East Anglian Air Ambulance is hosting a Level 1 Pre-hospital Point of Care Ultrasound Course (POCUS).
East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) has developed an extensive education programme for the use of ultrasound in the pre-hospital environment.
Point Of Care Ultrasound is used by Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care, Anaesthetics and Pre-hospital specialist to add valuable information to a clinical assessment. It specifically refers to ultrasound used to make a specific clinical decision.
Our POCUS course is unique in that we teach you the basics of scanning and then how to apply it to pre-hospital cases. We have an expert faculty that have a multitude of different accreditations including BSE, FUSIC, RCEM, FAMUS among others. All of our faculty are active in acute care settings and provide a wealth of knowledge. We also show you how clinical governance is the lynchpin to effective POCUS use in any organisation.
This course is endorsed by The University of East Anglia.
Book your place
You can book on to our next POCUS Course, taking place on the 10 September, below. Alternatively, if you’re not able to make this date, you can register your interest below so that we can let you know when new dates are released.