2008 Annual CSET Meeting in Davenport, Iowa

2008 Annual Meeting of the Central Society of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists

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April 24-25, 2008

Radisson Quad City Plaza
111 East Second Street
Davenport, Iowa 52801
Phone: 563-322-2200
888-201-1718 toll free
Fax: 563-322-9939
www.radisson.com/davenportia

Welcome to the Central Society of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists Annual Meeting to be held in Davenport, Iowa,
April 24-25, 2008, at the Radisson Quad City Plaza. The city of Davenport was nationally recognized as the 2007 most livable small city in the country. CSET offers reduced rates to all active members.

In the very heart of the Midwest there’s a magical place nestled along the banks of the mighty Mississippi River. A place where two states are joined by the Mississippi to form the Quad Cities, Davenport and Bettendorf in Iowa and Moline/East Moline and Rock Island in Illinois. Visit www.visitquadcities.com if interested in local events during your stay in the Quad Cities.

This is your opportunity to convene with other professionals for camaraderie and to strengthen your knowledge in the challenging and rewarding fields of END and polysomnography.

Again this year we are offering two days of three courses each day with a variety of basic and advanced topics. These courses will fulfill continuing education credits.

Who Should Attend:

This symposium is designed for electroneurodiagnostic, intraoperative, and polysomnography care professionals to develop or augment their knowledge. Reminder: ASET ACE continuing education credits are required for ABRET recertification.

Hope to see you in Davenport, Iowa!

Click here to download the entire 2008 Annual CSET Meeting brochure.

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3 thoughts on “2008 Annual CSET Meeting in Davenport, Iowa

  1. Patti Baumgarnter

    Brian:
    We have waited a long time to get on the net. Thanks so much for taking the job.

    Looks great

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