Virtual Annual Conference
Registration open for virtual conference!
The health and safety of our attendees, the patients you serve, your families and friends are ASET’s highest priority at this time. Therefore, we are announcing that the ASET Annual Conference in San Diego, CA has not been cancelled, but is postponed until 2021. This year, however, the ASET 61st Annual Conference will be presented in a virtual meeting setting. This was a difficult decision to make but considering the global pandemic and the changes within your own institutions, we believe this is the only option for us this year.
We are excited and grateful for the opportunity to continue to provide you with outstanding educational lectures, webinars and information essential to your professional development. While we all wish we could be together in sunny San Diego this year, we are motivated more than ever to deliver the most up-to-date and relevant Neurodiagnostic education to you and your peers.
What does this mean?
This is ASET’s first ever virtual Annual Conference and we are diligently planning the event now. We ask that you be patient with us during this time and we will provide you with information as soon as possible. We encourage you to visit the ASET website frequently for additional updates.
Start making plans now to join us virtually for the ASET 61st Annual Conference, August 20–22, 2020!
Exhibitors and Sponsors:
We know you must have many questions and concerns. We are aware of your financial commitment to ASET, so if you have any questions, please contact Aman Ayalew to discuss options for this year and 2021.
We look forward to you joining us at Town & Country San Diego for the ASET Annual Conference next year!
Lastly, thank you for your patience and understanding. We know this has been a difficult past few months for all of you and want to thank you for your dedication to the profession and your patients. Please stay safe and contact us at any time with questions or concerns.
Connie Kubiak, President
Kevin Helm, Executive Director