New to POCUS or just need a refresher? Join us for our acclaimed two-day, in-person courses that combine high-yield lectures with hands-on scanning sessions.

In addition to receiving 12-14 CME hours, you will leave this course with the skills and motivation to start using POCUS at the bedside.

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“Best course I have attended in over 30 years. Incredibly informative, hands-on, and fun! I immediately started integrating POCUS into my practice.”

“This is going to be a game-changer for our practice and save time, money, and lives! Thank you!!”


Hands-on scanning sessions.

Low student to ultrasound ratios.

Low instructor to learner ratios.

Real-time feedback for your scans.

Interactive lectures taught by clinicians, for clinicians.


DAY 1 7:00 AM        Registration and Refreshments 8:00 AM        Introduction to Point of Care Ultrasound 8:20 AM        Ultrasound Fundamentals 8:40 AM        FAST Exam/E-FAST (A Window Into the Abdomen) 9:00 AM        FAST Lab 10:00 AM      Kidney & Bladder (A Different Approach to Ureteral Colic) 10:20 AM      Kidney & Bladder Lab 11:00 AM      Gallbladder and AAA (Diagnose Biliary Colic and do AAA Screening) 11:15 AM      Gallbladder and AAA Lab 12:00 PM      Lunch 1:00 PM        MSK Lower Extremity Joints & Lab 2:45 PM        MSK Upper Extremity Joints & Lab 4:30 PM        Open Scanning 5:00 PM        End of Day
DAY 2 7:00 AM        Registration and Refreshments 7:30 AM        Open Scanning 8:00 AM        Rapid Fire Images 8:20 AM        Focused Cardiac Echo (CHF, Volume Status, Effusion, Right Heart Strain) 8:50 AM        Cardiac Echo Lab 9:50 AM        Pulmonary (Pneumonia, Pleural Effusion, and Pulmonary Edema) 10:10 AM      Pulmonary Lab 10:50 AM      OB 1st Trimester and Lab (Rule Out Ectopic by Ruling in an IUP) 12:00 PM      Lunch 1:00 PM        Ultrasound Guided Procedures and Lab (PIV, Thora, Para, LP, Central Line) 2:30 PM        DVT and Lab (Rule in or out this diagnosis in clinic) 3:30 PM        Other Applications (Ocular, Diverticulitis, SBO, and More) 4:30 PM        Open Scanning 5:00 PM        End of Course