Diversity summit 2008: Challenges in the recruitment and retention of ethnic minorities in neuropsychology
The 2008 Diversity Summit recognized the many advantages of increasing the number of neuropsychologists from ethnically diverse backgrounds. The Summit addressed the aspiration of creating a more ethnically diverse body of neuropsychologists by increasing the recruitment of ethnic minority students to neuropsychology training programs. Challenges to successful recruitment and retention of ethnic minority students were discussion points at the Summit. This paper summarizes and expands these points and also suggests solutions to these challenges with the aim of stimulating innovative approaches to increasing the representation of ethnic minorities in neuropsychology. © 2010 Psychology Press.
Byrd, Desiree; Razani, Jill; Suarez, Paola; Lafosse, Jose M.; Manly, Jennifer; and Attix, Deborah K., "Diversity summit 2008: Challenges in the recruitment and retention of ethnic minorities in neuropsychology" (2010). Regis University Faculty Publications (comprehensive list). 862.