So you teach UltraSound, but you have no clue how to make it sound & fun? No need to stress nor lose any sleep over it, my friend! My homemade fun remedies coming right up! No more killing by power point… It’s not a bad tool after all, but deadly in overdose! Especially if you overload it with text and diagrams. Use a picture – tell a story! Make your audience laugh!!!

I won’t pretend I can sound smarter than  Matt & Mike, Lord Stone or Lady SonoSpot, but I can help you build in the fun factor into your soundest ultrasound teaching!!! Right mouse click – „save image as” – and all those crazy slides are yours!!! Let me know if you have any trouble getting it to work – I can always email them to you! I’ll post them as I go… Some motivational slides will come as well! Today a few for a good start – way more in planning phase!

Please let me know what you think of this initiative!!!

[PS] My sincere thanks to all the unknown authors of the images I dug out on the Internet! If you want to claim any of them, please let me know – I’ll gladly add your reference!

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Teaching ultrasound moves to 60+ers? Any trouble explaining the concept of rotating, sliding and fanning? Just have them do the Twist…

Basic ultrasound moves for 60+ers

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Want to spice up your echo lecture?

Who would thinkg that CHF can be so naughty

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Talking about ultrasound in trauma? Who said you need to traumatize the audience?!

SUSS IT OUT

Ultrasound in Trauma

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Trouble motivating your learners to scan for the right reasons? Give them some selfish reasons! Guilt them right into it!

3 selfish reasons to scan