Critical Access 2019
Save an additional 10% on the course. Offer expires June 23.
"No CT, No Problem!" Check out this amazing course set for August 5-7 in Missouri. We teach ultrasound on your pocket sized machine so that you will be ready for your next shift. If you don't have one, you can get one now and save $500 on the cost of the course.
Do you have a pocket ultrasound machine but want to learn more about how to use it to its full potential?
Do you work in a rural, remote, or critical access setting?
Do you want to have fun while learning ultrasound in a place you can bring your family?
If you said "Yes" to ANY of these questions, you have found the right course for you!
This can't miss course takes place August 5-7, 2019 in Leasburg, MO at Ozark Outdoors. This family friendly river resort is a perfect summer time getaway with an abundance of activities both on site and in the surrounding area including caverns, trails, parks, and murals. The mix of indoor and outdoor activities is a great way to spend time with family, friends, or colleagues.
Plus, register NOW and get multiple great savings!
FREE carrying case for your ultrasound machine.
Save $500 on the course when purchasing an ultrasound machine during registration.
$250 in savings when registering for the 3-day course.
There are both 2 and 3 day course options. Our 2-day course covers fundamental exams, and the 3-day course covers additional material beneficial for a variety of settings. The 2-day course offers 16 hours of AMA PRA Category I CME and our 3-day course offers 24 hours of AMA PRA Category I CME.
Pocket Sized Power
Don't have your own probe to bring to the conference? No problem! We have worked out deals with a couple of the most popular and inexpensive pocket ultrasound machines on the market. The new Butterfly iQ is available, and when purchased with the course includes the probe, charger, and a one-year license. Additionally, Butterfly Network has agreed to allow us to work with you long-term via a secure database where images can be reviewed by the group. We also have GE's Vscan Extend with its dual-probe that allows for both phased array and linear probes on one device.
Fantastic Small Group Learning
We believe that your education and practice is key for success. Learn in small groups with 4:1 student to faculty ratios with 75% of time being hands-on practice of your skills with live models. Interactive class instruction and rapid-fire review is key to help reinforce what you learn at this course.
Personalized Long-Term Support
Something that we provide uniquely is our year of support after the course. We give students materials both before and after the course to support you in continued learning. You aren't just paying for a course. You are investing in your future and long-term learning.
Day 1 Topics
Physics and Knobs
DIY DVT Exam
Poking the Vein, NOT the Artery
Finding Blood in Trauma
Day 2 Topics
The Aorta Will F@$% You Up
Too Much or Not Enough Fluids?
Eyes - Ditching the Fundoscope for POCUS
Bladders and Babies
Skin - Guessing Isn't Good Enough
Day 3 Topics
Sick Bags - Gallbladders and Appys
POCUS Before CT in Renal Colic
Quit Tubing the Goose
Bones, Tendons, and Muscles Oh My!
Nerve Blocks - Not Just for Anesthesia
Needles in Joints
This devices comes from Butterfly Network and was reviewed on the Critical Care Northampton website along with other ultrasound devices. It is unique for its chip technology that only needs one probe for full utilization. When purchasing this device you will need to have an iOS compatible device for the machine (which also must be brought to the course). There is also a yearly subscription for use as described above.
This dual probe by GE Healthcare was also reviewed on Critical Care Northampton website. It uses a phased array and linear probe on two opposing sides to obtain a wide variety of images. There is no yearly subscription to use this device or its features. It does not require a separate device (such as a phone or tablet) to use but has a smartphone style screen with built-in applications that allow users to access additional functions.
- Entirely taught on pocket ultrasound machines.
- Lower cost course compared to our competitors with more hours of training and CME credits.
- Big price savings compared to similar courses especially with purchase of a device for the course.
- Beat the line on waiting to get some of the most popular ultrasound machines in the industry.
- Ability to attend the course even if you do not have your own pocket ultrasound yet (and purchase on site if you like it).
- Course focused on primarily small group and hands-on teaching time.
- Long-term support to help you through your first year after the course (invest in your future and not just one class).
- Variety of topics and discussions that benefit clinicians in various environments especially those in rural, remote, or critical access settings.
- Teaching by excellent and personable faculty from across the country.
- Family-friendly venue (Ozark Outdoors) that offers a variety of activities both on-site and in the surrounding area.