Upcoming Webinars
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ASNM’s webinar series provides timely information of special interest to professionals working within the IONM industry and those seeking to learn more about this evolving area of practice. Webinars are included as part of ASNM’s membership and are a worthwhile member benefit. Non-ASNM members can purchase individual webinars. Webinar sessions are presented in "real time” via the Internet. Participants view webinar materials online while listening to the concurrent audio portion of the presentation via their computer audio system. All ASNM webinars are approved for one (1) credit hour of continuing education for ASNM-CEUs.

Questions regarding ASNM’s webinar series? Please e-mail asnm@affinity-strategies.com or call (331) 248–1699.

UPCOMING WEBINARS

   


 

Spring CNIM Concepts Mini Course

March 14, 2020 
March 21, 2020
April 4, 2020
10:00AM - 1:00PM EST 



OBJECTIVES
 
1. How analysis of neuromonitoring data setting can help us optimize daily recordings.
2. Tools and techniques to prepare yourself and organize more confidently approach the CNIM Exam.
3. Lessons from experiential case studies that will help drive better study focus and clinical practice in your own organization. 

PRESENTER
James Watt, CNIM, R.EP.T

 


 

Intraoperative Sensory And Motor Mapping of the Human Homunculus

June 10, 2020
7:00 PM Eastern


OBJECTIVES 
This presentation will review the fundamental neuroscience behind the accurate mapping of the sensory and motor regions of the human homunculus. Focus will be given to common mistakes and controversies present in the published literature. When possible, intraoperative videos combining surgical views and intraoperative neurophysiological data will be used to visually illustrate the techniques discussed.

1. Understand the neurophysiology that undergirds accurate mapping possible

2. Understand the common mistakes and why they occur

3. Understand the practical elements of how to guide a surgeon through the mapping of the homunculus

 

PRESENTER

Jeremy Bamford, PhD 

Clinical Assistant Professor 
Department of Neurosurgery, Tulane University School of Medicine
Clinical Neurophysiologist, NuVasive Clinical Services 

 

 


 

Impact of Anesthesia on the Diagnostic Process of IONM During Spine Procedures: An Interactive Review

August 26, 2020
7:00 PM Eastern


OBJECTIVES
1. Examine IONM cases, exploring the differential diagnostic and patient outcomes. 
2. Relate case examples to published literature to compare and contrast results 
3. Case examples will illustrate how the anesthetics regimen can influence the interpretive process in neurophysiology and therapy alter the accuracy and impact of IONM. 


PRESENTER
Julie Trott, MS, CNIM, GCertED

Neurophysiologist
Director IONM Education
SpecialtyCare