The University of British Columbia Department of Emergency Medicine Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Fellowship Program aims to develop future leaders in POCUS both in urban and rural communities across Canada.
POCUS is now a core competency for both emergency medicine training and practice. This fellowship is a 9-month curriculum designed to train emergency physicians to be leaders in point of care ultrasound in Canada. Fellows will develop expertise in sonography, teaching, research, and administration.
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UBC offers two separate streams within the POCUS fellowship: