Presentations

 

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Friday April 29, 2011
World Congress Welcome Richard Hoppmann Dean, University of South Carolina School of Medicine Tomislav Petrovic  President, WINFOCUS Harris Pastides  President, University of South Carolina
PLENARY 1
The history of ultrasound and recent advances in technology Jim Tsung
Historical perspective of clinical ultrasound Daniel Lichtenstein
Ultrasound as a teaching tool Raoul Breitkreutz
PLENARY 2
Ultrasound and the Evolution of the Physical Examination Michael Blaivas
Educational needs in ultrasound across the globe Luca Neri
PLENARY 3
Ultrasound as a clinical tool for many specialties Vicki Noble
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
CONCURRENT A
Pre-hospital Ultrasound Tomislav Petrovic
Military and Disaster Ultrasound Rob Ferre Jeremy Johnson James Palma
Ultrasound: Remote Locations John McManus
CONCURRENT B UNDERGRADUATE ULTRASOUND PROGRAMS
Ohio State University David Bahner
Wayne State University Matt Jackson
University of California – Irvine Chris Fox
University of South Carolina Richard Hoppmann
Q&A
CONCURRENT C ABSTRACTS/MEDICAL STUDENT ASSESSMENT
Medical Students Performing Independent Ultrasound in the Intensive Care Unit Christian Fox
Teaching Clinical Sonographic Skills to Medical and Nursing Students Shanon Larese
Introducing Ultrasound in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation to Medical Students David Raymer
Assessment of Medical Student Performance in Discussing Central Venous Line Placement under Ultrasound Guidance with a Standardized Patient Caroline Powell
Assessment of Medical Student Performance in Detecting Thyroid Abnormalities in a Standardized Patient using Ultrasound Caroline Powell
Ultrasound in the hands of minimally trained medical personnel: The five step Aarhus training program (5S-ATP) for detection of pneumothorax Nils Nils Petter Oveland
Ultrasound Training as an Opportunity to Introduce Competency-Based Assessment in the Preclinical Medical School Curriculum Matt Jackson
Q&A
CONCURRENT D ABSTRACTS/TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATIONS
Real-time video streaming of ultrasound clips using domestic internet networks and free videoconferencing software Andrew Liteplo
A pilot study to determine the feasibility of performing an observed assessment remotely, by transmitting simultaneous ultrasound and A/V signals, over a standard internet connection Simon Richards
Remote Guidance Abdominal Ultrasound:  A Medical Mission to Honduras Brian Lace
CME4Docs: Development of online ultrasound learning modules for category 1 CME credit Duncan Howe
Learning module based on hands-on workshop of basic ultrasound abdominal anatomy Vojko Fils
CONCURRENT E ULTRASOUND TEACHING AND LEARNING
Ultrasound in the Simulation Center Beatrice Hoffmann
Ultrasound e-learning Paul Dubbins
Ultrasound teaching databases Rob Reardon
CONCURRENT F GUIDED PROCEDURES
Expanse of Guided Procedures Yi-Hong Chou
Patient Safety and Guided Procedures Dhruva Chaudhry
Pearls for Hitting the Target Dave Spear
CONCURRENT G GLOBAL ULTRASOUND PRACTICE AND EDUCATION
Mozambique and Lesotho Alberta Spreafico
India Sanjeev Bhoi
Australia Adrian Goudie
Brazil Jose Pazeli
Q&A
Saturday April 30, 2011
Meeting Update – Playing for Change Richard Hoppmann
PLENARY 4
Does point of care ultrasound improve access and quality of care: evidence throughout the world Enrico Storti
The importance of education and innovative technology in addressing global health issues
Convincing deans that ultrasound should be in the medical student curriculum Richard Hoppmann
PLENARY 5
Is point of care ultrasound cost effective? Larry Melniker
Point-of-care ECHO education Susana Price
Ultrasound education and the global crisis in infant and maternal mortality Alfred Abuhamad
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
CONCURRENT H ULTRASOUND TRAINING PROGRAMS
Utrasound training in Slovenia Gregor Prosen
Starting resident and fellow programs Pat Hunt
UK masters program Robert Jarman
Ultrasound University Keith Killu
CONCURRENT I NEW TECHNOLOGY
Ultrasound apps Alvin Wells
Smartphone and tablet-based ultrasonic imaging David Zar
Needle guided technology Steve Ridley
Q&A
CONCURRENT J ABSTRACTS/CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
Hand-carried ultrasound performed by hospitalists: Does it add to the accuracy of the cardiac physical examination? David Martin Johns Hopkins University
CONCURRENT J ABSTRACTS/CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
Point-of-care ultrasound by primary care physicians and geriatricians: old adults, new technology, potential benefits and burdens Sarah Schumacher University of South Carolina/Palmetto Health
Hand-carried ultrasound performed by a hospitalist to assist with clinical decisions in medicine inpatients: A Case Series Stefan Tchernodrinski John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County
Clinical cardiac tamponade vs. echocardiac tamponade James Kreiner Palmetto Health Richland Hospital
Coupling ultrasound LVH Screening with risk assessment as a management strategy for patients with chronic hypertension in a free clinic Duncan Howe University of South Carolina
