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Category Archives: Ultrasound Student Assessment

Footballs and Boyle’s : On Cavitation and Deflate-gate

OK!  Full disclosure: I am a New England Patriots fan through and through, having grown up and lived much of my life in Massachusetts.  Leading up to Superbowl  XLIX, there  was incessant media coverage discussing potential “cheating” in the AFC … Continue reading

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How do I integrate an Online Registry Review program with an upcoming credentialing exam?

In the last blog, I opened a comparative discussion on Live vs. Online Registry Review preparatory strategies.  The feedback we received was very gratifying, and welcome. Pegasus Lectures has never believed that “one size fits all”, especially with something so … Continue reading

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Patient Care … Why We Are Here [Part 2]

Today, DARLA MATTHEW BAS, RT, RDMS completes the chronicle of her experiences assisting Project Vietnam Foundation and jump-starting an ultrasound training program in Ho Chi Minh City. As I mentioned in Part 1, the genuine gratitude and eagerness that you … Continue reading

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