ANS Meetings

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Other meetings that may be of interest

These meetings are not run by ANS. Their appearance in this listing should not be interpreted as an endorsement. The list is provided as a service to our membership. It is up to the individual to determine if the meeting or course is suitable.

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17-18 September 2018The 16th Annual BriSCEV Course and Conference, Bristol. Visit the BriScev website
21 September 2018A Fourth Masterclass in Intra-Operative Neuro-Monitoring (IONM) for Spinal Surgery.
Orthopaedic Institute, Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry
Visit the website
25-28 September 201824th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society (ESRS). Basel, Switzerland. Visit website.

Clinical Neurophysiology Practice
Access the open access journal Clinical Neurophysiology Practice at the link below. This is described as a companion journal to Clinical Neurophysiology.

 


SOTON Brain Hub – by the University of Southampton


http://www.sotonbrainhub.co.uk/


Link to M Level/CSci on the RCCP Website


https://www.rccp.co.uk/articles/51/About-CSci-and-the-M-Level-Register


The ANS Standalone Exams

ANS provides the only professionally recognised practical examinations in Neurophysiology in the UK. Currently it is possible to train towards the ANS EEG standalone exam or the ANS NCS/EP standalone exam.  More information is available via the Membership > Resources page (ANS members only).

The EEG Exam

The EEG exam is taken after a period of study within a department, usually within the UK or Republic of Ireland. A mentor is assigned who will be able to provide support during the process and a work based assessor (WBA) will help you develop your digital portfolio so you can provide evidence of your knowledge, experience and learning.  Your WBA will help you decide when it is time to arrange your final practical exam in your own department.  To register for this exam you must have the support of a Work Based Examiner in your department.

  • Current cost is £500 for ANS members and £695 for non-members.

The NCS/EP Exam

The NCS/EP exam is taken after a period of study within a department, usually within the UK or Republic of Ireland. A mentor is assigned who will be able to provide support during the process and a work based assessor (WBA) will help you develop your digital portfolio so you can provide evidence of your knowledge, experience and learning.  Your WBA will help you decide when it is time to arrange your final practical exam in your own department. To register for this exam you must have the support of a Work Based Examiner in your department.

  • Current cost is £500 for ANS members and £695 for non-members.

Work Based Assessor Training PDFs

The following PDFs are taken from slides used in presentations made during the classroom based Work Based Assessor Training Days.  Reading these will assist any WBA when they are taking their own assessments.

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