The DNA Members listserv is open to all current regular and affiliate members of the DFW Neuropsychological Association. If you are a member and do not yet have listserv access, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request addition to the listserv.
This listserv is designed to connect Dallas/Fort Worth area neuropsychologists, trainees, students, and professionals in related disciplines for discussion about consultation, referrals, job/training opportunities, and other information relevant to the field. In order to foster community ties, there is an expectation that all exchanges within the listserv remain professional, civil, and respectful. All members should abide by the following rules when posting on a DNA list:
The listserv should not be used for illegal purposes, which include but are not limited to copyright infringement, defamation, and violation of criminal law.
a. Respect copyright: Full-text forms of published material should not be posted to the listserv without
the permission of the author and/or publisher.
b. Keep discussions courteous: Personal attacks such as questioning the ideas, motives, or qualifications
of others should be avoided. Falsely accusing someone of incompetence or fraud can tarnish
reputations. Instead, criticism must remain objective, verified by facts, and devoid of personal attacks.
Neuropsychology practice and training within the DFW area is the focus of this listserv.
a. Avoid commercial use: Exchanges on the listserv are not intended to promote business or financial
interests. Advertisements for non-DNA events or products should be limited.
b. No societal debates: Topics such as support or opposition of political candidates/parties or religions
should not take place on the listserv.
Do not share postings, other than notification of training or job opportunities, outside of the listserv without obtaining explicit permission from the author(s).
a. Do not disrupt network services: Sharing chain letters, computer viruses, or unauthorized entry to
other electronics through the listserv is not permitted.
The science and evidence-based support behind neuropsychology practice and training should remain central to posts on the DNA listserv.
Patient confidentiality should be honored and respected on the listserv.
Posts and exchanges between members on the DNA listserv should strive for transparency.