8th World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education
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The Wayne State University School of Medicine will host the 8th World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center, Sept. 7-10, 2023.
The congress will bring together the medical profession and those concerned about the quality of today’s health care to share experiences, expertise and thoughts on how best to incorporate the power of ultrasound into education and clinical practice, and will feature the latest in innovative research in ultrasound education, including the use artificial intelligence to teach and assess learner competencies. There will be a number of oral and poster presentations from beginner to expert level to stimulate discussion across the spectrum. Medical students, mid-level practitioners, allied health professionals, residents and graduate students will have the opportunity to interact with national and international research experts.
Participants will learn from educational experts who have successfully implemented four-year longitudinal curricula to develop an understanding about what to teach, how to teach, assessment methods and where to seamlessly integrate ultrasound in line with Liaison Committee on Medical Education standards. Curriculum development and implementation will encompass all aspects of point-of-care ultrasound, from ultrasound applications in microgravity to undergraduate, graduate and global health applications. The congress will include opportunity to share an update on the new International Consensus Curriculum for undergraduate ultrasound integration.
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