Central Line Episode 34: Diagnostic POCUS Certificate Program
Dr. Adam Striker discusses diagnostic Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) and ASA’s new certificate program with Dr. Yuriy Bronshteyn, editor-in-chief of ASA Editorial Board on Point-of-Care Ultrasound. Find out how you can benefit from participating in the program and achieving the certificate of completion. Hear about what it entails, and how long it takes to complete in this lively conversation that tackles the language, complexities, and benefits of building your POCUS skills. Recorded January 2021.
Dr. Bronshteyn is an intensivist and anesthesiologist at Duke University Health System and the Durham VA. He has completed multiple national training programs in diagnostic ultrasound and is board certified (Diplomate status) in Critical Care Echocardiography and Advanced Transeophageal Echocardiography. At Duke and the Durham VA, Dr. Bronshteyn conducts point-of-care ultrasound training for multiple groups of trainees. Outside of Durham, Dr. Bronshteyn has given multiple national talks and published several peer-reviewed papers on the topic of point-of-care ultrasound. Dr. Bronshteyn is the immediate past Chair of the ASA's Ad Hoc Committee on Point-of-Care Ultrasound and the current Editor-in-Chief of the ASA's Editorial Board on Point-of-Care Ultrasound.
Adam Striker, MD
Adam Striker, MD, is currently Chair of the ASA Committee on Communications, and is the series editor for ASA’s Central Line podcast series. He is an Associate Professor and serves as staff anesthesiologist in the Division of Cardiac Anesthesia at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and in the Division of Pediatric Anesthesia at Kentucky Children’s Hospital as part of the Joint Congenital Heart Care Program. He received his undergraduate degree in engineering from Purdue University and his medical degree from Indiana University. He completed his pediatric anesthesiology fellowship at Northwestern University.