Who Should I Follow on Social Media if I Want to Become an EEG Tech?

Who Should I Follow on Social Media if I Want to Become an EEG Tech?

Exploring Influential EEG Techs and Resources on Social Media

If you’re interested in becoming an EEG (electroencephalogram) technologist, there are several social media accounts you can follow to learn more about the profession and get advice from experts in the field. Here are some recommendations:

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    • American Society of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists (ASET): The ASET is a professional organization for EEG technologists, and they offer resources, education, and advocacy for the field. You can follow them on X/Twitter (@ASETNews) and Instagram (@aset_ceus) to stay up-to-date on the latest news and events related to electroneurodiagnostic technology.
    • Neurodiagnostic Technologists Network: This is a community of neurodiagnostic technologists that offers support, resources, and education. They have a presence on social media platforms, including Facebook (@NDTNetwork) and X/Twitter (@NDTNetwork).
    • EEG Education & Resources: This is a website that offers educational resources and training opportunities for EEG technologists. They have a presence on multiple social media platforms, including Facebook (@eegeducationandresources) and X/Twitter (@EEG_Education).

By following these social media accounts, you can learn more about the day-to-day experiences of EEG technologists, get tips for succeeding in the profession, and connect with other professionals in the field.

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