Conference Fall 2012

[button link=”” size=”medium” variation=”red” align=”right”]Register Now[/button] The 2012 MSET Fall Conference will be held in conjunction with St. John Providence Health System’s conference Neuroscience for the Primary Care Provider on September 21 & 22. Two days of  exciting neuroscience and neurodiagnostic topics presented by regional and nationally renowned experts in this field. MSET members may register to attend either just the MSET Conference (Saturday) or both days at no additional cost. Registration must be received by September 7 to attend the Neuroscience Conference on Friday.

ASET continuing education credits will be awarded to participants. 6.25 ACE credits have been awarded for Friday and 4.5 ACE credits for the Saturday program.  Such crediting, however, should not be construed by program participants as an endorsement of any type of instruments or supplies mentioned or involved in these presentations.

Neuroscience for the Primary Care Provider — Program Agenda
Friday, September 21 – 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Featured topics on Friday focus on new developments in neuroscience presented by regional and national experts. Program will benefit physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, residents, medical students, emergency medical technicians, therapists and neurodiagnostic professionals.

MSET Fall Conference — Program Agenda
Saturday September 22 – 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

The Saturday conference is geared to those working in the field of neurodiagnostics including nurses, neurophysiologists, and technologists. Program features regional experts presenting topics in EEG fundamentals and long term epilepsy monitoring.

  • Morning session features topics of interest to students, entry-level technologists, those preparing for national board exams, to the experienced neurodiagnostic professional seeking credits for recertification or learn new techniques and network with others in their profession.
  • Separate technical sessions are scheduled for the afternoon, Session I the will focus on the basics of EEG, Session II on long-term EEG monitoring for epilepsy.

Conference Location:

Please follow the posted red “EVENT” directional signs to the Neuroscience Center. Some driveways may appear to take you to the building in your line of sight, but not necessarily take you where you want to be.


For additional information about the Annual Fall Conference please contact Donna Jacobs –