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LEARNING FROM ‘FAILURE’ … ?

LEARNING FROM ‘FAILURE’ … ? Whether you are trying to earn your first ultrasound credential, or adding a specialization, we can all agree that there isn’t much fun in sitting for the examination.  The nature of the exam lends itself … Continue reading

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LIMITED BY BODY HABITUS

LIMITED BY BODY HABITUS  A couple years back, I presented a lecture to the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS) Annual Convention titled Ultrasound: Changing the World.  My focus then was on how changes in access to our technology portends … 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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