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Our 7,000+ members include technologists, students, physicians and institutions involved in EEG, evoked potentials, nerve conduction studies, intraoperative neuromonitoring, long-term monitoring, autonomics, magnetoencephalography, and related neurodiagnostic modalities. As a membership organization, ASET advances the neurodiagnostic profession by:

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Serving member needs

Defining and endorsing standards of practice

Providing innovative educational opportunities

Promoting the profession

Building coalitions with other allied health organizations and communities of interest.

ASET is a volunteer, not-for-profit entity organized under section 501(c) (6) of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) code. It is incorporated in the state of Alabama and maintains headquarters in Kansas City, MO, with a paid professional staff of nine. The Society’s governance structure includes a policy-making Board of Trustees, and committees and task forces common to most professional societies.

ASET is committed to working with other allied health organizations and supporting their efforts such as the Health Professions Network, the Committee on Accreditation for Educational Programs in Neurodiagnostic Technology (CoA-NDT) and the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), the National Network of Two Year Colleges (NN2), credentialing organizations, and other affiliated professional non-profit organizations.

Who We Are


Neurologic health and quality of care is improved globally.


To provide leadership, advocacy, and resources that promote professional excellence, patient safety, and quality of care in Neurodiagnostics.

Values Statement


Transparent, ethical, and trustworthy


To be outstanding in all that we do


Accountability, stewardship of resources, and upholding the public trust


Honoring the worth and dignity of all individuals

Bylaws & Position Statements

ASET is governed and structured as outlined in the bylaws. This serves as a guide as to how we will operate and make decisions for the good of the membership. ASET also has operational policies, procedures for committees and job description, in addition to position statements relating to the profession. Please refer to the section on Competencies & Best Practices for related professional statements.

For a copy of operational policies and procedures

Code of Conduct

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Statement of Values & Code of Ethics

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