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    • Monday
      13
      February

      February Member Webinar: Advanced Practice Sonography in the UK from a Canadian Perspective

      Feb 13, 12:00 - 13:00 (ET)
      Join us for this presentation and discussion on the differences in UK and Canadian medical imaging programs. The benefits and challenges of advanced practice within the UK system will be discussed. Sonographer training and education in the UK will be compared to that in Canada. Some aspects of advanced practice could benefit our patient populations, providing the challenges can be addressed and appropriate safeguards are introduced. This will include reference to regulation of the profession and a brief discussion of the relevant legislation in the provinces of Ontario, and Newfoundland and Labrador.

    • Wednesday
      8
      March

      March Member Webinar: The Fine Art of the Carotid Ultrasound

      Mar 8, 12:15 - 13:15 (ET)
      Carotid sonography is a fine art, and one that has a large impact on the patients who receive it. A sonographer skilled in this art has the opportunity to stratify a patient for revascularization surgery, define the cause of a TIA or stroke, identify and monitor cerebrovascular disease, monitor patients for post operative complications and even save a life. The diverse patient population presenting for carotid sonography can pose a variety of challenges for sonographers. This session will describe scanning basics as well as common challenges encountered in scanning both normal and abnormal patients. Best practices and expanded imaging necessary for specific situations will round out this complex topic. Join us for this updated talk complete with information on changes in standards.