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COVID Silver Linings

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MU Adult Neuropsychology Clinic stayed steps ahead of peers in adapting to serve the community Oct. 8, 2020 Department of Health Psychology clinics in the School of Health Professions serve well over 1,000 patients every year. In addition to clinical service and research in autism, brain injury and rehabilitation, the department’s faculty oversee an extensive psychology training program for pre-doctoral interns and postdoctoral residents. “We are one of the most high-volume clinics in the country when you consider number of patients seen per faculty member,” says Dr. Eric Hart, associate department chair, director of adult neuropsychology, and clinical professor. When COVID came to Columbia in March, the high-volume clinic had to pause operations. Within days, however, they developed and launched a remote telehealth model. By the end of the summer, they were back to full capacity offering modified in-person and remote services. Here’s how they did it. Innovation MU’s neuropsychology...

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