NESET is a not-for-profit organization established in 1961, to provide a forum for information exchange, educational opportunities
and professional growth for Neurodiagnostic Technologists in greater New England.
The society remains viable through the efforts of all its members. The objectives of NESET are to enhance the overall knowledge
and proficiency of Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Technologists at all levels of expertise.
NESET achieves this through continuing education programs spanning all modalities of Electroneurodiagnostics.
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NESET is your society for providing support, contacts, networking and professional development opportunities that help Neurodiagnostic Technologists keep up with changes in the profession!
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Dear Members and Friends,
This website will expire April 2024.
The Society will remain dormant until a group steps forward to run the society.
There are no current officers.
The world of Neurodiagnostics has lost not only a great technologist but an amazing friend and individual.
Bev was trained on the job in Portland, Maine. She was extremely proud of the work she did, always striving for excellence in our field. She was the first person in Maine to become a Registered EEG Technologist (R.EEG T.) and later became registered in evoked potential (R. EP T.) as well. This was no easy feat; at that time there was little printed material or formal training available.
That didn’t stop Bev. She took advantage of whatever opportunities she could find. She was an active member of the New England Society of END Technologists (NESET) and ASET -The Neurodiagnostic Society (ASET), attending as many conferences as possible.
Over the years, Bev trained and mentored several technologists. She also became a clinical instructor in the early years of the online program at Labouré College of Healthcare. Bev continuously promoted education and training, professional registration and quality of care. Many of the folks Bev helped train are still in the field. She is widely respected and made countless friends along the way.
While she loved her profession, she also really enjoyed life and was involved in many activities like bowling, crossword puzzles, and golf. She loved traveling, going to concerts, and cooking, to name a few.
Bev was the kind of person who you liked immediately when you met her. We were friends for over 50 years! Bev will be missed by many and forever in our hearts!
Scholarship notice: A scholarship in memory of Bev has been funded for the 2023 ASET Annual Conference, scheduled for July 20-22 in Orlando, Fl. The scholarship will cover the cost of the three-day registration fee and may include additional funding for travel expenses. ASET members (1 year's membership required) are eligible to apply. The ASET scholarship application form will be at this link after February 20th. Go to https://asetfoundation.org/downloads/ to access the form.
A celebration of life will be held at the Wilson Chapel, Ocean Point Maine on Friday, July 7th, to be followed by a reception at the Smugglers Cove Inn, East Boothbay, Maine, starting at 3:00 p.m.
A block of Inn rooms has been reserved for guests attending Bev’s Service, and this room block expires after June 1st. A two-night reservation is required on weekends.
To register online, click the link below for the room block:
To register by phone, call 207-579-7004 and mention “Bev Hall’s service” for the room block which is in the “Dory” Inn wing. Room rate is $259/night. The Inn offers some pet-friendly rooms at an extra fee.
To view Smugglers Cove Inn's website: https://www.smugglerscoveinn.com/
If you have questions about the scholarship, the service, or the hotel, please contact Faye Mc Nall at email@example.com