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Date

2019

Abstract

Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is a safe and rapidly evolving diagnostic tool that has changed the practice of many hospital based specialties and has been introduced into Family Medicine residencies over the last few years.

While the UVMMC Family Medicine residency has introduced POCUS into the curriculum, many practicing physicians have limited knowledge about the technology. This study aims to document the views and concerns of primary care providers about use and implementation of POCUS.

Clinical Site

UVMMC Family Medicine - South Burlington, VT

Keywords

Point of Care Ultrasound, POCUS, Vermont

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Disciplines

Medical Education | Primary Care

Barriers to Implementation of Point-of-Care Ultrasound in Primary Care

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