It’s October – month of Halloween hocus pocus and Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month. How very apt 🙂
We’re heading into month seven of being shut down, but plans are afoot for a covid-safe and careful reawakening soon. Watching those numbers every morning and the average reduce has become a preoccupation. Here’s hoping Melbourne holds tight and we see this through to a new normal.
In the meantime there is plenty of amazing free ultrasound resources again this week to keep you up to speed. In particular check out the new Ultrasound in Resource-Limited Settings: A Case Based, Open Access Text Edited by Michael Schick DO (@UltrasoundStuff) and Rebecca Stein-Wexler MD, with On-line Editor Aida Nasirishargh. An amazing amount of work from an incredible crew.
See you next week
Suean and Mike
P.S. – Last night’s #coachingcorner covered lumps and bumps – was a great discussion – we’ll have it up online soon. All the recordings of the previous sessions are available for you free any time. If you’re looking for free support online join the #coachingcorner any time – it’s your opportunity to learn with our community of clever live and free every month. Plus – if you have anything you’d like to add to our weekly wrap let us know anytime.
Critical Care @BioMedCentral
Intraoperative visualisation and treatment of salivary glands in Sjögren’s syndrome by contrast-enhanced ultrasound sialendoscopy (CEUSS): protocol for a phase I single-centre, single-arm, exploratory study
Ultrasound in Resource-Limited Settings: A Case Based, Open Access Text
Editors-in-Chief: Michael Schick DO and Rebecca Stein-Wexler MD. On-line Editor Aida Nasirishargh.
Cardiovascular Ultrasound @BioMedCentral
BJA Education @BJAJournals