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The NNCI is a collaboration between educators and neuroscientists. The overarching aim of the NNCI is to create, pilot, and disseminate a comprehensive set of shared resources that will help train psychiatrists and other mental health providers to integrate a modern neuroscience perspective into every facet of their clinical work. To meet this aim we have developed engaging and interactive exercises for teaching in the classroom in addition to brief videos and resources for self-study and clinical supervision.

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Get quick access to our series of Clinical Commentaries published in Biological Psychiatry.

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Dr. Tom Insel, Former Director of NIMH, Writes about the NNCI

“By changing the training of the next generation, we not only prepare for the future, we create it.”
Read the entire post by Dr. Tom Insel at the NIMH Director’s Blog.

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About the NNCI and the BRAIN Conference

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Dr. Melissa Arbuckle and Dr. David Ross talk about the mission of the NNCI.

2014 World Brain Congress

Dr. David Ross speaks about the NNCI at the 2014 World Congress on Brain, Behavior and Emotions in Montreal, Canada.

2017 APA Annual Meeting

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

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