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Electroneurodiagnostic Technology Certificate ProgramSee Details
The Neurodiagnositic Department (NDT) at Institute of Health Sciences offers training in Electroneurodiagnostic Technology (EEG). Professionals in this health science field study and record the electrical activity of the central, peripheral and autonomic nervous systems using sophisticated electronic testing equipment.
The END program is designed to provide students with theory and clinical experience in a variety of EEG, EP, and PSG testing procedures. Students will obtain the necessary instruction to become a competent END technologist.
Instruction is provided through web-based software along with one on one clinical instruction with a registered technologist. The program length is one year and includes instruction in EEG, EP, PSG and NCV technologies. Courses are offered over 4 quarters beginning in the fall of each year. The program is a combination of web-based instruction and clinical experience. Students must be highly motivated and willing to work at a fast pace. Clinical experience will be done at a pre-approved clinical site where students will obtain “hands on” experience for a minimum of 15 hours/week.View on provider's website
Foundations of Neurophysiologic Monitoring (IONM) Continuing Education ProgramSee Details
The institute of Health Sciences recognizes the need for cost-effective and quality continuing education solutions. We understand the need to maintain the required credentials and satisfy professional development expectations. Our customized solution is to provide you with the opportunity to enroll in convenient online continuing education courses that have been awarded ACE credits through ASET- The Neurodiagnostic Society.
The continuing education courses are faculty led using Blackboard Course Management System and Videoconferencing, entirely online, and offer the flexibility to complete them from the convenience of your home, office, or during travel. We have developed a variety of options (with more courses under construction) to help you achieve your continuing education needs
This course will focus on the fundamental concepts of Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring . Students will be provided with introductory level exposure to the operating room and didactic topics relating to OR and IOM monitoring practices. The roles and responsibilities of IOM and OR staff will be discussed as well as the various IOM procedures, general safety, sterile techniques, infection control, basic instrumentation , anesthesia, guidelines, and monitoring.
Common procedures that are performed during surgery are discussed in detail and appropriate monitoring modalities described. The course modules is comprehensive overview of Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology necessary for a thorough understanding of IOM monitoring procedures.View on provider's website
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