Q-Club 2017 Application

  • 27 Nov 2016
  • 31 Dec 2017
  • Australasian EEG professionals may apply
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Registration

  • Apply here for membership of the Q-Club 2017.
    Our core agenda is to support each other to develop our understanding of QEEG data collection, analysis and interpretation for clinical and peak performance applications.

    N.B.: 2017 Club enrolment closes 14/2/17 and is capped at 30 participants.

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The Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia hosts a sub-group of professional who work together to advance their understanding of Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG) for clinical and peak performance applications. We are affectionately known as QClub.

 

In 2016, 24 QClub participants signed up to pursue QEEG Board Certification by enrolling in a didactic course, completing mentoring and case study presentations, and preparing for the QBoard exam. Sixteen candidates recently completed the exam and we are proud to announce that Australia has its first cohort of 11 QEEG Diplomates and 3 QEEG Technologists.

 

You can pursue QEEG Certification independently. Access full information about the QEEG Certification process from http://qeegcertificationboard.org/.

QClub 2017 is now ready to launch. Once our cohort has been established, we will work together to determine our goals for the year.  Some ideas have already been mooted and are inclusive of introductory and advanced learning opportunities: 

- support a cohort working toward certification;

- encourage engagement with the QEEG literature;

- that there should also be regular case study work so that everyone can advance their confidence with QEEG; &

- that we have webinars with invited mentors.

Most importantly, this is an opportunity to collaborate and advance applied neuroscience in Australia.

 

If you would like to join a QEEG peer support network, please register here to join QClub 2017. Your registration fee of $100 will be managed by ANSA and will cover the core costs associated with running meetings - catering, guest mentor, technology access. We aim to make QClub activities accessible from your home computer supplemented with opportunities to gather in local communities where possible.  (From time to time, we may arrange additional workshops or seminars that may attract additional fees, e.g., the Neuromodulation workshop being held pre ANSA Conference 2017 in Canberra.)

Only QClub registrants will receive information about club activities during 2017.

 

I look forward to working with you.

 

Michelle Aniftos

QClub Coordinator

 

 

 

 

 

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