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This course will provide the theoretical background for emergency medicine trainees to become competent at Level 1 ultrasound scanning techniques as set out by the College of Emergency Medicine curriculum.
This course is approved for 11 College of Emergency Medicine CPD points.
Recommended for trainees in emergency medicine.
This is a refresher course for candidates who have completed the full course previously. Please enquire when booking.
Places are limited to 16 applicants so early applications are advised.
Candidates will rotate through a series of lectures and practical sessions across the two days. On completion of the course candidates will be expected to keep a log of their supervised practice according to College of Emergency Medicine Ultrasound training guidelines.
Includes course materials and daytime catering.
16 - 18 November 2020
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