- Basic Modes of Ultrasound
- Generating Ultrasound Images
- Lung Ultrasound
- Stenum Ultrasound
- Case Studies and Reporting
Mentored clinical ultrasound ward rounds
1. Pre-reading: 4 units of self-assessments, 5 case studies and pre-workshop exam (online - 10 hours).
2. A supervised workshop at University of Melbourne Ultrasound Simulation Centre (3 hours).
3. 10 Lung simulator case studies, self-performed at the Simulation Centre (7 hours).
4. Online multiple-choice post-workshop exam.
5. Online log book.
6. Practical test.
A Certificate of Completion is provided upon satisfactory completion of the assessment
Course completion requires approximately 10 hours of electronic learning and 10 hours of practical training.
Students have the flexibility to study the pre-reading material in their own time and location.
Program materials can be accessed through the eLearning Education app on mobiles and tablets with iOS, Android or Windows systems or with a web browser.
BAppSc (Phty), Int. Cert. OMT, PhD, APAM
Dr Doa El-Ansary is an Associate Professor and Course Director of Physiotherapy in the School of Health Sciences at Swinburne University. She is also an honorary senior research fellow within the Department of Surgery, School of Medicine, at the University of Melbourne. With expertise in both cardiorespiratory and musculoskeletal physiotherapy, she has worked in private practice, public and private hospitals settings in addition to holding honorary and teaching posts at the Australian Institute of Sport; the University of Sydney; the University of Canberra and Heart Support Australia.
MMBBS PhD FANZCA PGDipEcho
Lecturer, Ultrasound Education Group, Department of Surgery, University of Melbourne Consultant Anaesthetist, Department of Anaesthesia and Pain Management, Royal Melbourne Hospital and Monash Medical Centre David Canty is a specialist cardiothoracic anaesthetist with an academic interest in echocardiography and lung ultrasound. He has completed a Doctorate of Philosophy thesis in “The impact of focused transthoracic echocardiography in anaesthesia and non-cardiac surgery”. His areas of interest in cardiac anaesthesia include perioperative echocardiography, lung ultrasound and myocardial protection with cardioplegic arrest.
- Lynda Tivendale
- Alistair Royse
- Kavi Haji
- Andre Denault