Equipment set-up for long term monitoring/cEEG recordings and application of scalp electrodes utilizing Internal 10-20 (or 10-10) System Electrode Placement using collodion or paste adhesives.
Completes activating procedures such as hyperventilation and photic stimulation as appropriate.
Responsible for completing all duties associated typical and special consideration scans for routine and advanced EEG.
Eliminates and/or properly monitors physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
Reviews, evaluations, maps, and classifies impressions of ictal, interictal, and paroxysmal events from EEG/Video data.
Edits and archives EEG/video data.
Documents, maps, and annotates events occurring during daily scanning.
Writes preliminary report and detailed description of EEG patterns, seizure semiology, radiologic findings, mapping of abnormalities and selection of representative EEG samples.
Educates the patient and family regarding their LTM monitoring procedure interacting according to patient’s level of understanding.
Trains and mentors team members.
*The individual will demonstrate the ability to appropriately aid the needs of children and adolescents with or without a developmental disability and their families. The individual will be able to address the needs of certain specific adults with disabilities on a case-by-case basis as determined by the physicians.
Must be able to perceive the nature of sounds at normal speaking levels with or without correction.
Must be able to receive detailed information through oral communication and to make the discriminations in sound.
Must have visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness and thoroughness of the work assigned.
Must be able to sit at a computer terminal for extended periods of time.
Must be able to travel to and from different locations and sites in the greater Baltimore area.
Must have manual dexterity sufficient to perform various keyboard functions.
Must be physically present at the assigned job site.
*May be exposed to such occupational hazards as communicable diseases, blood pathogens, and aggressive or combative patients.
*Individual must demonstrate competence across all age groups due to the diversity of the children and families served by KKI.
*Clinical care focus is on the neonate, pediatric, and adolescent populations, as well as some adults with disabilities.
Graduation from a Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) accredited Neurodiagnostic Program, or an Associate’s Degree or higher from an accredited college or university is preferred.
Minimum of 3 years of LTM experience.
Must be able to accept constructive feedback.
Must be able to organize and manage time and manage multiple tasks.
Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to develop and maintain effective communications and working relationships with other employees, patients, and their families as well as the general public, across all age groups, including but not limited to neonate, pediatric, adolescent, and adult populations.
Ability to demonstrate professional behavior by adhering to departmental and organizational policies and procedures, and assuming authority appropriately.
Must maintain adequate personal grooming consistent with professional appearance.
Must pursue education or training necessary to perform at the level of competence required to incorporate the hardware, software, technologies, and ideas relevant to specific job responsibilities.
Must be able to adhere to the Principles and to the Mission of the Institute’s Service Excellence initiative.
* Knowledge of normal/abnormal growth and development throughout the age continuum.
*Ability to provide, assess, interpret, and communicate age-specific data (*in response to treatment protocols).
*Note: Specific to clinical providers and others where deemed appropriate.