Yale Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship
What You Should Know
1 -2 years, typically 1-3 fellows per year
HOW AND WHEN TO APPLY:
July thru October via www.eusfellowships.com.
- 8-9 attending shifts per month at both YNHH main campus, Shoreline (Guilford) campus, Chapel Street (Hospital St. Raphael) campus
- 8-10 hrs of scan shifts per week
- Goal of >800 scans in the year
- 4 hrs of section tape review weekly
- Weekly section meeting QA review of scans performed
- Teaching faculty / residents/ midlevels / students via bedside teaching, lectures & day courses
- Organizational assistance for the annual courses we hold
- Research involvement
- Competitive pay
- 4 wks. vacation
- CME budget
- National and International Teaching Opportunities
- ACEP, SAEM, AIUM, +/- SUSME
- The New England Ultrasound Course
- The Yale Caribbean Island Ultrasound Course
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. Please apply through the centralized EUS fellowships site. In general, it is helpful for candidates to submit their applications from June to September of each academic year.
Our “fleet” includes 6 Philips Sparqs, Zonare, 2 GE Vscans, Sonosite MicroMaxx, BK Medical Hawk XDI and a Sonosite 180 plus (used in the simulation center).
On all machines, our probes include: Phased array, Large footprint curvilinear, Small footprint curvilinear, Broadband linear, Endocavitary
All our images are captured on each individual machine’s hard drive and transmitted wirelessly via DICOM to Qpath for easy accessibility, review, and organization. We capture images as real-time short clips. Occasionally we record still images, but we do not use thermal printing since everything we have is electronic.
FAVORITE COURSE SO FAR:
The Caribbean Course!
“Yeah but did you scan it?”
SONGS WE LIKE TO SCAN TO:
- Brain Stew, Green Day
- Eyesight to the Blind, The Who
- Bad Liver and a Broken Heart, Hayes Carll