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Advancing a Career in Ultrasound: The Case for Cross-Training

ADVANCING A CAREER IN ULTRASOUND: THE CASE FOR CROSS-TRAINING In feedback from our last blog, we were asked to expand on the compelling need to cross-train in multiple ultrasound specialties in order to advance a career in the diagnostic ultrasound profession.  These requests came in … Continue reading

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Quick Concepts: Ergonomics

“[It] is a great fallacy: the Wisdom of [Age]. They do not grow wise. They grow careful.” That quotation, taken from Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms carries a deeper meaning for ultrasound/sonographic professionals insomuch as a lack of attention … Continue reading

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Ultrasound Student Assessment – TAKE-AWAYS

Program directors and aspiring ultrasound/sonographic professionals asked us to summarize our conclusions and advice, based on the nearly 10 years invested in developing Pegasus Lectures’ Ultrasound Student Assessment Program.  Here are a couple quick

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