Live WCUI Webinar: Anatomical Cardiac Survey and Case Study Analysis of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome

GAIN TWO CME CREDITS & REGISTER TODAY!

WCUI is hosting another LIVE webinar and CME opportunity on Wednesday, June 17th, 2020 at 3:00 pm PST. This webinar is a focused lecture on the 4-chamber heart and its complexities followed by a case study analysis of hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS), a detailed discussion of the pathology. This CME course is approved by SDMS for 2.0 SDMS credits and Registration is FREE!

 The webinar is a great opportunity for Diagnostic Medical Sonography and OB/GYNs who are interested in reviewing the importance of the fetal heart views and gain additional knowledge through a case study on hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS).

To sign up, register for the webinar in advance! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

WEBINAR DETAILS:

When: June 17, 2020, 3:00 PM Pacific Standard Time

Topic: Anatomical Cardiac Survey – The Four Chamber View; Case Study Analysis of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome

CME Credits: 2.0 SDMS credits

Register in advance for this webinar, by following this link: https://wcui.zoom.us/webinar/register/7015913976591/WN_UGG0XKHfTa6QYzNNrMzi4w 

MEET THE GUEST SPEAKERS

See our video on IGTV introducing Amy and Jason and learn more about the upcoming webinar!

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Amy Zazzerra, OB, FE, RVT

Amy Zazzera is a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer at SanTan Perinatal. She attended Gateway Community College in Phoenix, Arizona, where she received her Associates in Applied Sciences (AAS) in May 2017. Her current registries include Obstetrics and Gynecology, Fetal Echocardiography (FE), Vascular Technology (RVT), and Abdomen/Small parts. 

Amy received her first position as a sonographer in Maternal-Fetal Medicine. She worked at a very busy clinic in downtown Phoenix where she developed a passion for high-risk obstetrics. Here, she worked to earn certification in CLEAR Cervical Length, Nuchal Translucency, and Nasal Bone.  As her experience grew, so did her fascination with the fetal heart and its complexities. By the end of 2019, she earned her credential in fetal echocardiography. She enjoys working with and continuously learning from her perinatologist, colleagues, and patients. 

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Jason Grabham, RDCS, FASE

Jason Grabham is a cardiac sonographer registered in pediatric, fetal, and adult echocardiography.  He began his career at the University of Kentucky Medical Center and has spent nearly 30 years in the field. Jason’s clinical experience includes leading large, nationally ranked echocardiography programs including Phoenix Children’s Hospital and the Cincinnati Children’s/Kentucky Children’s Joint Heart Program in Lexington.

Throughout his career, Jason has focused heavily on programmatic and community outreach development, quality improvement, and sharing his passion for delivering the highest quality imaging for patients with congenital heart disease.  He is also a reviewer for the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission for pediatric and fetal laboratories and is a Fellow of the American Society of Echocardiography.

Jason has shifted his passion from delivering quality patient care into helping to develop and inspire the next wave of sonographers in his new role as Director of Externship for WCUI’s Phoenix campus.

GAIN SDMS CME CREDIT & REGISTER FOR THE WCUI WEBINAR TODAY!

WCUI is hosting another LIVE webinar and CME opportunity on Friday, May 15th, 2020 at 12:00 pm AZT. This webinar is designed to develop the technical and cognitive skills required to perform venous insufficiency ultrasound evaluations and/or for assisting patients with treatment/disease management. This CME course is approved by SDMS for 1.50 SDMS credits and Registration is FREE!

The webinar is a great opportunity for Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Cardiovascular Sonography Alumni, and DMS, Cardiovascular and Vascular Sonographers who are interested in expanding their vascular sonography knowledge.

See the details below to register for the webinar in advance! 

ABOUT THE WEBINAR SPEAKER

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Laurie Bentson, MHA, RVT, RDMS is a sonographer registered in vascular and abdominal ultrasound. She attended the Oregon Institute of Technology and developed her vascular scanning skills while serving patients for 20 years at Banner University Medical Center-Phoenix campus. During her tenure, she managed the ultrasound team performing high-risk OB; supporting organ transplant services, vascular and cardiac surgeons, NICU, a stroke center, and a robust interventional radiology team to include ultrasound guidance procedures. Laurie furthered her education by obtaining her Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration and was promoted to Senior Manager, serving two additional major medical centers within Banner Health.

Throughout her career, Laurie has had the opportunity to develop students and seasoned technologists by sharing her experiences and enthusiasm for diagnostic imaging and most important, patient care. She continued working as an adjunct lab instructor, serving on multiple steering committees and the advisory board for the ultrasound program at Gateway Community College for much of her career. Laurie contributed to the development of structured reporting of vascular ultrasound findings to improve the quality of the documentation and standardize ultrasound imaging.  She has also successfully managed accreditation and reaccreditation processes for all imaging departments to include Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA), American College of Radiology (ACR), and Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC).

Most recently, Laurie made the career choice to immerse herself in ultrasound once again through WCUI, where she serves as Clinical Lab Director – restructuring lab environments to mirror clinical spaces and maximize learning opportunities.

WEBINAR DETAILS:

To sign up, register for the webinar in advance! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: May 15, 2020 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Arizona Time

Topic: Venous Insufficiency

CME Credits: 1.50 SDMS credits

Registration Link: https://wcui.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4Y7cTlczRfSYY_2v6hIkwA

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