November 15, 2017
Workshops focused on point of care ultrasound (POCUS) in internal medicine were held in the Skills Acquisition & Innovation Lab (SAIL) on November 6-10.
The five-day curriculum covered pulmonary, valvular abnormalities, pericardial effusion, image interpretation and image acquisition using live models. Internal Medicine faculty Dr. Gregory Mints, assistant professor of medicine, and Dr. Tanping Wong, assistant professor of clinical medicine, supported the event.
The workshops accommodate up to five internists who also participate in a weekly ultrasound bootcamp.