Fellows will be required to obtain 1000 ultrasound exams during the year. We digitally record all exams, which then go to PACS, and we have a weekly video review QA session. Fellows will teach medical students, residents, and pediatric fellows in the hospital and have the opportunity to teach ultrasound courses at the regional and national levels. Research projects are expected and supported by the faculty and research administration. Fellows have access to multiple forms of online ultrasound education produced for Ultrasound Podcast by the leaders in emergency ultrasound. Fellows have access to multidisciplinary echo based resuscitation course and opportunities to learn TEE. Please contact fellowship director, Dr. Ockerse at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Application Process: http://www.eusfellowships.com/
Length of Fellowship: 1 year
Additional Funds: $11,000 given for SOM retirement, full medical and dental coverage, $10,000 for CME funds
Number of Clinical Hours: 8 shifts/month, 20 hours/week
Other Duties: 1 research project, medical student and resident education, resident didactic sessions
Number of Sites: 3
Number of Positions per year: 2
Image Review: Digital image review. We hold weekly QA sessions including ultrasound faculty, US fellows, rotating residents and medical students.
Deadline for fellowship application: October 25, 2016 (the earlier the better as we start offering interviews in September.)
Interviews scheduled: October/November (at ACEPT, visiting Utah, or via webcam)
Fellows chosen: US Match day is November 17, 2016 according to the EUS Fellowships website.