Online Courses

Lunch + Learn Zoom *Free Resource*
Join us on July 25, 2024, at noon Pacific Standard Time for a Lunch + Learn Zoom Session. This month, we will focus on the non-gravid pelvic exam. Specifically, we will review IUD cases and...
Introduction to Non-Gravid + First Trimester Ultrasound
This introductory course begins with the foundations of ultrasound, including basic principles, image orientation, knobology, artifacts, and terminology. The non-gravid pelvic and first-trimester ultrasound exams include embryology, anatomy, scanning protocol, and complications, which are reviewed...
Ultrasound Review of Fetal Anomalies
This course reviews the ultrasound appearance of over 40 fetal anomalies. Bill speaks from experience and provides a comprehensive course of the fetal anomalies you are likely to run into during your career. Identifying abnormalities...
Ultrasound in the Third Trimester
This introductory course was developed for the practitioner who desires to add limited third trimester and the biophysical profile to their scope of service. The course begins with fundamentals, including ultrasound principles, knobology, artifacts, terminology,...
Introduction to OB GYN Ultrasound
This comprehensive course was created for women’s health practitioners who are interested in adding point-of-care ultrasound to their scope of practice. It consists of a combination of recorded lectures and hands-on scanning videos. We start...
Routine Growth + Anatomy Scan
This course reviews the Routine Fetal Anatomy Survey—CPT Code 76805. It includes a review of fetal anatomy, biometry, cervical and placenta evaluation, and scanning protocol. Practical scanning instruction is included to guide you through capturing...
Sonography of Twins
This course is ideal for the practitioner who would like a review of how to determine chorionicity in a multigestation pregnancy and how to identify abnormal findings. It reviews the three types of monozygotic twins...
Advanced Placenta, Cervix and Umbilical Cord
This course takes a deep dive into the placenta, cervix, and umbilical cord. Each section begins with the development and physiology providing a foundation and clues into what you might find during a pregnancy. Abnormal...
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