During this webinar, Reed Krause, MD and Vi Dinh, MD, will focus on how to integrate point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) into medical school curriculum and residency programs. The speakers will also address barriers for educators to overcome as well and POCUS learners to overcome.
- Learn How to integrate POCUS into a longitudinal training program such as medical schools, residencies, and fellowships.
- Discuss barriers to implementing POCUS education and how to overcome them.
- Learn how to utilize peer to peer teaching and online learning tools to teach POCUS.
About Our Speakers
Vi Am Dinh, MD, FACEP, RDMS, RDCS, is a professor of Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Critical Care at Loma Linda University (LLU) and an internist at the LLU Medical Center’s Emergency Medicine Department and Division of Critical Care Medicine. He is also the founder and editor of POCUS 101.
Reed Krause, MD, is an Ultrasound Fellowship-trained Internal Medicine physician working as a hospitalist at Loma Linda University Medical Center. He has been involved in medical school curriculum development for the past 8 years. After Reed’s ED Ultrasound fellowship training at Loma Linda, he took on the roles of Family Medicine Program Ultrasound Director and Internal Medicine Residency Ultrasound Director.
Contact the speakers at Support@Pocus101.com
- Advances in Medical Education and Practice Journal published a study examining the impact and effectiveness of a novel POCUS curriculum for an Internal Medicine (IM) residency program.
- Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Resident Use of Point-of-Care Ultrasound provides insights on overcoming barriers to the routine use of POCUS in clinical decision-making.
- Read our blog post to consider the perspective of two medical school students on the Value of POCUS in Medical School Education.
- Review our Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Education Provider (PEP) program to find quality, professional POCUS education, and training resources.
- Learn more about our PEP partner, POCUS 101, which is dedicated to helping users like you, from any specialty, learn POCUS in the easiest way possible.
Questions? Email POCUS@Inteleos.org