2016 SCUF Conference
EMERGENCY ULTRASOUND FELLOWSHIPS

The Society for Ultrasound Fellowships (SCUF)
is excited to announce the
2017 Summit on Clinical Ultrasound Fellowships

Keynote Speaker: Resa Lewiss

Friday April 7 (1 - 5 pm) – Saturday April 8 (8:30am - 5pm)
at
George Washington University's Milken Institute School of Public Health in Washington D.C.

View SCUF 2017 Summit schedule

A conference designed for:

  • Emergency and Critical Care Directors
  • Ultrasound Fellowship Directors
  • Ultrasound Fellows
  • Others interested in POCUS

Download SCUF Schedule View SCUF 2017 Summit schedule

Join national leaders in interactive sessions and panel discussions on topics such as:

  • Ultrasound Research Funding and the NIH
  • Is 2017 the year for computerized match?
  • Must Know Literature for Ultrasound Fellows
  • PEM US and Fellowship Training
  • Critical Care Ultrasound Training
  • How do you teach? Fellowship educational methods
  • Accreditation and Certification Update & Discussion
  • More topics to be announced...

Lodging & Dining

You will find a wide range of accommodations within walking distance of the Foggy Bottom campus. Many hotels offer a discount if "GW" is mentioned when making reservations.

Please see the current Lodging & Dining list.

Space is limited!

Register for SCUF conference
For questions, contact:Keith Boniface at kboniface@mfa.gwu.edu

Who is SCUF?

The Society for Clinical Ultrasound Fellowships (SCUF) started as EUSFellowships in the spring of 2008 to support transparency and quality in Fellowships in Emergency Medicine focusing on clinician performed ultrasound. As a non-profit organization we balance the needs of the fellowship community including, fellowship programs, fellows and applicants. Our mission is to grow the Clinician Performed Ultrasound community, support collaboration and foster advanced training through one and two year fellowships.

History of Clinician Performed Ultrasound Fellowships

Emergency Ultrasound Fellowships, or Clinician performed ultrasound fellowships as they are now known started in the late 1990s in Chicago at Christ Hospital. Those first fellows are now leaders in this field. We have grown from a single fellowship to over 90 fellowships across North America. Each year there are around 70 applicants who apply for fellowship positions through EUSFellowships.com.

The National Ultrasound Fellowship Conference

On April 7th and 8th of 2016 we held the inaugural conference focusing on Clinician Performed Ultrasound Fellowships. This conference brought together national leaders on clinician performed ultrasound to discuss topics related to training and evaluating ultrasound fellows as well as initiating a national discussion on larger topics related to clinician performed ultrasound. We are building on the success of this conference this year. Come explore opportunities such as international projects or new research initiatives, and meet the leaders of the field and fellows from around the country.