PoCUS training in Nhulunbuy – Free Places Available
NT Regional Training Hub and the Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM) are excited to be offering a PoCUS workshop in Nhulunbuy
Who should attend?
This training is for doctors new to ultrasound and for those looking to expand their skills
3-Day Workshop Program
Friday 12th May 5pm-9pm session
Gallbladder, renal, liver, AAA. This session is standalone and complements the Sat and Sun sessions.
Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th May all day (single day workshop repeats) –
All other topics including eFAST, Vascular Access, Soft Tissue, Nerve Blocks, DVT
Saturday 13th May networking dinner hosted by NT PHN
A free networking dinner will be held at the Walkabout Tavern
Dr Nadi Pandithage
Dr Nadi is a senior emergency physician who has worked in Darwin for over 20yrs. Dr Nadi joined PoCUS enthusiasts late in her career when she noted that there was a deficit in PoCUS teaching and training in Darwin, and wanted to train herself up so she could support her trainees. After completing a Diploma of Diagnostic Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine Dr Nadi is totally swept off her feet with all the ways that PoCUS can make medical practice safer, more time efficient and just so much better for everybody! Dr Nadi is now the Chair of ACEM’s ED Ultrasound Committee, the Clinical Lead of ED ultrasound training at RDPRH and a passionate supporter of PoCUS teaching not only in the NT but worldwide! Dr Nadi is really looking forward to returning to Nhulunbuy to run another PoCUS Workshop.
Dr Justine Miller
Dr Justine is an Emergency Physician at RDPH with an interest in PoCUS
Ms Liz Jarvis
Liz is a Sonographer working in Nhulunbuy, where she has an opportunity to work both at GDH and in remote communities. Liz has been involved with PoCUS training at RDH.
Ms Andrea Laracy
Andrea has worked as a Sonographer and radiographer in various settings and locations since graduating from QUT in 1998. She is currently employed at GDH
Expression of Interest