January 20th EEG
Electrodes – Class II Medical Devices and Electrode Impact on Streamlining
Care Presented by Leah Hanson, FASET,
R. EEG/EP T.
February 17th Vital
Signs, Bedside Monitors and EEG Changes Presented by: Donald T. King III (Trei) BA; R. EEG T; CNIM
March 17th 2021CPT
Coding Update- Lessons Learned Over the Past Year Presenter:
Kathryn Hansen, BS, R. EEG T., CPC, CPMA
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ASET Core EEG Curriculum (EEG 200-212): Build professional competence and promote patient safety! This bundled 200 course series (EEG 200-212) will provide a
mechanism to help with on-boarding new staff members, a preparation for
board examinations and most importantly a means to build professional
competence(enroll here). The purchase of several books will be required. Exam Petition of Eligibility News: ABRET will accept, 10, ASET 200-level courses as part of the petition of eligibility for the EEG credentialing program.Petitioning
candidates should have 2 years of Clinical EEG Experience, and a
combination of college and EEG-specific courses or 10 ASET 200-level
courses, in addition to documentation of performing 200 EEGs. EEG 100-112 have been replaced by EEG 200-212.Read more...
ASET Launched Revised NCS Courses NCS 200-210: Learn a new skillby adding NCS to your resume.
Free Skin Safety Course: Join us in
promoting patient safety by enrolling today and earn 2 CEUs!enroll here
RE-CREDENTIALING & OTHER NEWS
ABRET Credentialed Techs: EEG 101-111 and EEG 201-211 and all ASET CEUs are approved by ABRET. Please check with ABRET about credential-specific requirements. Courses taken for ASET-CEU can be taken only once for credit.
BRPT/Sleep Technologists NEWS: Until December 31st 2016, EEG 101-111 and EEG 209 are approved by BRPT for re-certification credits for RPSGT's. Thereafter, only EEG 209 is approved by the BRPT for CEUs.