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September 30 All day

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Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is revolutionizing the way clinicians assess and monitor patients. With new advancements, ultrasound probes can now be attached to mobile phones or tablets, making them highly portable, accessible, and affordable compared to standard ultrasound machines.

This powerful tool empowers clinicians to make faster and more informed decisions at the bedside, ultimately ensuring patients receive the most appropriate care plan.

Focused Lung Ultrasound Course: Equip Yourself with the Latest Skills

Our Focused Lung Ultrasound Course is specifically designed for junior doctors, physiotherapists, physician associates, and advanced nurse practitioners, addressing your unique needs and requirements.

This practical, hands-on course provides you with the skills and knowledge to confidently utilize lung ultrasound in your practice. You’ll learn from expert faculty through:

  • Normal lung scanning: Understand the typical appearance of healthy lungs on ultrasound.

  • Pathology scanning: Identify and interpret common lung pathologies using ultrasound.

  • Integration into practice: Learn how to seamlessly integrate lung ultrasound into your patient assessments and treatment plans through case studies and simulations.

  • Diaphragm and airway ultrasound: Gain insights into using ultrasound to assess the diaphragm and airways.

Maximize Your Learning:

Our small group format ensures you receive personalised attention and ample hands-on practice time. This allows you to:

  • Quickly gain confidence: Master lung ultrasound skills under the guidance of experienced instructors.

  • Sign-off pathologies: Document your findings in your logbooks for credentialing purposes.

£300 Event Price

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London Rd
Reading, RG1 5AN
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0118 322 5111
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Anaesthetics, Emergency Medicine and All Medical Specialties


Foundation Doctor, SHO, Registrar, SAS Doctor, Consultant, Nurse Practitioner and Physician Associate