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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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Patient Care … Why We Are Here

One of our principal goals at Pegasus Lectures is to improve patient care. We take the idea of conceptual teaching related to clinical application very seriously, and believe that rote memorization and gimmicks to pass exams do a disservice to … Continue reading

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Ultrasound Student Assessment: Statistical Analysis

Research on How to Best Select Students for Ultrasound Programs (Part 4) So if the title did not scare you off, then I know you are ready for this article. In this fourth in the series (part 1, part 2, … Continue reading

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