“We believe that the future of ultrasound is portable, mobile and provides exceptional results.” ~Jasmine Rockett
Jasmine Rockett and Dr. Vic Rao of the POCUS Certification Academy and Janet Hoyler of 123sonography will be discussing POCUS for the general healthcare provider. In this webinar, you will learn about POCUS education, certification, and the clinical importance of POCUS expertise for healthcare professionals specializing in primary care, family medicine or general practice.
To learn more about the point-of-care ultrasound education and certification bundle discussed in the webinar, click here.
About our speakers
Jasmine Rockett, Manager of the Point-of-Care Ultrasound Certification Academy, has been working in the field of ultrasound certification for six years. During this webinar, Jasmine will provide an overview on the POCUS Generalist Certification and why this collection of eight specialty clinical certificates were created for general healthcare providers.
Janet Hoyler, RDMS, RVT
Janet Hoyler is the Clinical Content and Key Account Manager for 123sonography, one of the POCUS Certification Academy’s POCUS Education Providers. Janet is an RDMS and RVT credentialed ultrasound specialist. She will talk about the POCUS Generalist education course offered by 123sonography as another important area of continuing education for medical professionals.
Victor V. Rao, MBBS, DMRD, RDMS (APCA)
Dr. Rao, Manager, Global Clinical Content & POCUS Education for the Point-of-Care Ultrasound Certification Academy will be sharing clinical cases of importance for the general practitioner during the webinar. Dr. Rao is a radiologist by training and is one of the pioneers to introduce and develop point-of-care ultrasound learning content. This includes continuing medical education (CME) curricula for medical students, physician assistant students, residents, and physicians at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Columbia, SC.
Prior to his current position, he was the director of ultrasound education at University of South Carolina School of Medicine from May 2008 to August 2018. Dr. Rao has trained physicians in Tanzania and Philippines to establish POCUS programs in these countries. Dr. Rao has also worked as a primary care physician in mission hospitals overseas where he enjoyed seeing patients in the clinic, managed inpatients, performed deliveries, C-sections, and minor surgeries.
Learn more about the POCUS Generalist Certification.
Email us at POCUS@Inteleos.org for more information.