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Emergency Ultrasound Course

Level 1 Course

Approved by the College of Emergency Medicine

Course Leads: Firas Abou-Auda & George Nada 

The College of Emergency Medicine now recommends that all ED doctors should be competent in Level 1 Emergency Ultrasound by their 4th Year of Specialist Registrar training (equivalent to ST5 year). Level 1 Emergency Ultrasound entails FAST scanning in trauma, abdominal aortic assessment, ultrasound guided vascular access and echo in life support. Our course also covers scanning for pneumothoraces. Ultrasound

Our 1 day Emergency Ultrasound course addresses all of the knowledge and practical skills recommended by the College as necessary to achieve competency in level 1 Emergency Ultrasound. The day includes lectures on the theoretical and practical aspects, use of central venous access simulators, as well as hands on practice at scanning normal, and pathological subjects. Our faculty of ED consultants have extensive experience in using ultrasound in the Emergency Department. Teaching in small groups they will guide you through your scans, offer useful tips on gaining the best image, and advice on maintaining your logbook beyond the course. 

Download a sample course programme.

Feedback from courses on 24th and 25th November 2015

“I was really excited about this course and I was not disappointed.”
“Really useful. I definitely feel more confident.”
“Really knowledgeable and patient instructors.”
“Excellent course. Very hands on and lots of practice.”
“Wish I had done it sooner.”
“Nice to get the chance to scan patients with pathology.”
“Very very useful thanks”

Level 1 Emergency Ultrasound Course Dubai 2016Dubai Ultrasound Photo 1

Thank you to everyone for helping make our March 2016 Dubai MRCEM and Level 1 Emergency Ultrasound Courses such a great success. We will be returning to Dubai to run more courses in the near future. Information will be made available once we have confirmed dates. To register your interest in attending future courses please email us at info@mcemcourse.org

About our Level 1 Emergency Ultrasound course

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine now recommends that all ED doctors should be competent in Level 1 Emergency Ultrasound by their 4th Year of Specialist training in Emergency Medicine. Level 1 Emergency Ultrasound entails FAST scanning in trauma, abdominal aortic assessment, ultrasound guided vascular access and echo in life support. Our course teaches all these skills and in addition also covers scanning for pneumothoraces. 

Our 1 day Level 1 Emergency Ultrasound course addresses all of the knowledge and practical skills recommended by the College as necessary to achieve competency in Level 1 Emergency Ultrasound. The day includes the required lectures on the theoretical and practical aspects followed by extensive practical teaching on normal subjects, real patients and simulators. All teaching is ‘hands on’ and you will get lots of supervised ultrasound practice.  Our faculty of ED consultants has extensive experience in using ultrasound in the Emergency Department and have been teaching on our UK ultrasound courses for over 5 years. During the small group teaching they will guide you through your scans, offer useful tips on gaining the best images, and advice on maintaining your logbook beyond the course. This course has an excellent reputation in the UK and quickly books out every time we hold it!

Download the full course programme PDF [here]

 

If you have any questions about any of the above courses, please feel free to email us on: info@mcemcourses.org.

Thank you!

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