The Hands On Ultrasound Education (HOUSE) program is a modular, customizable course that can be delivered in your community and adapted to meet your learning needs. The applications are divided into “stable patient” and “unstable patient” categories and are taught using pre-readings, and hands-on work with models and simulators. The course can be scaled for three to 12 participants. For a complete list of the topics taught in the HOUSE program, visit UBC RCPD’s web site.
Who should attend the course?
What will I learn?
Skills to empower your practice and stay current, through learning classic and new indications for point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS). Hands-on training of applications to expedite diagnosis and treatment of urgent or life-threatening conditions. Pre-course learning modules offered in a self-guided format teach you the theoretical knowledge to practice the selected POCUS applications. A complete list of topics taught in HOUSE are available on UBC RCPD’s web site.
Interested in bringing the HOUSE Program to your community?
Please contact Kathryn Young at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (604)-875-4111, ext. 69138