RACGP Rural's "Introduction to point of care ultrasound for rural GPs" Active Learning Module (ALM) - opportunity for you to volunteer!
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) are also looking for up to 25 student volunteers to be patients in a Point of Care Ultrasound Active Learning Module (ALM) that they are running on Wednesday 28 September in Perth, WA for GP delegates of the GP16 conference. The students will be provided with lunch and will have access to the GP16 ALM day. They will be scanned by experienced rural GPs as they practice diagnostic ultrasound procedures.
This ultrasound program was developed by rural GP/Anaesthesiologist, Dr Casey Parker: DMO of the rural hospital in Broome, WA. The training will be delivered by rural GPs, experienced in using sonography in their practice environment. The content is designed to support rural GPs to increase understanding of the applications of point of care ultrasound in the diagnostic process.
To find out more about this opportunity, please contact RACGP at firstname.lastname@example.org.