Ultrasound Program Management: A Comprehensive Resource for Administrating Point-of-Care, Emergency, and Clinical Ultrasound is a pioneering…
Over the past decade, ultrasound simulators have been increasingly used as an adjunct to clinical training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
As the use of ultrasound continues to enhance patient outcomes, several barriers have emerged in the traditional apprenticeship-based ultrasound education model.
SonoSim, Inc., a leading provider of ultrasound education and training, publicly announced today that Experts Medical Projects will be added as its newest international partner. In their role as the exclusive SonoSim distributor for Qatar, Experts Medical Projects will supply widespread ultrasound knowledge and hands-on training to healthcare personnel in the region.
Ultrasound is an effective way of diagnosing pathologies and enhancing patient outcomes; however, training in ultrasound holds multiple barriers. Given the growth of the global simulation industry, the opportunities to complement clinical training are increasingly becoming crucial to a medical education curriculum. The SonoSim® Ultrasound Training Solution provides anytime-anywhere access to online course content, hands-on training, pathologic …
ATLANTA — All members of the first graduating class of Mercer University’s Georgia Baptist College of Nursing Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP) program passed the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) certification examination on their first attempt and are now practicing nurse practitioners.
SonoSim, a provider of ultrasound education and training, launched a comprehensive OB-GYN ultrasound training solution in support of a recently announced consensus-based training curriculum.
SonoSim recently released two new SonoSim LiveScan packages (Hepatobiliary and Genitourinary) which feature a variety of pathologic conditions, including renal, adrenal, liver, and pancreatic masses; gallstones, kidney, bladder, and ureteral stones; and polycystic kidney disease.