The “Basics of Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging” webinar sponsored by Philips was eligible for 1 credit from the ACI.
The 60-minute webinar featured a panel of Philips experts including Stone Dupree, Ultrasound Technical Trainer and Developer; Mark Potts, Senior Service Product Manager, Ultrasound; Terri Richardson, Senior Global Product Manager; and Jim Moran, North America Service Product Manager, Ultrasound. The team discussed the principles of diagnostic ultrasound, how to identify basic types of transducers as well as understanding different types of applications and different modes that are typically used.
The webinar drew 179 people for the live presentation and more have viewed a recording of the session online.
Attendees gave the webinar high marks in a post-webinar survey. They were also asked “How well did the content that was delivered match what you were promised when you registered?”
“Very good overview of ultrasound. I enjoyed learning the theory behind the technology,” said T. McKinney, Biomed.
“This was a very good presentation of the fundamental technology of ultrasound,” shared D. Banister, Field Service Engineer.
“It was more detailed than I expected, which was great. I expected it to just cover a few basic things, but it went into a lot of details. I knew some of the details, but they explained things very well, and I learned a lot,” said O. Stephen, Biomedical Technologist.
‘Great content, lots of in-depth information,” said T. Beute, Service Technician.
“Well, I was expecting ultrasound basics, but didn’t expect such a deep dive into the physics and construction. That was awesome,” said D. Minke, Biomed I.
“One of the best webinars I have attended, really helpful information to understand the basics of ultrasound,” said L. Quinonez, BMET I.
“I thought the course was very well put together and was a great basic primer on the fundamentals of ultrasound,” said K. Mylar, System Director HTM.
“It was an overload … in a good way. Very informative and the presentation inspired me to look into the Philips classes they offer. Didn’t know about them until today. And if all the classes are this informative, one can walk away with much information,” shared J. Clark, Biomed II.
“Very good overview of the basics regarding diagnostic ultrasound. Was good information based on classes my team will be attending in 2020,” said K. Forsythe, HTM Director.
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