'Benefit and Challenges of Remote Cognitive Assessments', where the presenters will discuss:
Benefits of remote cognitive assessments
Key challenges of remote cognitive assessments
The future of remote cognitive assessments
Cognitive Pearson assessments available via Coviu and how to use them
This webinar will also include a live Q&A.
Can't make it?
This event will be recorded and sent out to all registrants, so make sure you still register your interest to receive a copy.
Valorie has been a Consultant Psychologist with Pearson since 2003, and consults and trains in the area of psychometric assessments. Valorie is a Registered Psychologist in Australia and NZ, and was a Certified School Psychologist in the USA. She earned Psychology and Specialist degrees (EdS) in Educational Psychology and Research from the University of Kansas, and has worked as a School Psychologist in the USA and NZ. She is a full Member of the APS and AAPi, is a Fellow of the APS CEDP, and was a long standing member of the APS Testing and Test Expert Group. She is an international affiliate of the APA and is published in the Journal of Peadiatric Rehabilitation. She also provides private practice services in Sydney.
Dr Annie Banbury is the Clinical Research Lead at Coviu. Annie has a PhD in telehealth and has worked extensively with a range of health and community care organisations to support them effectively implement and embed telehealth into usual care. For her PhD she developed, delivered and evaluated group interventions for older people with chronic disease, specifically designed for telehealth environment, which sought to improve health literacy and social support. Annie has a background in public health and is an advocate for using telehealth to reduce health inequalities
Peter is a psychology graduate and Telehealth Evangelist at Coviu. Peter has trained over 4,000 telehealth practitioners since March 2020. Pete’s domains of expertise are the clinical, administrative, technical, and commercial aspects of telehealth service delivery.
About Coviu and Pearson Clinical
Pearson Clinical is a multinational publishing and education company and the global leader in clinical assessments. Coviu, Australia’s leading telehealth platform partnered with Pearson Clinical in 2015, to create a seamless integration of the two products, to enable allied health professionals to administer Pearson assessments remotely via Coviu.
Coviu’s platform was created specifically for healthcare needs with security and privacy features built into the platform, making it a platform of choice for healthcare professionals in Australia and abroad. Currently, there are 14 Pearson assessments available on Coviu with new assessments being added regularly, including WISC-V, WAIS-IV, CELF-5 A&NZ, CELF P-3 A&NZ, KBIT-2, RBANS® Update, and others. Between 2015 and 2020, a rigorous process was implemented to conduct research into the remote delivery of Pearson assessments over telehealth, followed by extensive usability testing. The process ensured that the remote administration of the assessments closely mimics that of the in-person experience, without compromising the validity and reliability of the results.
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