Greetings from your ASET President


Dear ASET colleagues, 

Spring is here and with it come promises of new beginnings! 

At the end of February 2018, your ASET Board of Trustees and staff met for a very special mid-year meeting in Kansas City. It was special because it included a full day of the 2018-2021 strategic initiatives session. This session included a revision and update of our strategies goals, and an update to ASET’s mission, vision and values. ASET will now be prepared to continue to drive our mission and maintain focus on what you, our members, want and need.  Our committees’ activities and action items will be aligned with the appropriate strategic goals, thus maximizing the use and time of one of our most invaluable resources… our volunteers!  

I want to also share the positive feedback I have received regarding the automatic membership renewal process. Those that have enrolled have found it a smooth process with plenty of notifications. I encourage you to give it a try. I think you will like it too, and one less thing to have to remember! 

Neurodiagnostic Week — April 15-21, 2018–  is our opportunity to make ourselves heard and known by our patients and colleagues. This is also a great opportunity to recognize your Neurodiagnostic staff for the amazing and valuable work they do every day! The theme this year is “Because your Brain Matters”.  Visit for resources and ideas to celebrate this week with your staff!  

I want to encourage you, ASET owner, to become a committee or task force member. My experience with volunteerism is the sense of purpose it has given me. Reach out to the ASET office or anyone of us on the Board and we will find the committee or task force that will best align with your skills and expertise. WE NEED YOU! 

I wish you a colorful spring season and look forward to a productive 2018 with many great accomplishments to celebrate! 


Susan Agostini, R. EEG T., R.EP.T, CLTM, FASET

Your ASET President 


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