Emergency Ultrasound-related Research Resources at Stanford Medicine Spectrum : “Spectrum is an interdisciplinary center that facilitates health research across the university.” Biodesign : The biodesign program facilitates the assembly multidisciplinary med-tech teams, provides innovation grants, teaches innovation classes, and more.
The Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of California San Francisco is pleased to offer a one year Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Program. Our fellowship is a one-year experience for graduates of emergency medicine residency programs. ... and is actively conducting emergency ultrasound research. Core ultrasound faculty include ...
Second year medical students along with Dr. Nathan Teismann created a new UCSF ultrasound training program for first year medical students. We collected data to assess if our program helped students retain anatomy knowledge and to determine how much their ultrasound skills improved as a result of the program.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Ultrasound Program focuses on bedside education, research and improving patient care. Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) has been shown to expedite diagnosis of life-threatening disease, increase patient satisfaction, decrease ED length of stay, lower healthcare cost, and, most importantly, save lives.
Emergency Ultrasound Research Overview The University of Pennsylvania. The faculty of the Department of Emergency Medicine and Division of Emergency Ultrasound are well integrated into educational and research resources of a leading nationally ranked university. The campus includes the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Presbyterian Medical ...
He is the Peter Weimersheimer Professor of Emergency Medicine, a Professor in the Ultrasound Leadership Academy, and a course director of Echo Guided Life Support (EGLS). His expertise includes international ultrasound education, TEE resuscitation, ultrasound administration, and clinical ultrasound research. Dr.
The Emergency Ultrasound faculty members in the Department of Emergency Medicine are very active in clinical research relevant to point-of-care-ultrasound (POCUS) in emergency practice. Our research endeavors generally fall within one or more of the following broad categories: Assessing the effectiveness and feasibility of novel ultrasound ...
The growth of ultrasound applications has opened up new possibilities for ambulatory, critical care and emergency physicians. Stanford has been at the forefront of this new frontier, driving research, discovery, innovation, and educating physicians locally and internationally.
OHSU has been using ultrasound in emergency medicine since 2000. The division of emergency ultrasound includes 3 dedicated EM Faculty responsible for medical student, resident and faculty education as well as quality assurance and coordination of the Ultrasound Fellowship.We use ultrasound for all core and advanced uses in emergency medicine.
As the premier organization for high-quality research and educational innovation in emergency care, the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) creates and promotes scientific discovery, advancement of education, and the highest professional and ethical standards for clinicians, educators, and researchers.