Find out what all the buzz is about! ASET's Fall Education Seminar will be in Kansas City, MO, October 15-16. ASET's EEG Bootcamp
is designed for technologists with some experience and a basic understanding of normal EEG patterns. Technologists planning to take the EEG Board Exam and experienced technologists wishing to enhance or further their knowledge should consider this course. Completion of the 2-day course will award approximately 13 ASET-CEUs that can be applied toward recertification. For more information, click here
. To register for this hands-on, 2-day course, click here
2016 Live Webinar Series
. This fall we will begin the second half of the 2016 Live Webinar Series. Join us on September 21 for CLTM Board Prep Resources.
Webinar participants will log onto a website to listen to the lecture and will be allowed to participate in a more interactive way of discussion via a chat box and online polling feature. The speaker will be able to present and interact
with their slides using a pointer or whiteboard. Presentations will be recorded and available in video format, which you can download to your computer or video mp3 player such as an iPod or iPhone after the lecture. For more information on upcoming topics and speakers, click here
. To register, click here
ASET Supports Your Epilepsy Patients
The Brain Techs team is currently raising money to support the Epilepsy Foundation. Please visit our page to donate to this important cause, www.aset.org/braintechs
. The National Walk for Epilepsy was April 16th.
The American Council on Education’s (ACE) Recommendation for college credit expires for all ASET online curricula, in July 2016. For those enrolled in full curricula (EEG, LTM, NCS, IONM) wishing to earn ACE credits, (not ASET CEUs) please have all required course work completed by June 1st. This will allow you time to schedule your final proctored exam and apply for ACE credits prior to the expiration date.
ASET Board of Trustees adopts new position statement
on Skin Safety During EEG Procedures
By Faisal R Jahangiri, MD, CNIM, D.ABNM
This book contains 10 chapters and 11 quizzes and has a total of 600 multiple choice questions. These questions are designed for easy understanding and memorization. This is an excellent resource for someone who is getting trained or is ready to take a certification exam in IONM. This book can be used by technologists, neurophysiologists, neurologists, anesthesiologists, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons or ENT surgeons as a quick guide to understanding the basics of surgical neurophysiology.
ASET Member Price: $95
Non-Member Price: $115
Recording of ASET Symposium on "Preventing Skin Breakdown and Electrode Injuries" now available. If you were unable to attend ASET's 2015 Annual Conference, or watch the live streaming of this year's symposium on preventing skin breakdown, you can now watch the symposium in its entirety on ASET's YouTube channel by clicking here. There is no registration fee or sign-in required. Follow ASET's progress on development of "best practices" for reducing skin injury on social media and this website.
ASET LAUNCHES NEW CAREER CENTER. We are pleased to inform you of the exciting changes to the ASET Career Center. ASET has upgraded our Employment Exchange platform AND launched a strategic partnership with the National Healthcare Career Network (NHCN). NHCN links to the job boards of more than 290 leading healthcare associations and professional organizations. The NHCN initiative allows employers and job seekers to have access to an expanded network of Neurodiagnostic jobs and candidates across the nation. For more information, click here.
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 2016 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.
- Click Submit.
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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