15 Jul Webinar | “My last shift…six ways that PoCUS saves lives, money, and/or time every day that I use it”
WINFOCUS is presenting a series of webinars highlighting how experts are adapting Clinician-performed ultrasound (CPUS) and Point-of Care Ultrasound (PoCUS) to their own practice setting.
Next Thursday, August 20
10:30 hours EDT Time (New York, USA)
16:30 hours CEST Time (Rome, Italy)
20:00 hours IST Time (Delhi, India)
22:30 hours CST Time (Beijing, China)
7:30 hours PDT Time (San Francisco, USA)
9:30 hours CDT Time (Mexico City, Mexico)
Presented by Dr. Bret Nelson (Mount Sinai Medical Center, USA – New York)
Moderator Dr. Suthaporn Lumlertgul (King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Thailand – Bangkok)
In order to Participate you need to pay the course fee of €10.00 first and fill out the registration form.
Once completed you´ll receive a link with the password to access the webinar
*The webinar is free of charge for WINFOCUS ´Members.
If you are a member and want to participate please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also obtain the WINFOCUS’ official certificate of attendance for 10€ (5€ for members)! Ask Winfocus Secretariat for more info!
This webinar will feature common applications of ultrasound which are useful on any given shift. We will discuss examples across many organ systems where simple ultrasound evaluations can change management and improve care.
MY LAST SHIFT…SIX WAYS THAT PoCUS SAVES LIVES, MONEY, AND/OR TIME EVERY DAY THAT I USE IT is part of The General User Series.
In the WINFOCUS General User Series, world expert sonologists consider pearls, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade in the clinical use of PoCUS. Interactive format: audience participation encouraged.
Registration costs €10 per registrant. The charge for those wishing for the WINFOCUS OFFICIAL certificate is €10.
If you are a member of WINFOCUS, registration will be free, unless certification is requested, in which case it will be €5 per registrant
We look forward to meeting with you on-line!
Dr. Bret Nelson
New York City, USA
Emergency Medicine and System Chief of Emergency Ultrasound at Mount Sinai
He has lectured around the world on point of care ultrasound and medical education. He has written several books, including the Manual of Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound, the Atlas of Handheld Ultrasound, and the upcoming Resuscitative Transesophageal Echocardiography
Dra. Suthaporn Lumlertgul
Emergency physician at King
Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital.
She is a pioneer in bringing point of care ultrasound in emergency in Thailand.
She is the founder of Resus Ultrasound App.
She serves as WINFOCUS’ Associated Member.
Winfocus Board Member
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