NeXus for Education


Adoption of neurotechnology for health can bring range of benefits. More than 1700+ research publications using NeXus demonstrate the value of measuring and training the human nervous system. 

Including neurotechnology for health in curriculums aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to apply neurotechnology in their future professions.

Indications for applications tailored to educational curricula :

  1. Biofeedback Curriculum:

    • Introduction to Biofeedback: Students learn the fundamental principles of biofeedback, including the physiological processes involved and the mechanisms of self-regulation.
    • Applications in Health and Wellness: Curriculum modules explore the practical applications of biofeedback in promoting health and wellness, such as stress management, anxiety reduction, and pain relief.
    • Hands-On Training: Students engage in hands-on biofeedback training sessions, using neurotechnology devices to monitor and regulate their physiological responses.
    • Clinical Case Studies: Curriculum includes case studies highlighting the use of biofeedback in clinical settings, demonstrating its effectiveness in treating various health conditions.
    • Ethical Considerations: Students discuss ethical considerations related to the use of biofeedback in healthcare and research, including privacy, informed consent, and professional conduct.
  2. Neurofeedback Curriculum:

    • Neuroscience Foundations: Students study the basics of neuroscience, including brain anatomy, physiology, and neurochemistry, to understand the principles underlying neurofeedback.
    • Principles of Neurofeedback: Curriculum modules cover the principles of operant conditioning, brainwave frequencies, and neuroplasticity, essential for understanding neurofeedback techniques.
    • Clinical Applications: Students explore the clinical applications of neurofeedback in treating neurological and psychiatric disorders, such as ADHD, epilepsy, depression, and PTSD.
    • Practical Training: Curriculum includes hands-on training sessions where students learn to operate neurofeedback equipment, set up protocols, and interpret brainwave data.
    • Research Projects: Students conduct research projects investigating the effectiveness of neurofeedback interventions, contributing to the evidence base supporting its use in clinical practice.
  3. Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG) Curriculum:

    • Introduction to EEG: Students learn the basics of electroencephalography (EEG), including electrode placement, signal acquisition, and data analysis techniques.
    • Data Analysis Skills: Curriculum focuses on teaching students how to process and analyze EEG data using specialized software, emphasizing quantitative EEG (qEEG) analysis methods.
    • Clinical Interpretation: Students learn to interpret qEEG findings in the context of neurological and psychiatric disorders, gaining insight into the diagnostic and prognostic value of EEG biomarkers.
    • Practical Applications: Curriculum includes practical applications of qEEG in clinical assessments, treatment planning, and monitoring patient progress.
    • Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Students explore interdisciplinary collaboration opportunities, such as working with clinicians, psychologists, and researchers, to integrate qEEG into comprehensive healthcare approaches.

Mind Media is an impact driven company. Our purpose is to improve mental and physical well being of all. Therefor we are eager to work with and support education institutes for working with young people to make a difference in the near future.