Resident EEG Course Recordings

Overview

This recorded activity includes nine modules comprised of 21 convenient mini-lectures (8-12 minutes per recording). These lectures serve as an introduction to the current practice of EEG and are recordings from the popular course presented live at the 2019 AES Annual Meeting. This resource is available free to AES members and requires login.

Target Audience
Adult and Pediatric Neurology Junior Residents

Topics

  • Basics of neurophysiology
  • Technical aspects of EEG
  • Normal EEG
  • Artifacts and Variants
  • Abnormal EEG
  • Neonatal and pediatric EEG
  • Critical Care EEG
  • ... and more!

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About the Module Recordings
The purpose of this course is to provide a structured curriculum on pediatric and adult electroencephalography (EEG), taught by a variety of top-notch epileptologist educators. Historical, physiological, and technical aspects of EEG are discussed. The course uses multiple learning strategies, including focused brief didactic lectures, structured hands-on experience, and educator-led small group sessions.  The bulk of the course was a boot camp 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 much more. 

Faculty:

  • Andres Fernandez, MD, MSEd, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Ashley E. Thomas, University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Dan Weber, DO, St. Louis University
  • Dana Harrar, MD, PhD, Children’s National Medical Center
  • Dara Albert, DO, MEd, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
  • David Burkholder, MD, Mayo Clinic
  • Jay Pathmanathan, MD, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
  • Jennifer Madan Cohen, MD, MSc, FRCP (C), University of Connecticut
  • Jeremy Moeller, MD, MSc, FRCP (C), Yale University School of Medicine
  • Kinshuk Sahaya, MD, Minnesota Epilepsy Group, P.A. and University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  • Lia D. Ernst, MD, Oregon Health and Science University
  • Louis T. Dang, MD, PhD, Michigan Medicine
  • Nitin Agrawal, MD, Minnesota Epilepsy Group, P.A.
  • Rejean M. Gurriero, DO, Washington University School of Medicine
  • Victoria SS. Wong, MD, FAES, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine

 

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Note: These modules are not accredited for continuing education credits.

For further information or assistance with this activity contact the American Epilepsy Society at education@aesnet.org 

 

Planning Committee Members from the AES EEG Workgroup

  • Kinshuk Sahaya, MD, Co-chair EEG Workgroup, Minnesota Epilepsy Group, P.A. and University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  • Dan Weber, DO, Co-chair EEG Workgroup St. Louis University
  • Andres Fernandez, MD, MSEd, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Jay Pathmanathan, MD, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
  • Jeremy Moeller, MD, MSc, FRCP (C), Yale University School of Medicine
  • Nitin Agrawal, MD, Minnesota Epilepsy Group, P.A.
  • Rejean M. Gurriero, DO, Washington University School of Medicine
  • Victoria SS. Wong, MD, FAES, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine
  • Amy Kephart, MPH, Staff liaison, American Epilepsy Society