Event Information
Use of Ultrasound in Rural Emergency Medicine - Melbourne - 2 June 2018
02/06/2018
Melbourne (last day to register!)
Hotel Grand Chancellor
VIC, 3000
$770.00 for Member
$995.00 for Non-Member
14 PRPD
14 Emergency Medicine
14 Radiology
Tier 2 Emergency Medicine Course
Procedural

Use of Ultrasound in Rural Emergency Medicine - Melbourne - 2 June 2018

The Ultrasound workshop offers an introduction and instruction on the use of Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine, trauma, and critical care for the rural generalist or general practitioner with minimal experience in using ultrasound in practice.

A major feature of this workshop is the 'hands-on' practice using live patient models, guided by highly experienced clinical application specialists, sonographers, and clinicians. This course has been designed to cover more common situations that may arise in the Emergency Department, in practice, or basic anaesthetics. Content may vary course to course dependent on the particular skills of the clinical facilitator

 

Total contact hours:
7.00
Pre activity
Provided with handouts pre-course
Post activity
Evaluation for certificate of completion and to accredited for the course
Learning objective

·         eFAST (including detection of pneumothorax and haemothorax/pleural effusion)

·         AAA

·         IVC

·         Lung

·         Simplified bedside Quick Look Echo

·         Upper arm IV access for Vascular Access, and

·         Special requests of Clinical Lead (as required). 

 

Assessment info

 

Additional info

 

Provider Information
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
Level 2, 410 Queen Street
BRISBANE CITY
ACT, 4000