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.
Now is time to begin a new membership or renew for 2018!!
Don't miss out on the members-only newsletter or special dsicounted rates for Educational Meeting registrations.
NESET is your society for providing support, contacts, networking and professional development opportunities that help ND Technologists keep up with changes in the profession!
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For more information, visit: laboure.edu
Hello NESET Members and Friends!
A few quick notes to help keep you up to date with our profession:
ABRET has announced that grandfathered technologists now need to start earning CECs to maintain credentials. If this is you, you’ll need to earn 30 CECs between now and 2023 and apply for renewal before you expire. Anyone approaching retirement and not wishing to earn CECs may apply for Emeritus status before the deadline.
Go to abret.org for more details and application forms.
Fall 2018 Educational Meeting location and date has recently been set as October 27, 2018 at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence. This is a change from the original date. Many thanks to RIH and Becky MacNeil for hosting our next meeting!
These meetings are a lot of fun and offer a wealth of information. Details will be posted as soon as obtained.
If you price out CECs, you’ll find our meetings are the best value.
If you will be an NDT or IONM student this fall, contact me for a special rate.
Thank you all for your patience these past several months as I’ve worked to rebuild the website. It has been quite a process. Only technologists like you can appreciate how quickly technology changes and the need to keep learning and changing with it!
Education is critical in providing quality patient care. Please consider becoming a mentor site for NDT and IONM students.
The list of applicants is long and the shortage of qualified technologists is getting worse.
By 2023, the shortage of technologists will increase by about 13%. If your lab is having trouble finding the right technologist that fits with your needs, then it will only get worse. Mentor a student and you will have a yearlong interview with them to see their overall work habits and have first dibs on hiring them.
Email me any questions or comments you may have, and hope to see you in Providence!
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