Designing POCUS Cardiovascular Curricula: Disrupt or Complement?
Watch the webinar below where Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS), specifically Focused Cardiac Ultrasound (FOCUS), is demonstrated as the ideal tool to supplement the traditional established cardiovascular (CVS) curriculum in medical schools—from day 1 of Medical School, throughout Clinical Medical Education, and indeed throughout a physician’s career.
Bernard E. Bulwer, MD, FASE
Director, Echo Stethoscope Academy Project
Longwood Medical and Academic Area, Boston, MA
Noninvasive Cardiology/Echocardiography Research
Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA, USA
Read this framework to learn principles and insights on how to teach and train in focused cardiac ultrasound.
Read to find out how focused cardiac ultrasound has proven beneficial in enhancing the diagnostic process of coronavirus (COVID-19) patients and the conditions it can help identify.
Research shows that using a short, focused course to train medical students in cardiac ultrasound during their first clinical year is achievable and provides students with valuable skills.
Learn what research says about the importance and practicality of creating a curriculum that supports learning focused cardiac ultrasound.
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