Basic FATE Course – University of Minnesota, March 30, 2019
Basic cardiac ultrasound (FATE) course for physicians of all specialties facing acute patients, e.g. anesthesiologists, intensivists, emergency physicians, internists, surgeons, general practitioners. Register at z.umn.edu/FATE.
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BASIC FATE (FOCUS ASSESSED TRANSTHORACIC ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY)
FATE is the original focused cardiac echo protocol practiced since 1989. FATE is learned quickly and easily and can be applied in a multitude of clinical scenarios: perioperative as well as in intensive care medicine, emergency medicine and resuscitation – there are no limitations. FATE also provides a quick guidance to interpret sonocardiographic findings and how to put them into clinical context.
Basic FATE (e-learning + one day Hands-on-Training course): Based on two dimensional imaging of the easiest cardiac views including M-mode.
Provide the attendees with basic sonocardiographic needs for the noncardiologist in order to guide cardio-pulmonary optimization.
WHO CAN ATTEND
Physicians of all specialties facing acute patients, e.g. anesthesiologists, intensivists, emergency physicians, internists, surgeons, general practitioners.
No prior ultrasound experience is required. The course will consist of e-learning modules and hands on training.
$1000 – Incl. e-learning, 1-day workshop, breakfast and lunch
Bentson Healthy Communities Innovation Center
308 SE Harvard St, Minneapolis, MN 55455
FATEworkshop@umn.edu or +1-612-624-9165
Full programme available here: FATE Overview-March 2019