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The Five Things Sonographers Wish Everyone Knew

I’m going to preface this with stating that I come across these “controversies” on a weekly basis, sometimes daily. These are regular and frequent. I give people the benefit of the doubt because our field is a relatively new one in healthcare, especially as the technology and what we are able to do with it improves so rapidly. 758 more words

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Internal Medicine and Bedside Ultrasound–A Match Made in Heaven

I am an internist who does bedside ultrasound. This has not always been true. From 1986, when I got my MD from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, to November 2011, I was a traditional internist, taking care of a panel of patients in a small university town in Idaho. 783 more words


"What Do You Do?"

Anyone else have one of those jobs where when you’re asked THAT question, you groan inwardly because you know the long road of breaking down your job description lies before you? 246 more words


The National Ultrasound Interest Group (NUSIG)

The National Ultrasound Interest Group (NUSIG) is a student-led organization founded in 2014 to promote ultrasound in undergraduate medical education. You may know us as the force behind planning national level events like SonoSlam. 297 more words


Boy Howdy There's More

This morning I met with one of the advising specialists for Health Sciences at Austin Community College, and learned that while I did a ton of research into the field of cardiovascular sonography, I didn’t do that much into the degree program. 1,157 more words


Picking Up Speed

So there have been several updates to my school saga this morning.

First and foremost, I discovered that the Individual Plan for Employment amendment that Texas Workforce Commission and I did regarding the switch to cardiovascular sonography was approved – and in fact was approved before I ever got a copy of the plan in my hands! 426 more words