Second: I am working at a small hospital, and giving lectures on the side. I cannot wait to visit the town of Kerrville, TX to present some education to the wonderful sonographers there at a specific large hospital!
Of note: I have a student where I work. She is doing very well with the limited education she got at a for profit fly-by-night ultrasound school in Houston. On Wednesday of last week we had an educational meeting where I outlined what to do when she encounters a ruptured ectopic pregnancy. Lord Have Mercy! She was on call that very night and had a bleeder. The abdominal cavity was filled with blood. They did a great job and took her by air ambulance to a large hospital, and saved her life. My sonographer student NAILED the diagnosis. We are having a party for Logan on Monday morning. A success like this defines both a teachers role, and a willingness of a student to learn, and act. Logan, I am PROUD!