MCTC's new Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Technology program provides you with the skills needed to work with a variety of equipment to perform diagnostic neurological studies and tests. After one year of coursework is completed, you will receive your diploma and can work in this field. After completion of the two-year degree, you will be qualified for more complex responsibilities in the work environment. You will learn the skills needed to perform quality electroencephalograms, evoked potentials, nerve conduction velocities, and intraoperative monitoring in hospitals and neurology clinics. This occupation is evolving in the field of healthcare. END Technology graduates work in hospitals and neurology clinics around the country. Knowledge of seizure disorders, neurological disorders and operating room skills is the basis of the field study. END technologists work with a variety of equipment to perform diagnostic neurological studies. Because this program requires internships in hospital settings, you must pass a background check and provide proof of immunity status prior to placement in the healthcare setting. Where You Could Work, Neurology departments in hospitals' Neurology clinics
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