Dr Nick Dudley will be presenting at a BMUS hosted webinar tomorrow evening: “An incremental approach to ultrasound QA”.
The webinar has been pre-recorded and will be released at 7pm. Attendees will have the opportunity to watch Nick’s presentation, prior to a live Q&A session at 7.45pm.
The BMUS webinar is free and open to non-members and members for 2 weeks.
Simply register by Tuesday November 3rd, midday, here https://www.bmus.org/mediacentre/events/webinar-an-incremental-approach-to-ultrasound-qa-with-live-q-and-a/
Those that cannot attend the live Q&A will still be able to watch the webinar for two weeks at their convenience.
Dr Nick Dudley and Multi-Medix have been working together to produce the “Diagnostic Ultrasound QA Manual” and videos. It is a practical guide to ultrasound QA that complies with the guidance issued by BMUS, AIUM, EFSUMB and IPEM. The BMUS webinar takes the opportunity to convey the key elements of the QA manual, which will be available in the next 4 weeks.
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