Introducing the only Diagnostic POCUS Certificate Program created by physician anesthesiologists for physician anesthesiologists. Expand and validate your diagnostic point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) expertise for hospital credentialing and... Read More +
Introducing the only Diagnostic POCUS Certificate Program created by physician anesthesiologists for physician anesthesiologists. Expand and validate your diagnostic point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) expertise for hospital credentialing and privileging committees while receiving a standardized approach to diagnostic POCUS training.
This five-part program, designed to help you develop and demonstrate mastery of heart, lung, and gastric diagnostic POCUS skills, is identical for all learners. However, the image acquisition training (part 3) offers two purchase options.
Part 1: Performance Improvement (PI) Action Plan
Part 2: Evidence of Prior Diagnostic POCUS Training: CME/ACGME Certificates
Part 3: Image Interpretation Training: Online Case-Based Diagnostic POCUS Module
Part 4: Image Acquisition Training: Portfolio of Diagnostic POCUS Studies Performed
Part 5: Take the final exam and earn your certificate of completion
Group discounts available! Submit an interest form to learn more about pricing for your facility/program.
Editor-in-Chief, Yuriy Bronshteyn, MD, FASE
Josh Zimmerman, MD, FASE
Orode Badakhsh, MD
Jan Boublik, MD, PhD
Bradley Coker, MD
Lev Deriy, MD
H. David Hardman, MD, MBA, FASA
Stephen Haskins, MD
McKenzie Hollon, MD, FASE
William Manson, MD
Oliver Panzer, MD
Anahi Perlas, MD, FRCPC
Scientific Pulmonary Advisor
Alberto Goffi, MD
Clemons M. Ortner, MD, MS, DESA
David Ramsingh, MD
John C. Klick, MD, FCCP, FASE, FCCM
Dolores B. Njoku, MD
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine Liaison (AIUM)
ASA Committee on Surgical & Procedural Anesthesia
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