Kevin Hu, MD
Kevin Hu, MD
We know that ultrasound is an integral part of your practice and that you deserve the training and resources that will enable you to utilize this powerful tool throughout your career. We also know that you face any number of challenges when it comes to ultrasound, from access to the equipment and training to skeptical faculty and work flow integration. We're here to help.
We will be advocating on behalf of you, EM residents, to make sure you have access to the best possible technology and training. We'll be providing you with valuable information about high-yield exams and novel applications of ultrasound to make you more efficient and we'll dig around for the best resources, digital and otherwise, to save you the time and frustration. This page will also keep you connected to the goings-on in world the EM Ultrasound, whether you're looking for resources and mentorship or considering fellowship.
Joining EMRA Committees is easy and FREE.
Just log into your EMRA account and select which one(s) you wish to join.
Once you join, you will receive an invitation to be part of the EMRA Committee Basecamp, which helps facilitate communication and collaboration.
ACEP Ultrasound Section
As a resident, you get joint memberships in both EMRA and ACEP - so make sure you're aware and informed of what the ACEP Ultrasound Section is doing!
When you set up your EMRA/ACEP membership, you get (2) section memberships for free - one to YPS, and one of your choice. Why not make that choice Ultrasound?
Additional ACEP section fees are half off - only $20Learn More
EMRA Fellowship Guide
Chapter 28 Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship
Ultrasound is a rapidly progressing and widely-accepted medical imaging modality that has revolutionized the field of medicine. It has become a popular diagnostic modality and the essence of emergency medicine. This fellowship specifically targets those who are interested in becoming experts in utilizing this modality.Go to Chapter 28
LITFL • Life in the Fast Lane Medical Blog 5/9/2018
ALiEM - Academic Life in Emergency Medicine 8/22/2013