The EDE 2 Course

The Emergency Department Echo ("EDE") 2 Course is an advanced emergency ultrasound course that will take the seasoned practitioner to the next level. EDE 2 has been created by a team of over a dozen editors, authors, and translators from across the country. Although it brings you new indications, EDE 2 retains the principles of the original EDE course including chapters and power point presentations that stick to the essentials, an emphasis on learning image generation, and the straightforward and safe incorporation of EDE into clinical practice.

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Upcoming Courses

St. Paul's EM Update

Sep 26 - 26, 2017

This course is being held at Lions Gate Hospital in association with St. Paul's EM update. The conference website is http://ubccpd.ca/course/sphemerg-2017
First dibs for spots go to conference attendees until June 26. When you register for St. Paul’s EM Update, please indicate your interest in taking the course in the designated spot with your conference registration. A list of those interested in taking the course will be sent to EDE 2 after June 26. EDE 2 will contact you in late June if you have a spot. Spots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis. If you do not receive a spot, you can get on the wait list. After June 26, if there are any remaining spots, they will be released for anyone to grab. If you are interested in attending the course but do not plan to attend the conference, please sign up on the wait list.
Day 1 consists of completing online modules. The online modules are in cutting edge and interactive format. They allow participants to go through the material at their own pace, at a time of their own choosing, and as often as they like. The modules have been designed to make the learning experience informative, interesting and more importantly... enjoyable. The modules can be completed using a desktop computer, laptop, iPad, or other tablet. The live part of the course drops down to 1 day and mostly consists of scanning, with brief mini-lectures and/or demos to remind participants how to do the scan. The course manual is the book titled “Essentials of Point-of-Care Ultrasound”. Participants can choose the print or eBook version. Participants pay a reduced rate if they get the eBook on iBooks.

St. Paul's EM Update

Sep 27 - 27, 2017

This course is being held at Lions Gate Hospital in association with St. Paul's EM update. The conference website is http://ubccpd.ca/course/sphemerg-2017
First dibs for spots go to conference attendees until June 26. When you register for St. Paul’s EM Update, please indicate your interest in taking the course in the designated spot with your conference registration. A list of those interested in taking the course will be sent to EDE 2 after June 26. EDE 2 will contact you in late June if you have a spot. Spots will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis. If you do not receive a spot, you can get on the wait list. After June 26, if there are any remaining spots, they will be released for anyone to grab. If you are interested in attending the course but do not plan to attend the conference, please sign up on the wait list.
Day 1 consists of completing online modules. The online modules are in cutting edge and interactive format. They allow participants to go through the material at their own pace, at a time of their own choosing, and as often as they like. The modules have been designed to make the learning experience informative, interesting and more importantly... enjoyable. The modules can be completed using a desktop computer, laptop, iPad, or other tablet. The live part of the course drops down to 1 day and mostly consists of scanning, with brief mini-lectures and/or demos to remind participants how to do the scan. The course manual is the book titled “Essentials of Point-of-Care Ultrasound”. Participants can choose the print or eBook version. Participants pay a reduced rate if they get the eBook on iBooks.

CHUL, Québec

le 8 - 8 novembre, 2017

Ce cours public sera tenu en français au CHUL à Québec. Le cours est maintenant offert le nouveau format. Le cours est toujours un cours qui dure 2 jours. Mais «jour 1» consiste à compléter les modules en ligne. Les modules sont à l’avant-garde et très interactifs. La partie en direct du cours dure 1 jour ("Jour 2"). Jour 2 est principalement consacré à des ateliers, avec des mini-présentations pour rappeler aux participants comment effectuer les ÉDU.
Le livre ÉDU réunit les manuels des cours ÉDU et ÉDU 2. Vous pouvez choisir le livre imprimé ou le livre numérique. Vous aurez l’option d’acheter le livre imprimé lorsque vous vous inscrivez pour le cours. Si vous préférez le livre numérique, il peut être acheté au iBooks. Le livre numérique coûte environ 20 $, mais s'il vous plaît noter qu'il est uniquement disponible pour iPad ou pour les ordinateurs Mac avec iBooks installé.

CHUL, Québec

le 9 - 9 novembre, 2017

Ce cours public sera tenu en français au CHUL à Québec. Le cours est maintenant offert le nouveau format. Le cours est toujours un cours qui dure 2 jours. Mais «jour 1» consiste à compléter les modules en ligne. Les modules sont à l’avant-garde et très interactifs. La partie en direct du cours dure 1 jour ("Jour 2"). Jour 2 est principalement consacré à des ateliers, avec des mini-présentations pour rappeler aux participants comment effectuer les ÉDU.
Le livre ÉDU réunit les manuels des cours ÉDU et ÉDU 2. Vous pouvez choisir le livre imprimé ou le livre numérique. Vous aurez l’option d’acheter le livre imprimé lorsque vous vous inscrivez pour le cours. Si vous préférez le livre numérique, il peut être acheté au iBooks. Le livre numérique coûte environ 20 $, mais s'il vous plaît noter qu'il est uniquement disponible pour iPad ou pour les ordinateurs Mac avec iBooks installé.

Hôpital générale juif, Montréal

le 13 - 13 novembre, 2017

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Hôpital générale juif, Montréal

le 14 - 14 novembre, 2017

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The EDE Book

This "how-to" guide book contains over 700 illustrations, photos, and ultrasound images which show you how to perform the scan and how to recognize positive and negative images. As well, the book focuses on how you can incorporate these images into your clinical decision-making.