• Transitioning from Chiropractic to Neuromonitoring

    In this fourth post from the series Transitioning to a Career in Neuromonitoring, Dr. Adam Doan tells his personal story about leaving the world of chiropractic care and navigating a new career in IONM. Previous posts in this series include Navigating the IONM Job Search, Transitioning from Benchtop Electrophysiology to IONM and Transitioning from Academic ...

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  • Top 10 Reasons to Join a Professional Society

    Becoming a member of a professional society is an important step in your career. It shows that your interests transcend the paycheck, that you care about your field, and that you want to be a part of something bigger than your J-O-B. By joining a society you become a member ...

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  • Job Titles in Neuromonitoring

    There are so many different “job titles” that are used to describe clinical personnel in the field of neuromonitoring (IONM), and it can be confusing to decipher their meaning, particularly because people often use them interchangeably. This post will clarify roles and review the history behind job titles on the professional and ...

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  • Transitioning from Academia to a Career in Neuromonitoring

    In this third post from the series Transitioning to a Career in Neuromonitoring, I tell my personal story about leaving the elite world of academic neuroscience and navigating a new career in IONM. Along the way, I’ll tell you about the skills that helped me to succeed, the challenges that I faced, the ...

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  • Navigating the Neuromonitoring Job Search

    This will be the first in a series of posts dedicated to the topic of Transitioning to a Career in Intraoperative Neurophysiology (aka neuromonitoring, IONM, IOM, etc.). I decided to compose this series of posts because I remember looking at the field of IONM for the first time, as an ...

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