Entries tagged with "clinical ultrasound"

Emergency Ultrasound and Certification

Aug 08, 2014 | Clinical ultrasound, Advocacy

Thanks to our panel for a great discussion about certification of emergency physicians to perform ultrasound. This is an evolving and controversial topic, and we identified several key areas of focus and actions to take moving forward. We also reviewed of the recent ACEP consensus statement regarding external certification.

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The Core Content of Clinical Ultrasonography Fellowship Training

Jul 22, 2014 | Clinical ultrasound, Education

Thanks to our great panel including Resa Lewiss, Bret Nelson, James Moak, Jason Nomura, Chris Moore, and Raj Geria to help introduce and review the The Core Content of Clinical Ultrasonography Fellowship Training document published in the April 2014 edition of Academic Emergency Medicine.

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State of the Ultrasound Union

Feb 17, 2014 | Admin, Advocacy, Clinical ultrasound, Education

We had a great panel discussion about the current state and future directions of emergency ultrasound. Our panel included Vicki Noble, Mike Mallin, Srikar Adhikari, Jerry Chiricolo, Raj Geria, and Steve Leech. Thanks to our panel and participants for another great meeting!

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Case of the Month - November 2013

Dec 23, 2013 | Clinical ultrasound

Check out this case of the month from our November 2013 meeting.

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SonoRoundtable Journal Club

Dec 16, 2013 | Research, Clinical ultrasound

Thanks to Srikar Adhikari and Steve Leech for coordinating our first ever SonoRoundtable Journal Club. We discussed 3 recent research articles in critical care applications of ultrasound that were published in 2013.

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ACEP 2008 Emergency Ultrasound Guidelines

Nov 17, 2013 | Admin, Advocacy, Clinical ultrasound, Education, Research

Vivek Tayal gave a great presentation on the ACEP 2008 Emergency Ultrasound Guidelines.

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