Training practicing primary care physicians in point-of-care ultrasound Duncan Howe University of South Carolina
The utility of ultrasound in the outpatient pulmonary clinic
CONCURRENT K MEDICAL SCHOOL CURRICULUM
A vertically integrated medical school ultrasound curriculum at The Ohio State University College of Medicine Daralee Hughes and David Bahner The Ohio State University
Managing the logistics of a medical school ultrasound program Scott Nelson Wayne State University
Impact of faculty members with ultrasound specialization on ultrasound teaching by other faculty members James Moak University of Virginia
Competency based ultrasound guided peripheral IV curriculum for medical students: implementation and outcomes Claudia Ranniger, George Washington University
Incorporating global imaging into the medical education curriculum Brandon Chapman University of Vermont
CONCURRENT L GLOBAL HEALTH
Trauma and Ultrasound Andrew Kirkpatrick
Cadiovascular Disease and Ultrasound Tomislav Petrovic
The Lung and Ultrasound Anthony Dean
The Abdomen and Ultrasound Radu Badea
CONCURRENT M: ULTRASOUND EDUCATION: ORGANIZATIONAL EFFORTS (PANEL)
WINFOCUS Luca Neri
Society of Ultrasound in Medical Education (SUSME) Richard Hoppmann
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) Harvey Nisenbaum
World Federation of Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (WFUMB) Paul Dubbins
Panel Discussion
CONCURRENT N RESIDENT ASSESSMENT
Feedback following the inaugural years’ delivery of the first university masters-level programme in emergency medicine and critical care in the United Kingdom Simon Richards Teesside University
Ultrasound screening for left ventricular hypertrophy and abdominal aortic ultrasound in primary care: a residency curriculum Mary Beth Poston University of South Carolina
Ultrasound training among internal medicine residents: beginning of new era Anjali Bhagra Mayo Clinic
Cardiac ejection fraction determination using an ultrasound tutorial among medical students, emergency medicine residents, and cardiac fellows Meenal Sharkey The Ohio State University
Q&A
CONCURRENT O ABSTRACTS/WHAT ROLE CAN STUDENTS PLAY?
What’s happening around the country? What role can students play in getting a program started?
Do they like it, will they use it:  Medical students’ perspectives on ultrasound curriculum Teresa Liu George Washington University
Ultrasound interest group:  A novel method of expanding ultrasound education in medical school Nicole Dubosh The Ohio State University
Enriched Ultrasound Elective (EUE): Student-to­student structured mentorship for advancing ultrasound education during the 3rd Year of medical school Andrew Schaffrinna The Ohio State University
We want ultrasound! Ashley Davis University of South Carolina
Ultrasound student interest group Ashley Davis University of South Carolina
Sunday May 1
Meeting Update Richard Hoppmann
Welcome Congressman Joe Wilson
PLENARY 6  THE FUTURE
Ultrasound: Toward Standards of Practice Harvey Nisenbaum  Carmine Valente
Ultrasound: Empowering Healthcare Worldwide Luca Neri
Innovative Technology in Addressing Global Health Issues: the WHO Perspective Ruzica Maksimovic, Adriana Velazquez Berumen
Presentation of Awards
CONCURRENT SESSIONS
CONCURRENT P ECHO
ECHO in the ICU Gabriele Via
TEE Erik Sloth
ECHO Beyond the Cardiologist Michael Blaivas
CONCURRENT Q ABSTRACTS/MEDICAL STUDENT ASSESSMENT
Focused ultrasound as part of a 3rd year clinical skills immersion experience: A proof of concept John Kavanaugh The Ohio State University
Advanced ultrasound training for 4th year medical students:  A novel training program at The Ohio State University College of Medicine Nelson Royall The Ohio State University
The use of portable ultrasound in living anatomy teaching: lessons learned Debra Patten Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne
Point-of-care ultrasound to enhance anatomic learning and clinical correlations with procedures in preclinical medical education Hamid Shokoohi George Washington University
Ultrasound-guided vascular access on a phantom:  A training model for medical student education David Bahner The Ohio State University
Does ultrasound training during the head and neck anatomy lab improve dissection experience, dissection quality and examination scores? Brion Benninger Oregon Health and Science University
CONCURRENT R CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OB-gYN
Learning Curve and Factors Influencing the Feasibility of Performing Fetal Echocardiography at the Time of the First Trimester Scan Reem Abu Rustum Center For Advanced Fetal Care, Tripoli, Lebanon
Evaluation of Ultrasound Training in Obstetrics & Gynecology Residency Programs in Lebanon Reem Abu Rustum Center For Advanced Fetal Care, Tripoli, Lebanon
Fetal Loss in Symptomatic First Trimester Pregnancies with Documented Yolk Sac Intrauterine Pregnancy Mary Jo Hessert Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, Virginia
Field Testing a New Method for Performing Obstetric Ultrasound in Uganda Brandon Chapman and Gwen Fitz-Gerald University of Vermont
Q&A