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By: Rita Brooks on September 19th, 2016

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Join Us At The AAST Fall Course For Byron Jameson's Talk On Instrumentation

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Get to know our Fall Course speaker Byron Jamerson  

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Byron became a sleep technologist in 1986 and has worked in the field for 30 years. 

He has a special interest in education and strives to break down technical topics to common language to promote understanding. 

His past experience includes working as a technologist and/or sleep center manager at Southeast Alabama Medical Center, Flowers Hospital, and North Alabama Medical Center – all located in Alabama.  He was also a partner in the Alabama School of Sleep Medicine.  Byron is currently a Clinical Specialist with the Philips Respironics company and is a part-time instructor at the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine. 

In his spare time, Byron just tries to keep up with his 3 daughters and 5 grandchildren. 

Here's what Byron has to say about his presentation on Instrumentation: Filters & Amplifiers 

Friday, October 7th,  9:30 - 10:15 a.m.

Byron will be covering the fundamentals of recording PSG signals including how to use filters and amplifiers as well as the use of respiratory sensors and scoring of respiratory events. His plan is to provide attendees with a stronger foundation in the basic principles that we use in the field.  

Reinforcing those fundamentals is essential from time to time.  When we know the basics, it's easier to figure things out and harder to fool us.  This applies in both taking the certification exam and in day-to-day practice of our craft, regardless of our role.  

I hope you will join us in Cleveland for this great course!

Byron Jamerson, RPSGT, RST, CCSH

Clinical Specialist - SC, GA, AL, MS, TN

 

 

To register for the AAST Fall Course in Cleveland, click the image below.

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