Feminem Honors: Dr. Patricia C. Henwood

Enjoy the next Thomas Jefferson Point-of-Care Ultrasound Educator of the Month Series!  This post is brought to you by Regan Tuder, MD, MS, second-year resident in Emergency Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.

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Resa E. Lewiss
Ultrasound Program Management

This book addresses the wide range of issues that face the program leader – from how to choose a site and how to negotiate for equipment, to how to determine staffing requirements and how to anticipate and defuse possible turf issues with other programs and services in the hospital or healthcare facility.

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Eden Lew
Practical Guide to Critical Ultrasound, Volume 2

The Practical Guide to Critical Ultrasound iBook in 2 volumes is a free resource for point-of-care users caring for patients in emergency and critical care environments. We designed this interactive image and narrated video focused book to be a quick reference and a just-in-time learning tool.

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Resa E. Lewiss
Practical Guide to Critical Ultrasound, Volume 1

The Practical Guide to Critical Ultrasound iBook in 2 volumes is a free resource for point-of-care users caring for patients in emergency and critical care environments. We designed this interactive image and narrated video focused book to be a quick reference and a just-in-time learning tool.

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Resa E. Lewiss
Feminem Honors: Dr. Jennifer Marin

Enjoy the next Thomas Jefferson Point-of-Care Ultrasound Educator of the Month Series!  This post is brought to you by Regan Tuder, MD, MS, second-year resident in Emergency Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.

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Resa E. Lewiss
Ultrasound guided peripheral IV: It’s time to clean up our act

Have you ever performed a procedure, when suddenly, you are overcome by a sinking feeling that something just is not right? A mix of fear, guilt, and anger: Fear that you endangered a patient, guilt that you missed an important step in the procedure, and anger at yourself for being careless. The oath we take as physicians echoes loudly: Primum non nocere. First, do no harm.

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Resa E. Lewiss