Our basic beginner two-day cardiac ultrasound workshop is designed specifically for junior doctors (non specialist) though to intensivists, emergency physicians, anaesthetics, rural GPs, general medicine, and cardiology trainees. The aim of the course is to provide medical doctors with all the necessary skills to become proficient in the performance and diagnosis of the focussed cardiac ultrasound exam. Our experienced echocardiography educators simplify this learning process throughout. Applying our proven step-by-step approach & comprehensive hands-on component.
CSA ZOOM TEACHING SESSION'S
Practical scanning image acquisition tips, image review feedback Q&A, live feedback while scanning
at bedside, department scanning protocol design etc. (Tailored to your needs)
Zoom Pack’s: hours can be split in teaching sessions: Minimum 2 hour sessions.
Two hours $320 / Five hours $800 / Ten hours $1600
Facilitated by experts in echocardiography & point of care ultrasound.
Our workshops involve a strong hands-on with supporting mini lectures.
Guest speakers who are leaders in the field of point of care ultrasound.
Australia & Auckland NZ – Hands on practical emphasis/3:1 teaching ratio
Demo image acquisition, theory or image review, QA
(from Geelong office) Cardiac ultrasound training
Delegate confidentially acquires skills of acquiring 4 Acoustic windows/recognising normal
Designed for medical professional at all levels, from junior doctors to specialists.
At Cardiac Skills Australia we help clinicians meet the growing
demand for focussed point of care ultrasound.
The echo training you provided remotely via the Lumify training package was fantastic.
I really appreciated your effort to tailor this to my level and needs, and make it work in the challenges
that COVID presented with travel restrictions. The training you provided enabled me to develop
bedside echo skills that I now use on a daily basis in the clinical environment.
Dr Nathan Oates FANZCA
VMO anaesthetist | South East Regional Hospital
Upcoming Focussed Cardiac Ultrasound 2-day Workshops
10 / 11 September
6 / 7 August
11 / 12 June
15 /16 October
13 / 14 August
Kellie D'Orsa has been appointed an honorary teaching position in the Anaesthetics Department at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne.
Kellie has recently been involved as an investigator during a study titled “ESPy study”.
ESPy: Echocardiography in Swimming induced Pulmonary Oedema. Along side leaders in cardiac ultrasound. A/Prof. Andre La Gerche, Dr Douglas Hacking, Dr Leah Wright, Dr Geoff Toogood, Mike Gregory, Dr Erin Howden, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute Melbourne
Image shown Kellie performing cardiac ultrasound on swimmers post event in Baker van (attached).
Kellie D'Orsa has recently been featured in the Surf Coast Times.
Click here to read the article.
Image shown (above) Kellie performing cardiac ultrasound on swimmers post event in Baker van.