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Basic Applications – FAST Exam – Part II

20 Jun

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.

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Point of Care Ultrasound – An Overview for Medical Students

3 Sep

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.

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

17 May

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!

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AIUM 2013 Lecture – Critical Care Ultrasound Training Strategies

10 Apr

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 University’s critical care training program.  Particular emphasis in this talk is placed on quality assurance for critical care ultrasound.

Enjoy.

Critical Care Grand Rounds: Rob Arntfield

22 Mar

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 data.   Check it out!