Q-Club (QEEG study group) Meeting

  • 16 Oct 2010
  • 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • STARTTS 152-168 The Horsley Drive Carramar NSW


  • To cover costs and raise funds for 2011 ANSA events for Brain Health

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QEEG Study Group

affectionately known as 'The Q Club' will be held at:



STARTTS 152-168 The Horsley Drive Carramar NSW


Date& time: Saturday 16 October 1-6pm.



Cost:  Please contribute $50 into the hat using paypal or on arrival to meet our costs.  Any excess funds go back to ANSA to support our field


Program in the Rough


Welcoming & time permitting:

Presentation by Jon Hegg:  Yuri Kropotov's article 

New tools for diagnosis and modulation of brain dysfunction unzipped


1:30- 2:30      

QEEG case analysis with Jay Gunkleman (via Skype).



COFFEE & CAKE!!              



Case Discussions: brags and drags

More on Page One

The phenotype and the vigilance models - a new chapter        

 News from the ISNR



We had a really good time learning together at the first meeting and hopefully our learning culture will continue to grow.  I feel it is important that we model this group as a peer event where we all contribute and help each other learn.  No one is without opinion or passion, but the energy should stay focussed on mutual support.  We are indeed in a Renaissance and so why should we not enjoy it?

Please feel free to offer any items or issues for discussion. The agenda is fluid and it is best if we all take turns at the helm.  If you would like to email me with a confirmation of your attendance and anything you want to see on the program, that would be good.  I'll do my best to work things in.  I think it will many meetings before we get short on topics!  And please keep the 'dumb questions' flowing for we need the 'humility' of as well as the 'happiness of understanding'.

Yuri's article is available to download at :http://www.hbimed.com/en/qeeg/research.html

I am looking forward to being with you and sharing the learning.


Jon Hegg MA Psych, MAAP, MANSA


02 44555970

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