title Neuroimaging in Old Age Psychiatry
description This is really something. A one-paragraph transcript caption linked to 30 seconds of on demand video, synched with PowerPoint and subtitle links in the sidebar in an enhanced learning portal for a day-long workshop (quizzes at the end). Seamless clicking from slide to slide/video to video between different parts of a talk and even different talks. (Sadly, the text is not searchable, and worse, it’s IE only, so the quest for best new media goes on.) Dozens of MRI, CT, SPECT, diffusion tensor and other types of images of brains with discussion of imaging techniques and the impact on research. Awesome.
producer International Psychogeriatrics Association
featuring Dr. David Ames, Dr. Patricia Desmond, John O’Brien DM
format Internet Explorer only, custom window
date May 05
length approx 06:00:00 total in 30 second modules
link http://blueskybroadcast.com/Client/IPA/

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APA Reference
Kiume, S. (2008). Psychogeriatric Neuroimaging. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 1, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/channeln/2008/03/psychogeriatric-neuroimaging/

 

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