IONM 106: Getting Started with Transcranial Electrical Motor Evoked Potentials



This course is self-paced and open to registration at any time. The course includes reading assignments and exams that are open book. The course has an additional week added to the end of the course to complete the final exam. The course is authored by Leisha Osburn, MEd, R EEG/EP T, CNIM, D ABNM. Course Instructor is Ryan Lau, BA, R EEG/EP T, CNIM, CLTM. Some of the articles for reading must be resourced by the participant but a link is included for locating and purchasing these articles online. Content is in the form of PDF downloads within the course. Some articles are also needed to complete reading assignments and if you do not have access to a library where you may be able to find or download the articles, a link to PUB-MED is provided where you can download the articles for a fee. If you have questions regarding the course, please contact Maureen at: maureen@aset.org

 

This course is open for registration throughout the year. You will be given one year to complete the contents. If you follow the scheduled outline, you should complete your course in aprox. three months. This is an intermediate level course. This course is to introduce neuromonitoring professionals to transcranial electrical motor evoked potential monitoring, various methods, and a historical perspective. This course requires a basic knowledge of IONM practices and procedures. Professionals taking this course should have taken IONM 100-101 or have extensive experience in intraoperative neuromonitoring. 20 ASET CEUs are given for successful completion of this course.




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