Ultrasound Fellowship

Ultrasound Fellowship

Started in 2017, the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship is a twelve-month program designed to give graduates of EM residency programs the skills and knowledge to become ultrasound program directors and leaders in the field of Emergency Ultrasound (EUS).  There are three primary components to the fellowship program. 

  1. Education: learning image acquisition and interpretation skills for both basic and advanced emergency and point of care ultrasound applications, and developing lecturing and teaching skills by developing an EUS lecture portfolio and contributing to the program’s educational mission. 
  2. Administration: understanding the critical components required to run an EUS program and how to best utilize information technologies for image archiving, database management, and quality assurance. 
  3. Research: understanding the state of EUS research by participating in monthly ultrasound journal club activities, developing an independent research project from its inception to publication, and participation in one or more ongoing EUS research projects.  
  For more information on the Ultrasound Fellowship Program, please email the program coordinator, Alescia McKeel .