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Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is an expanding area of medicine and quickly becoming a necessary skill for which clinical physicians must have foundational knowledge1. The goal of our curriculum development is to guide the resident in becoming competent in the use of POCUS to aid in clinical decision making in both inpatient and outpatient settings by providing learning opportunities that will enable residents to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to apply it as a frequently used tool to improve quality and promptness of care.
graduate medical education, residency, ultrasound
Adams D, Rogers D, Kowalkowski J. Point-of-care ultrasound curriculum development in a family medicine residency. Poster presented at: 50th Annual Resident & Fellow Research Forum; April 28, 2022, Royal Oak MI.
50th Annual Resident & Fellow Research Forum; April 28, 2022, Royal Oak MI.