WCUI’s CME Division wrapped up the 2020 year with a virtual webinar on Fetal Echocardiography. Read more about the webinar, the attendee’s feedback, and how learnings from the activity can directly impact patients in the workplace. This SDMS approved event provided learners with 2.0 units as the year came to a close and rounded out our 2020 CME Library where participants of the webinar and those who completed the library earned 8.5 CME credits.
WCUI’s Continuing Medical Education is offering our first annual 2021 CME Week beginning February 1st through February 5th. The week will hold 5 days of educational webinars with academic leaders in the field that will help you expand your knowledge of ultrasound and how to apply it in your practice.
The CME Division is hosting a live webinar on Fetal Echocardiography on, Monday, Dec 14th at 6 pm MST. In addition, WCUI CME ticket package holders will gain access to the WCUI CME Library, together attendees can earn up to 8.5 CME credits before Dec 31st. Purchase your ticket today!
We connected with some of the top leaders at WCUI and asked them what they are thankful for this year, read them all below! As a reminder, all WCUI Campuses will be closed Thursday, November 26th, and Friday, November 27th. Weekend classes will resume on Saturday, November 28th.
Wednesday, November 11th marks Veterans Day, a holiday to honor those who have given their all for our freedom. On this day all WCUI campuses are closed. Please take a moment to reflect and thank everyone in uniform, in the past, present, and future for their service, bravery, and dedication to our country.
October marks Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month #MUAM which is held annually to spread awareness of the important role sonographers play in the medical community. From OB to echo, abdominal to musculoskeletal, and beyond, sonographers have impacted someone’s life and health.
WCUI Los Angeles and Ontario California are holding a Virtual Open House to learn more about our 9-month Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound diploma program. Enrolling now for Winter 2021 with classes beginning January 2nd!
Through the Lift Every Voice program grant, the WCUI Smith Library is hosting the first of two live webinars meant to provide a voice and discover what African American poetry can tell us about American history and stimulate a discussion about family and community service. In part one, spoken artist, Michael D. McCarty will guide a 1.5-hour reading and discussion “Ode to Herb Kent” (2015) written by poet and R&B singer Jamila Woods. The poem reflects on Herb Kent, “the longest-running DJ in the history of radio” and is set in Chicago where our webinar speaker, Mr. McCarty, was born and raised. Register today join! on Wednesday, October 21, 2020, from 1:30 – 3:00 pm PST on Zoom.
The month of September and September 10th mark World Suicide Prevention month, but mental health isn’t just a topic that needs attention one month or one day of the year, it’s a 365 days a year issue; so let’s talk about it! Find tips and resources if you are in need, want to help someone in need, or are looking to advocate for suicide prevention.
This year, the CDC is recommending everyone receive the flu vaccine to help protect yourself and the people around you from the flu. Call your healthcare provider or connect with your local pharmacy today to learn more about the flu shot and schedule an appointment before the flu season is upon us!