A group of international neuropsychology experts who are members of the International Neuropsychology Society Special Interest Group (INSSIG): COVID-19 who focus on cross-cultural neuropsychology developed a survey to gain understanding of how mental health professionals are assessing and treating patients who are living with neurocognitive concerns after being diagnosed with COVID-19.
Please give us 10 minutes of your time and complete the survey by clicking on this link https: https://tinyurl.com/4cxxnmh8
This important survey will provide us with much needed insight into whether health care providers are referring patients for neurocognitive assessment, what neuropsychological tests they are using, what challenges they face in seeing COVID-19 patients, and how this differs across countries.
The survey is in English, but is also available in several other languages. Respondents can select a language at the beginning of the survey.
Ethics approval: The study was approved by the James Madison University Institutional Review Board (IRB). The ethics approval for the study is attached.
This survey/research project is being undertaken by Drs. Bernice Marcopulos, Hetta Gouse, Jose Muñoz-Moreno, Emilia Łojek and Lucette Cycique, members of the International Special Interest Group (SIG) - COVID-19 of the International Neuropsychological Society. Responsibility for the content and conduct of the survey/research project lies with the study investigators and not with the International Neuropsychological Society or the Federation of the European Neuropsychological Societies.