Webinar: Vascular Ultrasound - Help I don't do arms

17th Mar 2021

This webinar will cover the various reasons to scan the arm veins, including Point of Care Ultrasound learning objectives. We will cover how to scan the arm veins in a systematic and easy to learn PoCUS approach, with a recorded video demonstration.

We will cover anatomy, technique and pathology. There will be input from an educator, point of care ultrasound expert physician and Sonographer, who will discuss their expectations of how radiology and point of care physicians can work together to support training and good governance in imaging the ultrasound anatomy of the arm and diagnosis of upper limb DVT, wherever this takes place.

Delivered by
Vascular Access and other uses of PoCUS in the arm and neck, Mr Simon Richards, Head of Ultrasound Program, Teesside University
PoCUS and Radiology approaches to diagnosing arm DVT, Borsha Sarker, Research Sonographer, Leeds
Training PoCUS People and Governance in PoCUS, Dr Bob Jarman, Emergency Medicine Consultant and Honorary Prof, Teesside University

The webinar will be streamed live at 7pm on Wednesday 17th March and will be complimented by a live Q and A session on Wednesday 17th March @ 8.00pm

The webinar is scheduled for release at 7pm Wednesday 17th March. The Webinar will be available to watch from 7pm on 17th March until midday on 30th March.

You will receive attendance details before 16th March via email. Please look out for these.


  • Member - Free

  • Non-Member - £15 (6 Webinar's in a 12-month period equal the average BMUS Membership rate

Bookings close on 16th March at Midday.

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