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The Southern Society of ElectroNeuroDiagnostic Technologists & Texas NeuroDiagnostic Society Meeting: Huge Success!
With vendors and speakers in attendance, 160 people registered and enjoyed concurrent EEG/LTM and EP/IONM courses.
The reviews of the course content 100% positive.
I would like to thank Cathy Boldery, acting president of the Texes NeuroDiagnostic Society, for being my partner in crime in planning this meeting. Also a huge thank-you to the course directors; Cindy Jenkinson, Faisal Jahangiri, Maggie Marsh Nation and Karen Persley. Thank you ALL for your work!
The faculty deserves another special mention. These speakers VOLUNTEERED their time for little or no compensation.
For that we are sincerely grateful.
Cathy Boldery CCT/R.EEG/EPT./CNIM/RPSGT, F.ASET
Robert Buchanan MD
Amy Caccamo R.EEG/EPT./CLTM
Rebecca Clark Bash CNIM/R.EEG/EPT./CLTM, F.ASNM/ASET
David Donahue MD
J Andrew Ehrenberg R.EEGT./CNIM
Clare Gale CNIM/R.EEG/EPT., F.ASNM/ASET
Faisal Jahangiri MD, CNIM, D.ABNM, FASNM
Cinthia Jenkinson R.EEGT.
Gina Jetter MD
Michelle Kelley CNIM/R.EEGT.
Robert LeRoy MD
Maggie Marsh-Nation MSIDT, R.EEG/EPT./CNIM
Leah Hanson R.EEG/EPT.
Kimberly Ann Piper CNIM/R.EEG/EPT.
Brett Netherton CNIM, F.ASET/ASNM
Anthony Riela MD
Jon Schiff CNIM
Jay Shils PhD, D,ABNM, F.ASNM/ACNS
Justin Silverstein DHSc, CNIM/R.EPT/R.NCS.T
Tod Sloan MD MBA PhD
Thomas Trese MD
Patty Warf CNIM/RN
James Watt CNIM/R.EPT.
Cale Wilcox R.EEGT./CLTM
Lou Anne Wilcoxson R.EEGT./CNIM
We are planning the next southern meeting to take place in Clearwater Beach, Florida, 2016, October and will keep you posted as the plans arise. We are also trying to pinpoint areas within the SSET region to do future meetings. E-mail me at email@example.com with your suggestions.
Lastly I would like to thank Kimberly Piper who "passed the gavel" to me at our business luncheon. Her knowledge and love for this society runs deep and I plan to continue to rely on her for guidance while I reign!
Clare Gale, CNIM/R.EEG/EPT. F.ASET/ASNM
The Southern Society of ElectroNeuroDiagnostic Technologists (SSET) is a professional organization formed in 1960 to provide a forum for the exchange of information among technologists, students, lab managers, physicians, institutions involved in EEG, evoked potentials, polysomnography, nerve conduction studies, and other related electroneurodiagnostics (END) areas.
SSET serves its members through an annual meeting, information forums, discount programs, and online tools.