This full-day course will focus on practical aspects of thoracic ultrasound procedures including demonstrations on volunteers, and discussion and interpretation of clinical cases. Each of the six topics will begin with a short overview with selected key elements and pitfalls.
Following the online course, all participants will create a portfolio of 10 TUS scans and review 5 cases from other participants.
Participants who attend the live online course and complete the post-course requirements will be awarded a certification of completion for part two and will be eligible to proceed to part three of the TUS training programme.
The thoracic ultrasound certified training programme is a three-part programme designed to train qualified doctors to independently perform thoracic ultrasound. Due to the pandemic, part two is currently an online course, while part three is being redesigned.
- Basic knobology
- Normal lung and FLUS examination technique
- Chest wall, parietal pleura and related structures
- Effusion, pneumothorax and interstitial syndrome
- Lung consolidation, diaphragm, abdomen and heart
- Invasive procedures
- Live demonstrations
- Pre-recorded procedures
- Interactive Q&A
- Small-group breakout sessions with discussions and interpretations of clinical cases
This course has been accredited by EBAP (European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology) with 22 CME credits.
Only successful participants of part one of this training programme can register for this course.
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Registration fees for this online activity are non-refundable.
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Five ERS bursaries are available, which cover the registration fees for the online course.
To be eligible to apply, you must be:
- Under 40 years old
- A member of ERS
Please note that only one bursary may be allocated per person, per calendar year.
To apply, sign in to your myERS account when registering for this course. If you meet the criteria listed above, you will have the option to apply for the bursary at the time of registration.
You will be prompted to complete a digital form as part of the bursary application and to upload your CV. Please complete the form, attach your CV and then submit.
Please note that only completed application forms with an attached CV will be considered.
- Bursary application deadline: 20 April 2022
- Bursary application notification: 27 April 2022
Take this opportunity to submit a 3-minute pre-recording of your case presentation for the breakout rooms by 16 May 2022.
The organising committee will select cases to be shown and discussed and will inform you once the chosen cases are confirmed. Please ensure that you are available to attend the live session and do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.