A big week here again having run out TRain the UtraSound Trainer (TRUST) program online in Denmark over the weekend – the challenges of remote teaching, multiple languages and timezones were overcome and a fun time had by all.
Our face-to-face programs are starting to book up earlier than usual too – so if you are thinking of coming along check out our calendar and book your leave before you miss out. If you need to give us a ring or email if you need to discuss your options in securing a spot while you’re waiting on the roster to smile kindly on you! And don’t forget, we can bundle a system with your training if you want to maximise your CME and make 2021 your year of ultrasound.
Some interesting resources this week – check out the new WesternSono app – it’s a goodie.
See you next week
Suean and Mike
P.S. – be sure to tune in for our #coachingcorner next Thursday – featuring James Ferrie podiatrist extraordinaire and special guest Mark Gilheany (Podiatric Surgeon) – and check out the other videos anytime on our website.
#POCUS #CardioEd #MEdEd folks! check out this webpage & VR-tutorial on u/s-guided CVC insertion! Use cursor to look around 180 field of view or view it in a VR headset! https://t.co/hbzcqIRdup@UAlberta_ICU @UAlberta_FoMD
@UAlberta @gurm33t @iceman_ex @avkwong@nthibodeaujarry pic.twitter.com/YLPjMAhbNC
— Alberta Sono (@UAlberta_Sono) April 29, 2021
ACEP is pleased to debut its new and improved Sonoguide, developed to help emergency physicians understand the scope and practice of emergency ultrasound.
Check it out NOW at https://t.co/nTSPfCwyxa
— ACEP Members (@ACEPNow) April 29, 2021
@DrsonoRD @mmrhealthcare @JaniceBoughton
POCUS in Primary Care | April EduCast | Vave Health
Need a mobile resource for POCUS Education? Check out this new FREE app created by experts and students. One-stop shop for all things POCUS with a huge library of clips, videos and tools with frequent updates
— Frank Myslik (@FrankMyslik) April 28, 2021
Point of care ultrasound – why is it important for CRNAs? Host @RandyMooreCRNA is joined by Tom Baribeault, DNP, CRNA, in the newest episode of Moving the Needle to discuss why CRNAs should start considering using #POCUS routinely. 🎙 Start listening: https://t.co/SgIj5h9tx4. pic.twitter.com/UjgaBOXlcE
— AANA (@aanacrna) April 28, 2021
The answer is…
A kids favourite around here is sultana and oat biscuits – https://t.co/YXqJEoT0o0
Did you get it right? Raisins are pretty close…
— Zedu #wearamask 😷 (@zedunow) April 27, 2021
Had a FANTASTIC convo this AM w Dr. Rodriguez of @mmrhealthcare to round out 3 interviews w fab primary care clinicians using POCUS. I really believe tomorrow's @VaveHealth #EduCast will be 👁️ opening for many. NOTE: watch here instead of on twitter: https://t.co/aDoyDpQf3i
— Renee Dversdal (@DRsonosRD) April 28, 2021
🆕 ACP Clinical Guideline: Recommendations for use of point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) in certain patients in emergency department or in-patient settings https://t.co/5rxS0wH7mU.
— ACP (@ACPinternists) April 26, 2021
Protocol with video included. Will be doing future videos covering each complication https://t.co/JmUPZZYtPC
— Sonographic_Tendencies (@trigeminy_henry) April 26, 2021
— BMUS (Ultrasound) (@BMUS_Ultrasound) April 24, 2021
@CJEMonline ft @dan___kim @OlszynskiP @MGottliebMD
When it comes to haemodynamics, ultrasound can answer the critical questions that need answering at the patient’s bedside. @ICUltrasonica, the rest of the #FUSIC team and I are proud to present FUSIC HD.
We hope it will greatly benefit patient care.https://t.co/CjE3tNp6J2
— Ashley Miller (@icmteaching) April 23, 2021
— POCUS Journal (@POCUSJournal) April 23, 2021