The Mount SinaiÂ DepartmentÂ of Emergency Medicine hosted its annual ultrasound CME conference on April 25.Â Faculty, fellows, nurses and PAs from a number of institutions and specialties took part in our tenth annualÂ course.
The course was directed by Bret Nelson, MD who introducedÂ ultrasound physics and machine controls, followed by lectures on assessment ofÂ airway and breathing (Jim Tsung, MD, MPH), cardiovascular ultrasoundÂ (JenniferÂ Huang, DO), trauma evaluationÂ (Phil Andrus, MD) and procedure guidance (Amy Sanghvi, MD).
After lunch an intensive hands-on session with live models, task simulators and sim cases rounded out the experience.
The Mount SinaiÂ DepartmentÂ of Emergency Medicine hosted its annual ultrasound CME conference held on March 22 at the Stern Auditorium.
Faculty, fellows and PAs from a number of institutions took part in our eighth annual conference.
The course was directed by Bret Nelson, MD and topics included ultrasound physics (Leila PoSaw, MD, MPH) and assessment ofÂ airway and breathing (Jim Tsung, MD, MPH), circulation (Daniel Singer, MD), disability/trauma (Phil Andrus, MD) and procedure guidance (Danny Duque, MD).
Great lectures by Sinai’s Emergency Ultrasound faculty were followed by an intensive hands-on scanning session.
The first World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education has come to a close.Â The event was a great success, with excellent plenary sessions in the morning, hands-on teaching in the afternoon and southern hospitality in the evening.Â It was nice to see so many familiar faces, and although we couldn’t capture everyone, we had to record a few for posterity.
Check out the slideshow or click through from the gallery below to download any of these from my flickr account.
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Until next time…
Phil, Bret, Jim, Rob and Ee.
Our annual ultrasound CME conference held on March 7 was a great success!
Faculty, fellows and PAs from a number of institutions took part in our seventh annual conference.
Topics included ultrasound for airway, breathing, circulation, disability and procedures.
Great lectures by Sinai’s Emergency Medicine faculty were followed by an intensive hands-on scanning session.
Aditional information on lectures:
On March 7, 2011 the Division of Emergency Ultrasound will host its annual hands-on CME course at Mount Sinai. Targeted at clinicians in emergency and critical care settings, the course consists of presentations by national faculty and plenty of hands-on scanning with live models.
- Basic to advanced topics covered
- Organ system-based approach to bedside ultrasound use
- Faculty with international experience in ultrasound education
- Diagnostic applications as well as procedure guidance covered
Both experienced sonographers and neophytes will benefit from small group sizes and an interactive course design.
Additional information is available on the CME Course Page, or download our Brochure.
Registration for the course is open!