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Justin Akamine, Cer.A.T.


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Howzit going gang,

We just had our last meeting of the year at Overlake Medical Center. John and his crew did am amazing job at securing a location and people to lecture with awesome topics.  We presented the education award to Lyndal Wilson-Bishop for her continued work at supporting anesthesia tech education. She has sacrificed much if her time to promoting and providing avenues for anesthesia techs to earn CEU’s and learn to be better at their career. Thank you Lyndal Wilson-Bishop

End of the year is coming up and it's about that time to scramble for CEU's.

If your asking how can you get more CEU's check out our Sensor section on the website.

Who wants free CE's? I know you do! Email me let's talk. Keep in mind that hosting a conference gets you 1 free CE for hosting/coordinating and free admission to your conference.

Next years annual conference is in Orlando. That's right get ready because its going to be a fun ride. Hope to see you at in Orlando October 2019.

Science and Technology Articles

Interested in being published?  Wish to enhance your professional portfolio?

Want to help your fellow Cer.A.T.T. or Cer.A.T. with Continuing Education credits?

Want to possibly WIN an AWARD while you do this?

Did you know?

ASATT has a Science and Technology Award which is awarded annually. The award is given to a selected individual. The individuals who are considered must submit a technical article to the editor of the SENSOR and/or to ASATT HQ. The article must first be selected for publication in the ASATT SENSOR. The authors of the technical articles must be either an anesthesia technician or technologist.

The article considered for the award will be selected from the winter through fall issues of the quarterly published SENSOR during that fiscal year. (i.e. Winter 2014 to Fall 2015)

All published articles will be judged by a panel of medical professionals in anesthesiology and evaluated on the subject matter, relevancy and its written presentation.

All submitted articles must be composed of 2,500 to 3,000 words, be formatted following American Psychological Association (APA) format guidelines and have properly annotated bibliographical references. A detailed guide is available at

The technical article needs a TEN (10) question quiz. The questions are utilized for continuing education. Ten questions should be written by the author of the article.

If you are the recipient the Science and Technology Award, you will be notified first by mail, and then your name will be announced at the ASATT Annual Educational conference. If the awardee is in attendance at the ASATT Annual Educational Conference, a plaque/award and a check in the amount of $1,500 shall be presented. If the awardee is NOT in attendance the plaque/award and check will be mailed to the winner to the address on record with HQ.


Justin Akamine, Cer.A.T.
Region 7 Director