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Clinical Standards Committee
The clinical standards committee's responsibilities are to develop and maintain the clinical standards of treating patients with TMS. The guidelines shall cover patient selection, use of protocols, and the level of training and supervision required for administration of treatment. As other indications arise, the committee shall develop and maintain further standards consistent with the previous standards.
The clinical standards committee meets for one hour, on the 2nd Thursday of every other month (Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct. & Dec.) at 2:00pm ET/11:00am PT.
Paul E. Croarkin
The Research Committee
The research committee's responsibilities include reviewing current and past applicable research in order to keep the Society members informed of new research developments. The committee also encourages members to share and pool their clinical outcome data in order to submit ideas to institutions for research to help the goals of the society. The committee is responsible for promoting and coordinating the research poster section at the Annual Meeting Committee.
The research committee meets for one hour, on the 4th Tuesday of every other month (Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct. & Dec.) at 6:00pm ET/3:00pm PT.
Martha B. Koo
The Insurance Committee
The insurance committee's responsibilities shall be to liaise with public and private payors to create policies relevant to treatment guidelines and will provide members with materials that will assist in the pre-authorization and appeals processes.
The insurance committee meets for one hour, on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 8:00pm ET/5:00pm ET.
Rebecca Mae Allen
Richard A. Bermudes
The Outreach Committee
The Outreach Committee is the information hub for society members as well as the general public. The committee will develop and maintain the website that will have two components: a section open to the public to educate about TMS and a section for members only which will act as a resource for shared information. A quarterly newsletter will be published and will serve as a highlight of the work that has been done by the committees. The newsletter will cover topics across the spectrum for members, other clinicians and the public in general.
Saydra R Wilson
The Education Committee
The Education Committee is focused on providing educational and training opportunities for clinicians, technicians, researchers, residents, and students centered around TMS and rTMS. It is the goal of the Education Committee to increase awareness of TMS and rTMS and to expand the educational and training options through the Clinical TMS Society. The Education Committee oversees PULSES; an introduction to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Depression.
Suzanne E. Kerns
The Membership Committee
Membership growth is important for long-term viability, which is why the membership committee’s primary objective is to increase the number of members in the Society. This committee seeks to increase membership in all areas: clinical, research, technicians, students, business and international members. Committee members are responsible for identifying new opportunities for membership campaigns and contributing membership related content for electronic and print media, the web and social media.
The membership committee meets for one hour, on the 4th Wednesday of every other month, (Jan., March, May, July, Sept. Nov.) at 1:00pm ET/10:00am PT.
Ken E Goolsby MD
The Legal, Business & Ethics Committee
The Legal, Business and Ethics Committee manages all legal and business issues related to the Society. It will inform and educate the members on establishing a practice, and managing legal aspects such as consents, malpractice insurance and training guidelines. This information will be made available through the newsletter and the CME courses.
Ian A Cook
Mahmoud S Okasha
The Annual Meeting Committee
The Annual Meeting Committee will plan and host the annual meeting each year. We expect to build on the success of previous meetings and expand the opportunities for education.