Because point-of-care ultrasound is an essential skill in emergency medicine, the Society of Emergency Medicine Physician Assistants (SEMPA) has partnered with SonoSim, a leader in ultrasound education and training. With options for cloud-based education and the ability to scan real-patient pathology, the SonoSim® Ultrasound Training Solution provides Physician Assistants (PAs) an accessible way to build ultrasound knowledge, monitor progress, and practice hands-on scanning.
SEMPA President Fred Wu states, “SonoSim’s technology makes learning point-of-care ultrasound, an essential emergency medicine skill, convenient for PAs. Their online educational programs and simulators take ultrasound education to the next level.”
Founded in 1990, SEMPA is the largest organization for emergency medicine physician assistants (EMPAs), and was established to serve as the representative body for EMPAs and advance, project, and promote their role in emergency medicine. SEMPA achieves this mission through supporting the growth of EMPAs through education, advocacy, networking, and research to fulfill their vision of a vital, engaged and connection community of EMPAs.
Visit SEMPA.org to learn more: https://www.sempa.org/membership/member-benefits/sonosim//