2015 Neurodiagnostic Week Theme Contest
Send us your theme or slogan ideas for the 2015 Neurodiagnostic Week
today! For some helpful hints and to submit your entry online visit www.aset.org/themecontest
. You can also submit your entries via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
. All entries will be reviewed by the Social Media Task Force and Facebook poll with the top 5 choices will be posted for you to vote on your favorite. The winning theme will be illustrated on the annual Neurodiagnostic Week poster and distributed to all current ASET members. The winner will be announced on or before January 31. The Entry Deadline is December 31
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. 5# or email@example.com
ASET TREK: Into the Neuron Nebula
.The 2014 ARG is underway! To join the crew, log in as a member and go to the ASET store
to sign up! Participation in this educational game is FREE to ASET members. To learn more and hear about this adventure straight from Officer Spike, click here
. Earn ASET-CEUs too!
The Salary Survey is now open and available for your participation. The survey is open to anyone working in any aspect of the field of neurodiagnostics. To help you get started, click here
to view the detailed salary survey instructions. Please read the instructions before beginning the survey. You will need to visit the ASET store and “order” the 2014 Salary Survey
. Even though the salary survey is a free item in the store, please log into your ASET membership account prior to ordering it. All participates who complete the survey in its entirety will be given access to the compiled data once the survey is closed.
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.
2015 Annual Conference Call for Abstracts. Do you have an interesting case presentation or research results? Share your experiences with your peers while earning ASET-CEUs and a complementary daily registration fee. This is a great opportunity to expand your professional experience, develop presentation skills and network with other professionals in the field.
For more information or questions, contact Faye Mc Nall, 207.350.4087 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The ASET Board of Trustees has adopted revisions to the professional licensure Model Bill. The model bill provides the basic structure and provisions for what should be included in Neurodiagnostic licensure legislation at the state level. For more information, click here.
Free Online Medical Education Series on Safety in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit debuts. Click here
for full story.
The fall 2014 ASET news issue is now available under ASET Newsletter Archives in the Members Only section of the ASET website, click here or visit the ASET News section under the "Publications" tab.
ABRET's CLTM examination program earns national accreditation. Read more.
Renew your 2015 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.
If you do a lot of shopping online, don't forget to register with iGive.com and donate a percentage of your purchases to the ASET Foundation. For more information, click here. To register with iGive.com now and start shopping, click here.