Basic Applications – FAST Exam – Part II

Dr. Hames has recorded a second chapter for the FAST component of our Point of Care Ultrasound Series. This screencast spends more time on identifying potential errors leading to false negative and false positive studies.

By | 2014-06-20T16:53:33+00:00 June 20th, 2014|Basic Applications, Bedside Training, ED Bedside Training, ED Ultrasound Course, Education, Lectures, Tutorials|Comments Off on Basic Applications – FAST Exam – Part II

Point of Care Ultrasound – An Overview for Medical Students

On August 24, Dr. Rob Arntfield kicked-off the inaugural Western Medical Student Ultrasound Symposium with this thought-provoking keynote address introducing participants to point of care ultrasound.  The talk begins with a compelling case presentation and ultimately delivers an interesting and slightly iconoclastic overview of the current state of affairs with point of care ultrasound, its relevance to medical training and how on earth we got here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvQCDep3iEg

By | 2013-09-03T22:11:09+00:00 September 3rd, 2013|Lectures, Medical Student Meetings, News|Comments Off on Point of Care Ultrasound – An Overview for Medical Students

Point-of-care Ultrasound: Hyperechoic future in medical education?

The Point-of-care Ultrasound Interest Group reviews its inaugural year as a medical student club  and makes a pitch for integrating more ultrasound training in to undergraduate medical education.   We hope you enjoy the presentation! [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DglswiaRdII&w=420&h=315]

By | 2013-05-17T09:09:34+00:00 May 17th, 2013|Lectures, Medical Student Meetings, News|Comments Off on Point-of-care Ultrasound: Hyperechoic future in medical education?

AIUM 2013 Lecture – Critical Care Ultrasound Training Strategies

Rob Arntfield's talk from the American Institute for Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM)'s 2013 conference in New York City, given on April 9, 2013.  The moderator Dr. Paul Mayo can be heard at various intervals as well. The talk addresses various important elements when adding CCUS in to a critical care training program.  These elements are drawn from the positive experience in CCUS training at Western [...]

By | 2013-04-10T15:02:53+00:00 April 10th, 2013|Lectures|Comments Off on AIUM 2013 Lecture – Critical Care Ultrasound Training Strategies

Critical Care Grand Rounds: Rob Arntfield

March 22 2013 at Critical Care Western's citywide grand rounds, had their own Rob Arntfield speak about critical care ultrasound in his talk: Critical Care Ultrasound: Revolution to Adolescence.  Covering a broad array of topics related to CCUS, discussion over history and content of CCUS, the national and local approach to advancing CCUS and an in depth discussion on quality and safety, featuring some local [...]

By | 2013-03-22T13:18:32+00:00 March 22nd, 2013|Lectures|Comments Off on Critical Care Grand Rounds: Rob Arntfield

Yanick Beaulieu talks on CCUS History and Need for Dissemination

Dr. Yanick Beaulieu speaks delivers the keynote address at the Canadian Critical Care Western Winter Workshop (C3W3) n Silverstar, BC about the history and future of critical care ultrasound in Canada as the delegates of the meeting prepare to discuss how to broadly and effectively disseminate and deliver education and high quality research in our Canadian critical care environment. [wpvideo 39s0gntl]

By | 2013-03-07T12:48:24+00:00 March 7th, 2013|Lectures, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Yanick Beaulieu talks on CCUS History and Need for Dissemination

Critical Care US for the EP

See below for the talk entitled "Critical Care Ultrasound for the Emergency Physician" where Dr. Rob Arntfield, in speaking to the ultrasound track at CAEP 2012 in Niagara Falls, speaks about the frequently referenced field of "critical care ultrasound" and how it differs and is similar to emergency point of care ultrasound.  Areas of growth for critical patients in the ED are reviewed, including lung [...]

By | 2012-09-11T21:12:10+00:00 September 11th, 2012|Education, Featured, Lectures, News|Comments Off on Critical Care US for the EP