Education

SonoSite webinar education
Dr. Peter Steinmetz, co-chair of WCUME 2017 and Director of Undergraduate Bedside Ultrasound Teaching at McGill University answers questions around the use of point-of-care ultrasound ( POCUS ) and ensuring its proper use worldwide. You can listen to the audio...[Read more]
SonoSite webinar education
When Dr. Peter Steinmetz took on the task of ensuring McGill University’s medical school graduates would be proficient in the use of point-of-care ultrasound, he faced numerous challenges, not the least of which was the fact that the undergraduate medical...[Read more]
POCUS Profile: Dr. Torsten Müller
Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is rapidly becoming a crucial tool for emergency medicine in Germany, and it's increasingly common for ambulances and emergency doctor vehicles to be equipped with POCUS systems. Dr. Torsten Müller is the medical head of rescue services...[Read more]
SonoSite Case Study: POCUS in Resuscitation Situations
How valuable is the use of point-of-care ultrasound in resuscitation situations? Consider the following case study, provided by Dr. Mark Mensour, ER physician, Assistant Professor at the Northern Ontario (Canada) School of Medicine and course developer for Emergency healthcare practitioners...[Read more]
Are you a pulmonologist, interventional pulmonologist, or thoracic surgeon? Check out our webinar “Lung Cancer: The State of the Disease,” from the Endoscopy Division of Fujifilm. More people die every year from lung cancer than from colon, breast, and prostate...[Read more]
If you’re headed to ACEP16, here’s a list of the Top Five Tips and Trends to look for.
There are a lot of things Las Vegas is known for – gambling, over-the-top entertainment, and world-class dining. Now there’s one more thing to add to that list: ACEP 2016 – the leading event for emergency medicine. In a few...[Read more]
As point-of-care ultrasound becomes more common, hospital administrators across the world are understanding that beside ultrasound can do more than provide patients with real-time diagnosis and increase satisfaction scores – it can also make patients safe
As point-of-care ultrasound becomes more common, hospital administrators across the world are understanding that bedside ultrasound can do more than provide patients with real-time diagnosis and increase satisfaction scores – it can also make patients safer. As we travel across...[Read more]
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Professor Alistair Royse believes in the power of disruptive innovation. The Sonosite iViz is playing a crucial role in his education programs. At the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Australia , Cardiothoracic Surgeon Prof. Alistair Royse was one of the earliest...[Read more]
Joelle Schlang, Dr Christian Fox
Join Dr. John Christian Fox and Joelle Schlang as they discuss the role of ultrasound in medical education. Students at UCI receive more than 50 hours of hands-on ultrasound training, starting the first week of their first year at medical...[Read more]
Dr. Alan Chiem
Watch and listen to Dr. Alan Chiem as he discusses the benefits of early ultrasound training for medical students and how he uses ultrasound in the emergency room setting to both diagnose and guide therapies for patients with heart failure.[Read more]