ultrasound education has changed remarkably over the last decade, and there are now so many great (and free!) online educational resources available to the point-of-care ultrasound community. i aim to contribute some┬ádiscussions on the subtleties and day-to-day issues that surround point-of-care ultrasound, as well as some short-format mini talks that cover only the need-to-know content. in short, i’d like to offer some practical advice on point-of-care ultrasound, as it’s a central focus of my clinical and academic practice.

on a larger scale i’m also conducting interviews with some of the field’s most experienced point of care ultrasound folks (podcasts at ultrasoundpodcast.com) to encourages each other to develop new ideas, avoid common errors, refine our understanding of the benefits and limitations of point-of-care ultrasound, and push the ultrasound envelope as far as it’ll go…