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Over 400 trainees gain BSE accreditation thanks to HeartWorks
Since 2020, Intelligent Ultrasound has been supporting the British Society of Echocardiography (BSE) to run transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) practical assessments safely. Jo Sopala, CEO, BSE explained “We have over 4700 members, and this helped 429 of them to get their accreditation through that time. So nearly 10% of our members came through a process that was completely and utterly facilitated by the support provided by Intelligent Ultrasound.”
Intelligent Ultrasound Adds Endometriosis Module to ScanTrainer to Support Sonographer Learning and Early Diagnosis
Intelligent Ultrasound (IU) announce that it has added a new module to its ScanTrainer transvaginal and transabdominal ultrasound simulation platform – endometriosis. The new module comes with two e-learn modules and 21 endometriosis cases to support sonographers in their learning and identification of the disease.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital use HeartWorks to expand learning opportunities
Birmingham children’s hospital have developed a training program specifically for paediatric echocardiography trainees, using the HeartWorks simulator to expand learning opportunities and relieve the strain of training with a potentially difficult patient population. It is hoped that the program can be expanded in the future to help train specialist paediatric echocardiographers nationwide.
Einstein Healthcare Network Selects NeedleTrainer™ to Drive Innovation and Learning in Nurse Anesthesia Program
The Frank J. Tornetta School of Anesthesia at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, embraced innovation, rolling out NeedleTrainer to provide hands on ultrasound training and develop graduate nurse anaesthesia student’s ability to safely, independently and competently perform nerve block procedures.
Intelligent Ultrasound Strengthens Multiplanar Reconstruction in HeartWorks 3D Echo
Intelligent Ultrasound has further improved its HeartWorks 3D Echo module. New features in Multiplanar Reconstruction (MPR) will provide students with even more opportunity to explore and inspect the volume they’ve acquired.
Novel cardiac anesthesia/surgical training, in Alberta
The University of Alberta has developed a novel training program using Intelligent Ultrasound’s HeartWorks Transthoracic/Transesophageal Echocardiography (TTE/TEE) system to simulate perioperative cardiac anesthesia/surgical scenarios, allowing trainees to take a phased approach to scenario management without the stress of a high-stakes environment.
Introducing the Ultrasound Basic Principles eLearn
Point-of-care Ultrasound is fast, cost-effective and non-invasive – but it’s a difficult skill to learn. This new IU Academy course supports a comprehensive learning pathway, teaching the principles of probe manipulation and image interpretation in a structured eLearn environment, supporting self-directed learning and relieving the pressures of teaching the basic principles in a high-stake clinical environment.
HEE are elevating the national standard of training in Echocardiography, with HeartWorks
Part of Health Education England (HEE), the National School of Healthcare Science has invested in twenty-three combined HeartWorks-BodyWorks systems to standardize training in ultrasound and echocardiography for healthcare scientists across NHS England.
Bordeaux University Hospital Uses HeartWorks to Accelerate and Connect Learning Across Specialties
For the last 10 years, Bordeaux University Hospital has been using Intelligent Ultrasound’s (IU) HeartWorks to help progress and accelerate learning. In this blog, we interview Professor Stephane Lafitte who tells us the story behind the need for a new platform and how they have used HeartWorks to connect and train across specialties.
Supporting WFUMB in improving global healthcare
Intelligent Ultrasound will be supporting the World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (“WFUMB”) in its mission to bring sustainable ultrasound programmes to the underserved areas of the world to improve global healthcare through collaboration, communication and education.