President's Message: July 2022

July President's Message

Dear ##[Name | First]##,


Happy July Everyone!


I’m pretty social media inept. My Facebook picture is from 2005 and I just installed Instagram on my phone a couple months ago just to follow my daughter’s art postings. So, I am no authority, but what I do know (or have been told by those that know these things) is that LinkedIn is the most popular social media platform for the IONM profession. Many ASNM members post fantastic things there, and the ASNM also posts there. It would be great if everyone followed the ASNM LinkedIn page.


We have over 1000 followers now and would love to keep the number growing! Make sure you follow the ASNM and spread the word!


Upcoming Meetings

Save the date! The 2022 ASNM Fall Symposium will be hosted Saturday September 24, 2022. This symposium will ONLY be held virtually. If you register and are unable to attend you will still have access to the virtual platform, all the handouts, and all the recordings to watch when you are able to. We will have registration going live this month.


Dates to look out for: 


Winter Town Hall: Our next 3 hour Winter town hall will be hosted in February. Planning for this meeting has already began. We will have a date and theme for this meeting very soon!


2023 Annual Meeting: Our 2023 Annual Meeting will be hosted in Dallas, Texas May 18-21, 2023. Please keep this date marked on your calendar!!!


Upcoming Webinars

Reflex Responses in Cranial Nerves V & X

August 16th , 2022 

7pm EST 

PRESENTER: Dr. Jonathan Norton PhD FACNS

Educational Offerings

IONM Concepts - CNIM Prep Mini Course - Fall 2022

Saturdays October 1st, 8th and 15th , 2022 | 9:00 AM - 12:00PM CST 



1. Learn how analysis of Neuromonitoring Data Settings can optimize daily recordings

2. Review tools & techniques to prepare yourself and your organization to more confidently prepare for the CNIM exam

3. Review experimental case data to drive better study focus and clinical practice



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