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Emergency Medicine Continuing Education

The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine is dedicated to providing exceptional education to learners around the world. Our faculty have worked hard to create continuing education content that is not only specific to emergency medicine providers, but to any provider who has an interest in Point of Care Ultrasound (PoCUS). We've also curated publications that provide the best insight in emergency medicine practice. 

The POCUS Case Series

8 CME Credits

This course highlights real-world cases and uses of POCUS to enhance care by using a case-based delivery format. It offers a series of cases that focus on real-world examples of using POCUS in the clinical environment. Each case is summed up with a short video on key take-aways and pearls of wisdom. Topics include lung, cardiac, pregnancy, resuscitation, abdominal, soft tissue/MSK and procedural guidance. You can receive credit for each case series you complete up to a total of 8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

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Introduction to POCUS: Abdomen Part 1

3 CME Credits

This course consists of three modules: Introduction to Ultrasound Principles; POCUS for Fluid Assessment; Renal and Bladder POCUS Exam. This course covers the basics of how to perform POCUS of the liver, gallbladder and Abdominal Aorta. A review of common pathologic conditions are also covered. This course takes about 2 hours to complete and is accredited for 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. There is a $50 registration fee.

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Introduction to POCUS: Abdomen Part 2

2 CME Credits

This course covers the basics of how to perform POCUS of the liver, gallbladder and abdominal aorta. A review of common pathologic conditions are also covered. This course takes about 2 hours to complete and is accredited for 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. There is a $50 registration fee.

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Ultrasound Flashcards

Free

These ultrasound cards are a quick reference guide on how to perform various POCUS exams.

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Ultrasound Case of the Month

Free

Each month, Dr. Greg Zahn publishes a quick video highlighting a recent case where POCUS was used to improve clinical care in the ED.

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Ben's Top Ten

Free

Dr. Ben Hunter reviews many publications to help him make the best decision in the emergency department. Here are his top ten publications from the past year with essential take home messages to incorporate into clinical practice.  

See the publications

Image Library

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POCUS Basics

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Meet the Creators

60622-Brenner, Daniel

Daniel S. Brenner, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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44580-Ferre, Rob

Rob Ferre, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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9482-Herbert, Audrey

Audrey G. Herbert, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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11691-Hunter, Ben

Ben Hunter, MD

Professor of Emergency Medicine

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60370-Kaine, Josh

Josh Kaine, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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22633-Kennedy, Sarah

Sarah K. Kennedy, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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5449-Nti, Benjamin

Benjamin Nti, MD

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

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Jenna Pallansch, MD

2022 Graduated Fellow

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22580-Russell, Frances

Frances M. Russell, MD

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine

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21522-Rutz, Matt

Matt A. Rutz, MD, MBA

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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42268-Soriano, Pamela

Pamela C. Soriano, MD, MBA

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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13098-Zahn, Gregory

Gregory S. Zahn, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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