As we turn the page on 2020, the Department of Education is excited for new educational offerings which will be available in 2021. We have an engaging, diverse schedule of topics and presenters for our webinar series. Coming up on February 17, we are thrilled to have Donald T. King III (Trei) BA, R. EEG T., CNIM discussing Vital Signs, Bedside Monitors and EEG Changes. As technologists, we cannot underestimate the important impact patient variables can have on the EEG.
Additionally, we receive numerous inquires in the office about Evoked Potential education. We are pleased to offer a virtual seminar worth up to 4 CEUs in March dedicated to clinical evoked potentials. There is also an opportunity to apply for scholarships through the ASET Foundation to attend.
Currently, we are developing education that will help those preparing for the new ABRET NA-CLTM credentialing exam. We recognize the integral role many technologists are now playing in patient care, especially in the long-term monitoring setting. Don’t forget if your credential expires in April, we have numerous on-demand options to meet your CEU requirements, including full courses, recorded webinars, and journal quizzes. For details on the educational opportunities listed here and to see what else is coming up, please explore www.aset.org.
Author: Linda Kelly, MS, R. EEG/EP T., R.NCS.T., FASET, CSSGB