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Day 1 will be focused on basic core concepts, whereas Day 2 will take it to the next level with advanced topics.
AAA & IVC
Basic Cardiac Subxiphoid
Abdominal Free Fluid
Male & Female Pelvis
Deep Venous Thrombosis
Cardiac Evaluation (LV Function and Valves)
Nerve Blocks/Ocular US (TBD)
Registration and full event details online here.
MTL-SONO is a non-profit point-of-care ultrasound conference hosted by the McGill Ultrasound Interest Group. The conference is a two-day training event aimed at bringing together residents and students from across Canada and beyond. It will feature hands-on point-of-care ultrasound training as well as didactic lectures by experts in PoCUS education.
We understand how expensive PoCUS courses are for trainees and want to offer excellent ultrasound instruction for an affordable price, while fostering inter-university collaboration and knowledge exchange. We are proud to be the first student-run, non-profit, CPoCUS-recognized ultrasound training conference in Canada!
After the success of our 2019 conference, MTL-SONO 2020 was held virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions. Despite this change, our event enabled us to break barriers and foster an international PoCUS community. This fall, we look forward to another awesome weekend of learning with our 2021 IN-PERSON conference!
All ticket sales go directly to support student learning and outreach initiatives in point-of-care ultrasound. The event is organized and run completely by students on a volunteer basis. We hope you enjoy the weekend!
We will be providing TWO grants for student-run projects that promote POCUS education or outreach initiatives in their communities. Grants will be awarded on the last day of the conference.
Value: up to $1000 CAD each
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