The exam is full. Any registrations after February 27 are wait listed.
What to Expect:
- Examination identification labels will be presented to you at the examination site during your registration. A representative of the EMG Secretariat will ask you to sign in in their presence. You will be required to provide a government issued photo identification with signature.
Example: passport, driver’s license, provincial health card. Documents must be in either English or French.
- All books, papers, electronic or communication devices and other material must be deposited with examination officials before the start of the examination. Any candidate caught in the possession of an electronic device may be immediately expelled.
- You are permitted to wear a simple watch without electronic features. As well, you will be asked to leave all personal belongings in a designated area. We therefore encourage you to bring only necessary items. The EMG Secretariat will provide booklets, pencils, pencil sharpeners and bubble answer sheet.
- Many people are extremely sensitive to perfumes, colognes, aftershaves, and other scented products. Kindly refrain from wearing them during the examinations.
- Private prayer rooms and breast pump rooms (with fridges) are available.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
Dr. Stephen McNeil, CSCN Examining Committee (EMG)
c/o Kasandra Amaro - Canadian Society of Clinical Neurophysiologists
8500 Macleod Trail SE, Suite 143N, Calgary, AB T2H 2N1
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.