WCUI’s Continuing Medical Education division specializes in providing continuing education with an emphasis on point of care ultrasound for non-sonographers. Our team of esteemed healthcare professionals has years of experience in the field of ultrasound and educating a variety of student groups, both in-person and online from, practicing Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Medical Students, Physical Therapists, and more. Our goal is to help established medical professionals expand their knowledge of ultrasound and develop the skills they need to utilize ultrasound in their practices. Through WCUI’s Continuing Medical Education group, we provide a variety of educational opportunities in topics like Musculoskeletal Ultrasound (MSK), Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS), a growing CME Library, and Customized Corporate trainings.
MSK (Musculoskeletal Ultrasound)
This upper and lower extremity ultrasound course will focus on musculoskeletal ultrasound of the most commonly scanned anatomy. Attendees will come away with the ability to identify normal and pathological joints on ultrasound. They will also learn useful hands-on scanning techniques and protocols that they can take back to utilize in their practices.
Introduction to MSK Ultrasound: Upper and Lower Extremity
REGISTER HERE: Sign-up today by filling out the form at this link: WCUI POCUS Course Enrollment Form. The WCUI CME team will reach out to you to help with any questions you may have and register you for the upcoming course.
POCUS Generalist (Point-of-Care Ultrasound)
This course on point-of-care ultrasound techniques for the eight specialty clinical areas included in the POCUS Generalist Certification through the POCUS Certification Academy.
POCUS Emergency Medicine (Point-of-Care Ultrasound)
This course focuses on point-of-care ultrasound techniques for the seven specialty clinical areas included in the POCUS Emergency Medicine Certification through the POCUS Certification Academy.
Malka Stromer is a registered diagnostic medical sonographer whose clinical skills were fostered at the University Health Network and Mount Sinai’s Center of Excellence in Obstetrical Ultrasound, in Toronto, Canada. Malka has spent the past 15 years of her career sharing her enthusiasm for sonography as a professor, first at Mohawk College (the collaborative Mohawk-McMaster Institute for Applied Health Sciences) and then at Gateway Community College in Phoenix, Arizona.
Malka has spoken at various professional events and educational institutions on topics including sonography of the bowel and her research in the ethics of obstetrical ultrasound. She has authored a chapter in a sonography text, and has won a research award through the SDMS, and most recently the John and Suanne Rouche Excellence Award through the League for Innovation in the Community Colleges.
Malka is the owner of Sound Sports Imaging, LLC, and together with her colleague Jeannine Noble, now teaches POCUS and MSK ultrasound to health care professionals around the world.
Jeannine Noble received her physical therapy degree at AZ School of Health Sciences (AT Still) in 1999. In the final semester of school, she was introduced to musculoskeletal ultrasound and found it to be a unique specialty in ultrasound that incorporated the anatomy background of physical therapy. Although there was very little written about musculoskeletal ultrasound in 2000, she was fortunate enough to work with physicians who saw the benefits of this new diagnostic tool.
Jeannine has performed too many scans to count in multiple specialty practices including orthopedic, physical medicine and rehab, and podiatry. She has also done training for Healcerion, GE, Esaote and Ezono. She has conducted trainings for private practices and large groups. She has worked on research projects at Midwestern University, AT Still, and various private entities.
Most recently Jeannine and her business partner, Malka Stromer, have been working with the faculty at Midwestern and AT Still helping to implement a Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) program. The goal of this program is to introduce ultrasound to the osteopathic students and assist them in becoming proficient users of ultrasound for basic diagnostic and interventional procedures.
Check out our library of CME webinars designed to help you gain your yearly CME credits. These SDMS-approved asynchronous classes provide sonographers, vascular technologists, and MRI techs with up-to-date, industry-driven CME opportunities.
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Customized Corporate Training
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