Reading the Raw: EEG for Beginners is available to all but is tailored to the newbies of EEG and QEEG.
with Dr. Tiff Thompson, PhD, QEEG-D, R.EEG.T, BCN, MFT
- Live, online via Zoom
- Weekly, May 1st through July 31st
- 9 am – 10 am PT
- $50 per class $500 for all 10 classes
- Recordings are available
Join Dr. Tiff Thompson for an exciting exploration of reading the raw EEG data for newbies. She will walk attendees through the process in this informative series. This brand new class is offered for the first time on Monday, May 1st, and offered weekly, each Monday through July 31st. Though classes are offered individually, we highly recommend taking the full ten-course offering, as the curriculum builds upon itself.
Monday, May 1st
Gain, calibration, filters, impedance, and the fundamentals of recording.
“So, I’ve got the recording, now what? Beginning to read frequencies and rhythms”
Monday, May 8th
“From raw to quantitative: what mapping can reveal”
Monday, May 15th
Monday, May 22nd
Monday, June 5th
Monday, June 12th
“Phenotypes and Normal Adult EEG”
Monday, June 26th
“Vigilance and Sleep”
Monday, July 3rd
“Normal Pediatric EEGs”
Monday, July 24th
“Abnormalities: Epileptiform content and seizure profiles”
Monday, July 31st
The class will be devoted to reading the raw EEG, explaining important terminology and concepts, going over montages and morphology, recognizing artifacts, and addressing all the things that seem to stump beginners. Many different forms of EEG assessment will be used, including Neuroguide, NeuroField, WinEEG, isync, and others.
One aim of this course will be to guide the beginner to understand how the raw data will affect the quantified data. We invite EEG case submissions, as they make the course fun and will be some off-the-cuff work and interpretation, bit by bit. We will discuss common (and not-so-common) cases, when to refer out, EEG of drowsiness, of infants and children, adults and seniors, and more.
We invite you to submit your cases to: email@example.com.