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American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM)

Online Lectures

Video Icon  Integration of Ultrasound Into Medical School Curricula
Moderator: David Bahner, MD, RDMS 
This course convenes traditional and nontraditional imaging specialists to discuss the state of ultrasound in medical student education. By describing the current state and potential challenges, this activity hopes to bring awareness to those looking for the next steps in medical student ultrasound 
curricular development. Part 1   Part 2   Part 3   Part 4

Video Icon  Teach the Teachers, Part 1 
Moderators: Michael Blaivas, MD, and Richard Hoppmann, MD
· Overview of Ultrasound Teaching and Teaching Tools: Standardized Patients, E-Tech, and E-Learning; David Bahner
· Use of Simulation and Phantoms in Ultrasound Education: Setting Up a Lab and Becoming Efficient; Vicki Noble
· Use of Point-of-Care Ultrasound in Basic Science Medical Education; Michael Blaivas
· Staging a Meaningful Integration of Ultrasound Into a Fundamental Paradigm Shift in Medical School Curricula Alexander Levitov, Craig Goodmurphy

Video Icon  Teach the Teachers, Part 2
Moderators: Michael Blaivas, MD, and Richard Hoppmann, MD
· Use of Simulators in Ultrasound Education; Beatrice Hoffmann
· Advantages of Multidisciplinary Teachers and Multidisciplinary Learners; Shannon Larese
· How Do We Produce Enough Faculty Quickly Enough?; John Pellerito
· A Model Curriculum for Ultrasound in Medical Education: Challenges and Implementation; Scott Dulchavsky

Sound Judgment Series from the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine: invited articles highlighting the clinical value of using ultrasound first in specific clinical diagnoses where ultrasound has shown comparative or superior value.



Student/Resident/Fellow Membership - Access to online lectures, webinars, the Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, Online Resource Library, and more. Only $25 per year (United States).

Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME)


American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP)

Sonoguide: Ultrasound Guide for Emergency Physicians Written lecture series with images and videos.
Online Emergency Ultrasound Exam Video, image, and case-based questions to test emergency ultrasound knowledge.

Society For Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM)



PubMed Compiled articles on medical student ultrasound education 

A Pilot Study of Comprehensive Ultrasound Education at the Wayne State University School of Medicine - A Pioneer Year Review View


Viewpoint: Time to Integrate Ultrasound into Medical School Curricula 
- James Hwang, MD

Wayne State University
First-year students introduced to portable ultrasound



Additional Resources


Podcast review of the JUM article, "Sonographically Guided Posteromedial Approach for Intra-articular Knee Injections: A Safe, Accurate, and Efficient Method" 



EmergencyUltrasoundTeaching.com: Lectures, clinical cases, and resource links.


Philips: POC ultrasound tutorials are available on the Philips CCEM education web page:  http://philips.com/CCEMeducation. Philips also has a site with ultrasound-guided RA and PM resourceswww.philips.com/RAPMeducation

The iPad App can be downloaded from the App Store using the link below or by searching “Philips ultrasound”.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ultrasound-education-philips/id643540794?mt=8


PIE: The Perioperative Interactive Education (PIE) team at Toronto General Hospital has created a number of free online interactive resources to aid in the teaching of ultrasound for assessment of the heart and spine. These modules are intended to be used by medical educators in the classroom and by students for self-study.


Providian Medical Equipment: Ultrasound Imaging Guide - A quick and easy guide for optimizing ultrasound images.


SonocloudFree image and video database for upload and download of images and clips for lectures or publication.


SonoSpot: Topics in Bedside Ultrasound: Emergency ultrasound blog with cases, links, and topics of interest.


Sonoworld: Lectures and clinical cases from a variety of expert clinicians and sonographers.


Video Icon  UC Irvine Ultrasound Education Video podcast through iTunes covering a wide range of EUS applications.  


Ultrasoundcases.info: Library of >6,000 ultrasound cases with images and cine loops.


Ultrasound First: A

n endeavor devoted to education and increasing awareness of the effectiveness of ultrasound in enhancing patient care.

Video Icon  Ultrasound Podcast: Video podcast and link to ultrasound app for mobile devices. 1 Minute Ultrasound app available from iTunes - Free.


SinaiEMultrasound Videos from the Division of Emergency Ultrasound at Mount Sinai in New York. 


Introduction to Focused Cardiac Ultrasound: Part 1 (video) and Part 2  (video). This is a presentation by Colin T. Phillips MD, Michael C. Gavin MD, Warren J. Manning MD


Focused on POCUS, SonoStuff provides, "education and entertainment for the ultrasound enthusiast."



Do you know of additional resources that should be included here?  

E-mail MedEd@aium.org.