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Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Jane has been involved in organising both ASA and ASUM national conferences, as well as WFUMB 2019. She has presented at various national conferences, travelling workshops, and education evenings. She has co-authored two book chapters on Portal Hypertension and Transplant Renal Dopplers for Inside Ultrasound: Vascular Reference Guide.
Jane was awarded the ASA Pru Pratten award for ultrasound excellence in 2006.
Jane’s particular interests in ultrasound are chronic liver disease, transplant kidneys and contrast enhanced ultrasound.
Martin is a specialist sonographer and a clinical tutor of ultrasound imaging at Waikato Hospital, in Hamilton, New Zealand. Martin is an ultrasound enthusiast, clinical instructor, university lecturer, researcher, and an author or co-author of 25 peer reviewed scientific papers and clinical guidelines as well as a, author of a textbook on artifacts in diagnostic ultrasound. Martin is a prolific conference speaker, having contributed over 250 presentations, workshops, and webinars. Martin’s main areas of interest include general, vascular, neonatal and contrast-enhanced ultrasound. Martin is a strong advocate for efficient, evidence-based and clinically targeted utilisation of ultrasound imaging.
I-med Radiology (Queensland)
Craig has a passion for sharing knowledge and for the advancement of medical ultrasound capabilities. A Specialist Sonographer with over 15 years' experience, Craig has dedicated himself to training and mentoring Sonographers. Craig currently works between private practice for I-MED Radiology, The Wesley Hospital and at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (Qld Health) in Brisbane. Craig is a tutor for the Central Queensland University Medical Sonography course. Craig has a keen interest in Thyroid nodules and the application of the TI-RADS scoring system. By empowering and educating Sonographers, we can help to improve patient outcomes and reduce unnecessary thyroid biopsies.
Institution: Auckland University of Technology – Paramedic Lecturer -Workplace: Wellington Free Ambulance – Critical Care Flight Paramedic
Qualifications: Doctoral Candidate, CAHPU – eFAST, MHealSc (AeroRT), PGDip(AeroRT), PgCertHealSC, PgCert (Paramedic), BHSc (Paramedic).
Hannah is a Critical Care Flight Paramedic working in Wellington and postgraduate university lecturer at AUT University, New Zealand. Hannah has extensive experience in the ambulance and emergency care sector and is passionate about learning and continuing education to ensure that patients receive the highest standard of care. Hannah is currently completing her doctoral studies and is investigating how ultrasound can be integrated into resuscitation of patients who are in cardiac arrest. Her research aims to identify very ‘low flow’ states associated with pseudo pulseless electrical activity. Hannah is a mum to Sam and enjoys taking him on many adventures exploring the outdoors in her spare time.
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