Dr. Matthew Burke received his bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and his medical degree from Albany Medical College. He completed his family medicine residency at Brown University and, through the Robert Graham Center in Washington, D.C., subsequently completed a fellowship in primary care health policy at Georgetown University. Since then, Dr. Burke has worked in federal government, academic residency practice, and urgent care. He served as the new physician member to the American Academy of Family Physicians’ (AAFP) board of directors from 2016 to 2017. He is currently practicing in Arlington, VA. He has strong interests in the social determinants of health and in particular environmental determinants, as the climate crisis threatens to be the public health emergency of the 21st century.
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Thomas Baribeault is the founder of the Society for Opioid-Free Anesthesia (SOFA) and is currently serving as President. SOFA is a non-profit organization dedicated to education and research on opioid-free anesthesia and post-operative pain management. Thomas currently practices in Atlanta, Georgia and is responsible for implementing opioid free anesthesia and post-operative pain protocols. He received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the Ohio State University, a Master of Science in nursing and anesthesia residency from Case Western Reserve University and a doctorate in nursing practice and pain management fellowship from the University of South Florida.
- Don’t miss our blog on how the evolution of POCUS technology continues to advance perioperative care. (need link to blog)
- Read the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine’s (ASRA) statement on why POCUS technology continues to be an innovative tool.
- Learn about the Top 10 Perioperative Applications of Point-of-Care Ultrasound for Anesthesiologists.
- Here are recommendations for Acquiring and maintaining point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) competence for anesthesiologists.
- Take a reflective look back at how far we’ve come in POCUS for Perioperative Point-of-Care Ultrasonography.
Dr. Nicole Yedlinsky is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, KS. She received her medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA. She completed Family Medicine
Residency at Womack Army Medical Center, Fort Bragg, NC, and Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at VCU-Fairfax Family Practice, Fairfax, VA.
She practices family medicine, obstetrics, and sports medicine, and utilizes POCUS daily. She is registered in musculoskeletal ultrasonography (RMSK). Dr. Yedlinsky has established POCUS training for the family medicine residents, teaches MSK ultrasound to the sports medicine fellows, and is
developing curriculum for medical student ultrasound training.
Listen to Janelle Bludorn, PA-C, Assistant Professor at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill talk about POCUS for the digital generations and share her thought leadership.
Listen to Suean Pascoe, B. App.Sc (MRT, GradDip MedUS, AMS, Cert IV workplace training, GradCert Clinical Teaching (Melb), Director, Zedu Ultrasound Training Solutions, talk about how POCUS is revolutionizing Australian Medical Practices.
Join Professor Lichtenstein talk about POCUS: Learning from the Past and Moving to the Future.
Dr. Daniel Lichtenstein is medical intensivist, visiting Professor, working since 1989 at François Jardin’s medical I.C.U. Has defined in 1991 critical ultrasound as a holistic whole-body approach. Research mainly focused around lung ultrasound, using simple equipment, defining the BLUE-protocol (acute respiratory failure, FALLS-protocol (role of lung-rockets in circulatory failure), cardiac arrest (SESAME-protocol), various procedures (thoracentesis, subclavian venous line insertions, …). Regular textbooks since 1992 (last and 6th Edition, Lung Ultrasound in the Critically Ill, 2016, Springer), two dozen of original articles (critical, venous and lung ultrasound), 500 conferences, president of CEURF (international training center with personalized training at the bedside).
Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) is becoming a global movement. Listen to Prim. Dr Med. Ivica Zdravković a pioneer of POCUS in Serbia, talk about POCUS for Family Medicine Doctors in his country.
Listen to Deborah Crotty, RT (retired), RDMS(AB, NE, OB/GYN), RVT(VT) talk about POCUS, the technology of the future, and how it can create opportunities, not take them away. According to Deborah Crotty, RT (retired), RDMS(AB, NE, OB/GYN), RVT(VT), two-thirds of the world don’t have access to diagnostic imaging and many people are not aware of the advancements of Point-of-Care [Ultrasound]. POCUS can be a game changer and increased awareness is needed.
Listen to Professor Jason Moore, PhD talk about the application of mechanical engineer principles on improving ultrasound practice and medicine. He also shares about his most current research.