- Because of the intimate nature of the fellowship, fellows will receive direct informal feedback on a weekly basis from the EM ultrasound staff.
- Fellows will meet with the Fellowship Director, Dr. Shipley, twice in a given academic year. In October Fellows should be prepared to receive feedback regarding progress and teaching style, discuss QA issues from their clinical experience, discuss career plans, and discuss their research requirement objectives. By May fellows should be prepared to discuss their progress during the year and review their career objectives. At the end of the fellowship, the Director shall provide a letter documenting the curriculum, the fellow’s accomplishments, and a recommendation to the EM US Section Chief and EM Division Chief for graduation with fellowship credentials.
Criteria for Fellowship Graduation:
- Successful completion of
- Active and enthusiastic leadership of the EUS in resident and medical student education
- Active planning and teaching of EUS to the greater EM community (this can include teaching POCUS outside of EM, teaching at national, regional, or local conferences).