A huge thank you to all the people that got the word out that we required 150 pregnant volunteers to assist with our Ultrasound scanning courses. So far we have around 140 Mum's to be volunteer for these scans, which are fun and give you the opportunity to not only help train doctors of the future but get another look at baby before they arrive at no cost. This is not a one off for us, we constantly require pregnant volunteers so if you know of anyone who can help us and they
The ABC visited the AIU head office this week to report on our amazing volunteer program that we run. We all had great fun and you guys are welcome back anytime. See their interview by selecting the link below. https://www.facebook.com/ABCGoldCoast/videos/237076743638333/ #ABC #AIU
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Maybe you know someone who would? The Australian Institute of Ultrasound, located in Broadbeach, is always looking for mothers to be to volunteer to help train Doctors in Ultrasound techniques. However, this month due to the success of our training courses, we require an extraordinary amount of Mum's to be! We are looking for all stages of pregnancy but always have a large demand for volunteers at under 14 weeks. The great news about th
The AIU supported Sprung www.sprung.org.au last week and also helped promote our EMPAED course. Sprung is a not for profit organisation based in Northern Rivers that provides dance and theatre workshops for those with disabilities. #sprung #AIUGivesBack #sprungorgau
Join us for Resus @ The Harbour 2018 at the ICC Sydney from 17 – 19 September 2018 Be part of the only multidisciplinary resuscitation conference in NSW and top up your
resuscitative ultrasound knowledge, test your skills, get inspired and broaden your horizon… International speakers such as Mel Herbert, Scott Weingart, Ben Abella, Tim Hardcastle and Mark Wilson talked to you live from the US, UK and South Africa, and you heard real cardiac arrest victims and their rescuers
Dear Kim, Jenny & Ange, We have completed our medical mission to Zambia and are pleased to report all went well. The clinics averaged 166 patients a day and the midwives were kept very busy with the ultrasound. 3 breeches and 1 fetal death in utero were diagnosed. Several low lying placentas were referred on for follow up ultrasound. 2 patients who had been receiving ante natal care for 4 months were found not to be pregnant. Most places had no beds and the patients layed on