The CSCN EMG is currently planning to proceed with an on-site exam on November 5 – 7. You may release the dates of September 17-19, as it is not clear that it will be safe yet for an in-person examination by that time. Candidates should tentatively plan to arrive in Calgary by the afternoon/evening of Friday November 5 and return in the late afternoon of Sunday November 7. Dates, times and location may be subject to change depending upon how the pandemic unfolds over the ensuing months.”
The CSCN is currently planning to proceed with an in-person on-site exam as it has in prior years. The precise dates and format will depend upon the status of the pandemic, progress with vaccinations, restrictions around gathering and travel, and other factors that are not currently known. We ask that candidates hold two weekends in reserve for this exam September 17-19 (Plan A) & November 5-7 (Plan B in the event the pandemic needs more time to sort out). The exam will be one of those two dates (we are not asking you to choose). More information will be forthcoming as we know it.
The CSCN is currently planning to proceed with an in-person on-site exam as it has in prior years. The precise dates and format will depend upon the status of the pandemic, progress with vaccinations, restrictions around gathering and travel, and other factors that are not currently known. We ask that candidates hold two long weekends in reserve for this exam: June 25-27 and September 17 -19. More information will be forthcoming as we know it.
2 December 2020
The CSCN EMG exam is still planned for Summer 2021. We have carried over applications from those who applied for the 2020 exam and will be accepting new applications for 2021. While the examination focus and content will be similar to prior years, we have not yet determined the final examination format. This will need to be determined as the pandemic and recovery unfolds further. More information will be coming as plans evolve.
Canadian Examinations Electromyography (EMG)
To assure and maintain a high standard of competence in clinical electroencephalography and electromyography across Canada, the Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists (CSCN) conducts an annual examination in EEG and EMG and related subjects for those eligible physicians entering EEG or EMG practice who elect to take it.
Successful candidates will be given a certificate by the CSCN and will automatically be eligible for Active membership in the Society. The Provincial Licensing Bodies and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada have been informed of this examination and of the objective of the CSCN to maintain high standards in the practice of Clinical Neurophysiology in Canada.
To promote and encourage all aspects of neurophysiology, including research and education in neurophysiology, as well as assessment and accreditation in the field of clinical neurophysiology;
To provide for annual scientific sessions to promote the knowledge and practice of clinical neurophysiology.