Cinthia Jenkinson
All Children's Hospital
Supervisor, Neurodiagnostics
St. Petersburg, FL

Employment History: All Children's Hospital - EEG Technologist - 1984-1989, Oxford Instruments-
Product Support - 1989-1994, All Children's Hospital-Lead Technologist - 1994-2005 ,All Children's Hospital - Supervisor-2005-Present
Education and Training/ Credentials: 1983-1984 St. Joseph's Hospital School of Electroneurodiagnostic  R. EEG T
Professional Memberships: ASET, SSET
Professional and Volunteer Contributions, Publications & Rewards:
Faculty: BRAINN Series-Quarterly course for nurses on Neurology/Neurosurgery and Neurodiagnostics-All Children's Hospital
Pressure Ulcer Task Force-All Children's Hospital
Faculty: Nursing Residency Program-Introduction to EEG-All Children's Hospital
Pediatric EEG Presentation for Erwin Neurodiadnostics Program
ASET Point of Contact Team Member
Abstract Presentation ASET Meeting 2014 "Wrapping your head around pediatric pressure ulcers"

Michelle Taylor
Georgia Neurosurgical Institute
IONM Technologist/Clinical Coordinator
Macon, GA

Employment History: 1995-1998
Education and Training/ Credentials: R. EEG T., CNIM
OJT EEG Tech - 1995-1998 Southeast Georgia Regional Medical Center ,Neuro/Sleep Tech/Trainer/Manager - 1998-2002 Satilla Regional Medical Center ,2001-2012 - CEO/CFO of small busi-ness ,2013-Preset - IONM Technologist/Clinical Coordinator at Georgia Neurosurgical Institute
Professional Memberships: ASET, WSET, ASNM, SSET
Professional and Volunteer Contributions, Publications & Rewards:
WSET Newsletter Editor, lecture High school students on the Electroneurodiagnostic Field, Volunteer for ASET speakers board, instructor for students preparing for EEG exam and new techs entering field.


The Southern Society of
ElectroNeuroDiagnostic Technologists

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.


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