Dr Natalie Phillips
Professor, Dept of Psychology
Concordia Univ, Quebec, Canada
Dr Natalie Phillips is one of the original co-developers of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MOCA), one of the most widely use cognitive tools in the world. The initial developer team consisted of Ziad Nasreddine, Howard Chertkow and Natalie in 2005. Dr Walter Wittich became involved in 2010 when he was interested in the effect of eliminating visual items from the test. Recently, due to the push for remote assessments, there has a been a lot of interest in using the MOCA remotely.
Dr Natalie Phillips is a contributor to the following academies
On Demand Events
Dr Natalie Phillips spoke at these On Demand events...
Remote cognitive testing with older people with hearing and vision impairment