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Education > 2017 Education Seminars

 

The ASET Spring Seminars will be held at University of Alabama Campus in Birmingham, AL. A block of rooms has been reserved at the Courtyard by Marriott at UAB.

 


ASET Seminar Courses April 22 - 23, 2017 will be held at University of Alabama Campus, Birmingham, AL

EEG Boot Camp
April 22 - 23, 2017 ♦ Birmingham, AL
Host: University of Alabama Campus
 

Early Bird Registration Deadline March 24, 2017

 

This seminar is packed with information and is designed for technologists with some experience and a basic understanding of EEG.  This course provides an ideal opportunity to prepare for Part I and II of the ABRET exam.   Emphasis is placed on pattern recognition skills for both normal and abnormal patterns for adult and pediatric EEG.  The course includes an overview of instrumentation, filters, and waveform analysis, as well as polarity and localization.  Small group workshops will enhance customized learning, and provide the opportunity to ask questions in an informal setting.  It is also appropriate for experienced technologists who would like to advance their knowledge with a comprehensive review course.
 
This is a comprehensive course that reviews topics of interest to technologists performing routine EEGs. Completion of the 2-day course will award approximately 13 ASET-CEUs that can be applied toward recertification.
 
Course Objectives:
  • Be able to explain basic EEG instrumentation, properties of the differential amplifier, and the effect of filters on waveforms
  • State the polarity convention, determine the polarity of waveforms and localize an event in a variety of montages
  • Practice measuring waveform amplitude and duration and demonstrate the function of filters
  • Build skills in EEG waveform recognition through interactive learning
Who should attend?
This seminar is designed for technologists with some experience and a basic understanding of normal EEG patterns. Technologists planning to take part I or II EEG Board Exam and experienced technologists wishing to enhance or further their knowledge should consider this course.
 
Registration fees on or before March 24:
ASET Member: $275
Non-Member: $320
Student Member: $140
 
Registration fees after March 24 :
ASET Member: $325
Non-Member: $370