Upcoming Webinars

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 [email protected] or call (331) 248–1699.

 


Reflex Responses in Cranial Nerves V & X’

Wednesday August 17th , 2022 
7pm EST 

OBJECTIVES: TBA

PRESENTER: Dr. Jonathan Norton PhD FACNS
Clinical Scientist in Neurophysiology
Department of Surgery, University of Saskatchewan
Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon.
 
 
 

 Current Legal Issues in Neuromonitoring

Wednesday September 21st , 2022
7pm EST 

OBJECTIVES: TBA

PRESENTER: Janine Gregory
Leads Legal and business operations functions for NuVasive Clinical Services.
15 years in IONM with prior law firm and in house experience.

IONM Concepts - CNIM Prep Mini Course - Fall 2022

Saturdays October 1st, 8th and 15th , 2022 | 9:00 AM - 12:00PM CST 

OBJECTIVES

1. Learn how analysis of Neuromonitoring Data Settings can optimize daily recordings
2. Review tools & techniques to prepare yourself and your organization to more confidently prepare for the CNIM exam
3. Review experimental case data to drive better study focus and clinical practice
PRESENTER: James A. Watt Jr. BS, R.EPT, CNIM
 

 

Effects of General Anesthetics on Synaptic Transmission and Plasticity

Wednesday November 16, 2022
7pm EST

OBJECTIVES

1. Understand how general anesthetics modulate presynaptic neuronal activity
2. Understand the effects of general anesthetics on postsynaptic structure and signaling
3. Explore the functional outcomes of anesthetic-mediated effects on synaptic transmission and plasticity

PRESENTER: Jimcy Platholi 
Register Here