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SonoSweden 2014 course

At the end of January, Bret Nelson joined an incredible team of international a faculty for the largest SonoSweden course to date. Course director Christofer Muhr hosted this unique, intensive hands-on conference at the scenic Yasuragi hotel in Stockholm, Sweden. Over thirty faculty and one hundred participants took part in this three-day course.

Among the faculty were lung ultrasound pioneer Vicki Noble, Matt Dawson and Mike Mallin (creators of the Ultrasound Podscast) and others from around the globe.

Registration is not yet open for the 2015 course, but check out the SonoSweden website for a countdown timer- there were over 100 people on the waiting list for this year’s course!

ACEP 2012- Ultrasound Management Course

 

The ACEP Emergency Ultrasound Section hosted its annual Ultrasound Management Course on Sunday October 7. This year’s course was organized by Vivek Tayal, Troy Foster and Bret Nelson. Special thanks to ACEP organizers Marilyn Bromley and Julie Williams who were instrumental in putting the course together.

Almost 120 participants registered for this full-day course which served as a whirlwind introduction to the operational aspects of emergency ultrasound. Participants interacted with each other as well as national ultrasound leaders in small group breakout sessions covering topics such as quality assurance, image management systems, reimbursement issues, and others.

Faculty for the course (listed below) hailed from across the United States and brought enormous expertise to bear in their lectures and small group sessions.  We look forward to their continued involvement as the course expands, as well as your suggestions for topics for next year’s course!

Emergency Ultrasound Management Course 2012

Sunday Oct 7th 2012 Denver

Course Agenda

EM US Director M. Blaivas
Introductory Education J. Kendall
Equipment Purchase V. Noble
Hospital Credentialing R. Jones
Quality Improvements P. Hunt
Breakout session All faculty
Politics of EUS P. Sierzenski
Continuing Program Education B. Nelson
EUS Coding/Reimbursement J. Resnick
Essential Software M. Stone
Workflow Solutions M. Byrne
Electronic Medical Record V. Tayal
Machine Maintenance A. Dewitz
Tying it all Together R. Geria

 

Breakout Sessions:

  1. Coding/reimbursement I (J. Resnick)
  2. Coding/reimbursement II (S. Hoffenberg)
  3. Machine purchase/maintenance (A. Dewitz)
  4. Archiving and QA solutions I (M. Stone)
  5. Archiving and QA solutions II (M. Byrne)
  6. The Director’s job- negotiations, pitfalls, strategies (R. Geria)
  7. Politics (local/national), hospital credentialing (V. Noble)
  8. The QA process (R. Lewiss)
  9. Ultrasound Education- training your faculty and yourself (J. Kendall)
2011 Ultrasound Management Course Faculty

ACEP 2011- Ultrasound Management Course

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The ACEP Ultrasound Section hosted its annual Ultrasound Management Course on Friday October 14. This year’s course was organized by directors Vivek Tayal and Troy Foster and co-directors Rajesh Geria and Bret Nelson. Special thanks to ACEP organizers Marilyn Bromley and Julie Williams who were instrumental in putting the course together.

Over 125 participants registered for this full-day course which served as a whirlwind introduction to the operational aspects of emergency ultrasound. Participants interacted with each other as well as national ultrasound leader in small group breakout sessions covering topics such as quality assurance, image management systems, reimbursement issues, and others.

Faculty for the course (listed below) hailed from across the United States and brought enormous expertise to bear in their lectures and small group sessions.  We look forward to their continued involvement as the course expands. Planning has already begun for the next Ultrasound Management Course to be held at ACEP in Denver 2012!

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Ultrasound Manual 2011

 

USManual2 cover 500x750 Ultrasound Manual 2011 The Manual of Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound, 2nd Edition is now available from Cambridge University Press and major booksellers.

The book details evidence-based protocols for the use of bedside ultrasound in the acute and critical care setting, as well as step-by-step guides for using ultrasound in procedures.

It is ideally suited for emergency physicians and intensivists interested in basic or advanced applications of ultrasound.

Reviews after the break. Continue reading

Russian Translation of Ultrasound Manual

US Manual Russian 700x1024 Russian Translation of Ultrasound ManualFeaturing a bold new cover design, the Russian language translation of the Manual of Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound is now available!

This book marks the third language for the Manual, which was first published by Cambridge University Press in 2007. The book’s concise focus and many illustrations and images have made it quite popular with physicians worldwide, and additional translations are planned for the future.

Harvard Ultrasound Course

HMS US CME Faculty 2009 1024x682 Harvard Ultrasound CourseEach fall, the Massachusetts General Hospital Emergency Department hosts their annual Bedside Ultrasound CME course. Mount Sinai’s own Bret Nelson joined an international faculty for this year’s offering.

Instructors from Boston, New York, Saudi Arabia, Spain, and Thailand covered emergency and critical care topics for the two-day course. The course is directed by Vicki Noble, MD, RDMS.

Manual of Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound

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Here’s a review from medGadget!

The Manual of Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound is available from Cambridge University Press and major booksellers.

The book details evidence-based protocols for the use of bedside ultrasound in the acute and critical care setting, as well as step-by-step guides for using ultrasound in procedures.

It is ideally suited for emergency physicians and intensivists interested in basic or advanced applications of ultrasound.
Topics include:

  • Fundamentals
  • Diagnostic ultrasound
    • Trauma ultrasound
    • Echocardiography
    • First trimester pregnancy evaluation
    • Abdominal aortic aneurysm
    • Renal and bladder sonography
    • Hepatobiliary evaluation
    • Deep vein thrombosis
    • Thoracic ultrasound
    • Ocular ultrasound
    • Musculoskeletal ultrasound
  • Ultrasound for procedure guidance
    • Vascular access (central and peripheral veins)
    • Thoracentesis
    • Paracentesis
    • Arthrocentesis
    • Foreign body evaluation
    • Abscess management
    • Lumbar puncture