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I take my MOC exam late April. I decided to use NNCI to help with study and got started last night. It kept me up an hour after I meant to go to sleep. Thus far, awesome! I’m so excited to learn this stuff. And its interactivity kept my attention. It’s practical and exciting. Looking forward to studying tonight–which pretty much says it all.
This was a FANTASTIC BRAIN meeting — the best I have attended. The three architects did a great job. It was also a great deal of fun, the discussions were lively, and the whole thing energized me to tackle the “neuroscience dilemma” in my program. Thanks to all.
Wonderful. Best education experience I have ever attended. I felt so enthused afterwards. Amazing to just do small group workshops and abandon lectures entirely. I would vote for this learning model to be adopted from now on.
Excellent workshop which greatly enhanced my knowledge of neuroscience and would help improve my teaching abilities.
An excellent conference, full of ideas and suggestions enthusiastically presented. Invigorating. I found the speakers informative, and responsive to the audience. Great suggestions for using technology, both low and high tech.
This was the most useful and outstanding day-long conference I’ve been to. Great with its interactivity. So helpful for collaboration nationally. Wish there were more of this!
Excellent use of different teaching modalities (especially interactive and small group methods) and media. Thoughtful and broad approach.
This was the best pre-conference workshop I have been to. It was well planned, clear, well organized, a fantastic topic and a lot of fun! All leaders did a phenomenal job. I have only praise to give.
Innovative and engaging small group teaching approaches that have applicability back to one’s own training program. Great effort on the part of the organizers!
Bravo. Excellent implementation of a plan to avoid the traditional plenary approach and do something more interactive.
Outstanding presentation of innovative methods on a topic of critical importance to the future sustainability of our field. Best part of the entire AADPRT meeting.
Dr. David Ross speaks about the NNCI at the 2014 World Congress on Brain, Behavior and Emotions in Montreal, Canada.
Dr. Melissa Arbuckle speaks about the NNCI with MD Magazine at the 2017 American Psychiatric Association Meeting in San Diego, California. You can also check out an interview with Dr. Arbuckle for Psychiatric Times here: Neuroscience Education: Relevant, Stigma Reducing, and Fun to Learn