2011 Ultrasound CME conference

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:

Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound Course 2011

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.

Course highlights:

  • 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!

Bret Nelson explains ultrasound physics

2010 MSSM ED Critical Care Conference

ED Critical Care Conference Flyer

Always well received, our annual ED critical care conference is not to be missed if you are in the area.  Hope to see you there.

Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound Course 2010

Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound CME Course

In the evaluation and treatment of acute illness, seconds count. Focused bedside ultrasound has gained widespread use in emergency and critical care settings as an adjunct to physical examination and to aid in the performance of bedside procedures.

This course was designed with a critical care approach in mind, focusing on the utility of ultrasound in the evaluation of:

  • Airway, Breathing and Circulation
  • Disability
  • Procedure Guidance