OHSU

Ultrasound Fellowship

The Department of Emergency Medicine fully integrates emergency ultrasound in clinical care, education and research activities.






Overview

The Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship is a one year fellowship that provides the advanced training needed to become an Ultrasound Director of any Emergency Department as well as a leader in the field of emergency ultrasound. The overall aim of the fellowship is to produce Emergency physicians who will excel in the clinical applications of bedside ultrasound and who will serve as future educators and mentors to advance the use of US in Emergency Medicine. Specifically, the fellowship provides training in core and advanced Emergency bedside US applications as well as administrative training needed to establish and maintain credentialing and QA programs. Furthermore fellows will receive training in education and research.


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Ultrasound Fellowship Brochure

Qualifications

  • BC/BE in Emergency Medicine (residency trained)
  • Strong interest in emergency ultrasound
  • Future interest in becoming an educator or director of ED Ultrasound

How to Apply

Please send a personal statement indicating your interest and goals in applying for a fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound as well as a CV and three current references by October 31. Send materials electronically to the Fellowship Coordinator, Stefanie Roland: rolands@ohsu.edu