2017 Call for Abstracts: Deadline Extended
There is still time for you to submit your abstract for consideration in this year's Annual Conference program. For more information on this unique opportunity to showcase your research, interesting experience, case presentation, or a procedural update, click here
. To submit your abstract now, click here
. The extended deadline for submissions is March 31, 2017
Neurodiagnostics: It's Electrifying
April 16 - 22, 2017
Neurodiagnostic Week points out the many ways in which neurodiagnostic professionals work to ensure the health of all Americans, not only in their day to day practice, but through advocacy, education and research. During this week, hospitals, schools and other institutions acknowledge the year-round efforts of neurodiagnostic technologists. If you are not already celebrating Neurodiagnostic Week in your area, this is a good year to start. Need Ideas: How You Can Celebrate
! Don't forget to Order Recognition Items today!
ASET Spring Seminar: EEG Boot Camp
University of Alabama Birmingham
Join us April 22-23, 2017 in Birmingham Alabama for a comprehensive 2-day course designed to prepare you to for Part I and II of the ABRET exam. Small group workshops will enhance customized learning, and provide the opportunity to ask questions. This course is also appropriate for experienced technologists who would like to advance their knowledge with a comprehensive review course. Earn up to 14 ASET-CEUs. For more information, click here
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ASET Foundation announces availability of CSS scholarships to 2017 ASET Annual Conference
. For details click here
. Deadline for filing scholarship applications is May 15, 2017
Nominations now open for Trustees Award.
for more information and nomination instructions. Deadline for nominations is May 15, 2017
Skin Safety During EEG Procedures Video
is now available for public viewing. To view the full video,
New Medical Editor: The ASET Board of Trustees appointed Satyanarayana “Satya” Gedela, M.D., MRCP, to the position of Medical Editor for The Neurodiagnostic Journal. Dr. Gedela is the Medical Director of the Epilepsy Surgery Program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in OH and Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Neurology at Ohio State. As a distinguished clinician, teacher, author, and researcher, we are confident with his leadership, the Journal will continue to be a vital source of information and education for Neurodiagnostic professionals.
New publication now available in ASET online store:
Contemporary Diagnosis and Management of the Patient with Epilepsy, Sixth Edition, Ilo E. Leppik, MD. This publication is a required text for the online course, EEG 209. To view or purchase this item, click here
2016 ASET Symposium Recording - Now Available
. If you were unable to attend ASET's 2016 Annual Conference, you can now watch the symposium, "Urgent! Licensure Lifeboat to Protect Neurodiagnostic Technology Scope of Practice!" in its entirety by clicking here
. This is a FREE recording
. Present and imminent threats to our Scope of Practice abound. Neurodiagnostic Technologists have lost their jobs to non-credentialed and inexperienced replacements as hospitals and clinics struggle to cut cost. Without a license to protect our scope of practice, others will take ownership of duties traditionally performed by Neurodiagnostic Technologists. The field is being usurped by others and we are being deemed unqualified to do what we have chosen, studied and trained to do. Having a license specific to neurodiagnostics is the only way to protect our jobs and ensure quality testing for our patients. To protect our scope of practice and the patients we serve we need to come together and support the enactment of legislation requiring a professional license to perform neurodiagnostic procedures. The symposium will provide you information on the issue and how you can become involved in the licensure effort.
Licensure Data Collection
. ASET is collecting data that will support the passage of state licensure legislation for Neurodiagnostic professionals. We need your assistance in collecting stories that will demonstrate to elected officials that properly educated and trained neurodiagnostic technologists provide the best patient care. Complete details on how you can share stories can be found by clicking here
. If you have questions or need additional information please contact Bradley A. Hix, Governmental & Grassroots Advocacy Manager. He may be reached at 816.931.1120, ext. 105# or email@example.com
To honor deceased colleagues and members, ASET has created an In Memoriam
page on our website. Remembering each member of the Neurodiagnostic Community and honoring their contribution is our goal and privilege.
Renew your 2017 Membership Online
Log into the member login boxes on the left with your username and password.
On the Members Only Welcome page, click on the first bulleted item, Renew Online Individual Membership.
From the Membership Renewal Form, verify your contact information is correct and enter in your payment information.
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the ASET Foundation.
and learn how the Foundation is empowering and encouraging students and working technologists to pursue neurodiagnostic education, further professional interests, enhance knowledge, and improve skills.
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