Resident EEG Course

Resident EEG Course

2022 AES Resident EEG Course: December 2-3 at the AES Annual Meeting

Back by popular demand, AES will be offering a live EEG course for up to 40 residents as an introduction to the current practice of EEG. It will be held in person during the AES Annual Meeting on Friday, December 2, and Saturday, December 3.

The purpose of this two-day course is to provide an interactive workshop on pediatric and adult EEG, taught by experienced epileptologist educators. Historical, physiological, and technical aspects of EEG will be covered.

The course will use varied learning strategies including focused didactic lectures, structured hands-on activities, educator-led small group sessions, mentoring, and networking sessions with peers and experts in the field. The bulk of the course will be a bootcamp of EEG interpretation including the ABCs of artifact, benign variants, and coma patterns; the gamut from encoches frontales to electrocerebral silence; the spectrum of interictal to ictal patterns; and more! 

Course aims:

  • Stimulate early interest in EEG and its application among neurology residents
  • Facilitate early interest in epilepsy among neurology trainees
  • Provide networking opportunities for neurology trainees considering or starting careers in epilepsy

The nomination window for this course is now closed.

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Who should apply?

Eligible candidates include:

  • Residents enrolled in an ACGME-approved neurology program at an institution in the US or Canada at the time of the 2022 AES Annual Meeting
  • Residents who have expressed interest in the epilepsy field

 

How to Apply

Deadline: Monday, August 8, 2022

Residency program directors must submit a nomination form by Monday, August 8, to nominate eligible residents.

For a resident to be considered:

  • Resident has expressed an interest in the epilepsy field
  • Resident must be in good standing with their institution
  • Resident must be able to attend the full two-day course on December 2 and December 3, 2022 in Nashville

Only one resident per program may be nominated. Due to the small number of spots available, qualified candidates will be randomly selected, with preference given to junior residents.

Applicants should not register for the 2022 Annual Meeting until they have received notification regarding whether they have been accepted to the Resident EEG Course.

Notifications will be sent out via email to both program directors and residents by the end of August.


If accepted:

  • Residents will receive a $500 travel stipend for the Annual Meeting--contingent upon course attendance
  • Residents will receive complimentary registration to the full AES Annual Meeting (December 2-6, 2022) and are encouraged to participate in the education, career development, and networking opportunities over the full five-day event

Residents should not register for the meeting until they have been accepted to participate in the live course.


Questions?
Please send all inquiries about the Resident EEG Course to education@aesnet.org