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 Electroneurophysiology

Mission:

Training qualified, competent and contemporary students who abide by the rules necessitated by their professional knowledge; have high ethical and moral values and might fulfill the need for intermediate staff in our country.

Vision:​

Training on how electroneurophysiological methods such as electromyography (EMG), polysomnography (PSG), Electroencephalography (EEG) and intraoperative monitoring required for cognitive and behavioral analysis of the brain and detection of disorders arising with the lack of such functions and how such methods will be applied on patients is provided during our electroneurophysiology program. The shortage of personnel who graduate with the title electroneurophysiology technician title reveals the employment gap that is widening in the health field nowadays.

Objective of the Program;

Training electroneurophysiology technicians who may work under specialist physicians for utilizing neurophysiological methods required for cognitive and behavioral analysis of the brain and detection of disorders arising due to the lack of such functions and who have received Associate's Degree level training. The electroneurophysiological methods include EEG (Electroencephalography), EMG (Electromyography), PSG (Polysomnography), EKG (Electrocardiography), Evoked Potentials, Electroretinography and Electrooculography.

Graduates may work under the supervision and monitoring of expert physicians at neurology, otorhinolaryngology, psychiatry, pediatric, chest diseases and physiology departments and at electroencephalography, evoked potentials and sleep units of public or private hospitals and policlinics. The main duty of Electroneurophysiology technician is to perform Electroencephalography, simple nerve conduction studies (EM), analyze brain stem and visual evoked potential and use polysomnography devices.

The Electroneurophysiology Program aims to provide professional education and training to students who have been accepted to the program with the YGS-1 points they scored at "University Selection and Placement Exams" and who are graduates of high schools and equivalent vocational high schools.