Gain practical skills on this Emergency Medicine Point of Care Ultrasound course for health professionals. On this three-day course, you'll learn the principles of emergency medicine ultrasound.
Why study with us
- Expert trainers will explain important concepts of ultrasound image formation and recognition of common artefacts. You'll be shown how to use ultrasound system controls properly to influence image quality.
- This course meets the 2021 Royal College of Emergency Medicine PoCUS syllabus objective; empowering trainees to gain, maintain, and progress in PoCUS competencies.
- Practical hands-on training with dedicated phantom models.
Study mode: Full-time over three consecutive days
Duration: 3 days
Start date: Monday 13 May to Wednesday 15 May 2024
PoCUS examination techniques include:
- Focussed assessment for free fluid (FAFF)/Focussed assessment with sonography in trauma (FAST) – abdominal and thoracic
- Focussed assessment for abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA)
- Echo in life support
- Ultrasound-guided IV access
You'll learn using tissue-mimicking phantoms and mid to high-specification ultrasound equipment.
This course is based in the School of Medicine and Dentistry
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