Rules & Guidelines

All entries will be posted on the ASET website for review by the membership and a poll will be created to collect votes.  Social Media will also play a role in promoting the contest and to encourage voting.  The winning poster will be chosen by a member vote based on how well the design portrays the selected theme and overall graphic appeal.  The winning poster will be printed and distributed to ASET members to display in their hospital, lab, or other public setting, so please consider this when designing your poster.

Only original artwork will be considered.

Original signed release forms are required for copyrighted images or materials. Release forms are also needed for “subjects,” whether public or private citizens. If you choose to include pictures in your design, please contact your Hospital’s/Company’s Media/PR department for appropriate signed release forms. 

February 20, 2014

This contest is open to technologists of all ages.

The finished poster size should be 22” x 17” and can be in Portrait or Landscape layout. Images used must be at least 300 dpi.  Artwork color must be in CMYK.  Preferred format is Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign or High Resolution JPEG.  Please save all files to PDF to upload.  The winner will be contacted and required to send all file artwork.

The poster must include the following:
Neurodiagnostic Week
"Neurodiagnostic Professionals: Focused on Your Brain"
April 20 – 26, 2014

Quality patient care through recording and study of the electrical activity of the brain, central nervous system and the peripheral system

Electroencephalography (EEG) - recording of the on-going electrical activity of the brain to assist in diagnosis of epilepsy and a variety of neurological symptoms

Evoked Potentials (EP) - recording nervous system responses to motor and sensory stimuli to evaluate neurological injury or disorders

Intensive Care Unit Continuous EEG Monitoring (ICU/cEEG) - continuous recording of the electrical activity of the brain performed in critical care areas to diagnose, evaluate, and monitor the neurological condition in critically ill patients

Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM) - use of neurophysiological monitoring techniques during surgery to provide information about nervous system integrity

Long-term Monitoring (LTM) - simultaneous recording of EEG and clinical behavior over extended periods of time to assist in diagnosis of intermittent or infrequent disturbances

Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) - recording and analysis of electrical waveforms and the speed of action potentials along nerve fibers

Polysomnography/Sleep Technology (PSG) - recording during sleep using EEG and other physiologic monitors to evaluate sleep and sleep disorders
Each entry must include the artist’s full name, address, phone number and a valid email address.  Use the online entry form to enter and upload your artwork.

One poster will be selected as the grand prize winner to serve as the official 2014 Neurodiagnostic Week poster and will be featured on the ASET website, in broadcast emails and distributed to all ASET members.
  • ASET reserves the right to alter the final poster design or to reject all submissions for the final poster design.
  • All submissions become the property of ASET – The Neurodiagnostic Society and may be used for commercial purposes. No entries will be returned, so please keep all your files of your work.
The grand prize winner will receive credit and acknowledgement on the ASET website, social media and in the ASET newsletter as well as a $100 ASET gift certificate which can be used toward any items in the ASET online store or on a future meeting registration.
For your convenience, please use the electronic entry form here:
Neurodiagnostic Week Poster Contest Entry Form

Submissions 12MB or less may also be emailed to:
Sarah Dolezilek
Marketing and Communications Manager

If so desired you may also mail your artwork on a compact disc submission to:
ASET – The Neurodiagnostic Society
402 E. Bannister Rd, Ste. A
Kansas City, MO 64131

Deadline: Postmarked February 20, 2014

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