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Sonography Student Showcase

Presentation submissions for the 2023 Student Showcase is now closed. The full Showcase will be available to register and view on 27 November 2023.

The ASA is celebrating the next generation of sonographers. The 2023 Sonography Student Showcase aims to recognise the outstanding work of our students and trainees across Australia and New Zealand. Applications for this year's showcase is now open, and we encourage all ASA student members to submit a pre-recorded case presentation for inclusion in the series.

By submitting a presentation for the ASA’s Sonography Student Showcase, you will gain recognition from your profession and peers, practice for future abstract submissions at future conferences, build pre-record, editing and presentation skills and boost your confidence. It will also look great on your resume! 

Fantastic prizes on offer

ASA | Best Overall Presentation | Full ASA2024 Sydney Conference registration (virtual or in person) valued up to $1045

Aussie Locums | $150 Flight Centre travel voucher

Benson Radiology | $200 voucher

Capitol Health | Fujifilm Instax Mini 12 instant camera and film

IDX Group | Instant Fujifilm Instax Mini 40 Camera 

Lumus Imaging | Fitbit Charge 5

Mercy Radiology NZ | iPad and power bank

Perth Radiology Clinic | $250 Coles/Myer gift card

Qscan | $250 VISA debit card

Queensland X-Ray | $150 VISA digital gift card

SKG Radiology | $200 JB Hi-Fi voucher


Students must be a member of the ASA. If you are not an ASA student member, sign up for free HERE.

Pre-record your case presentation using Zoom, PowerPoint, Canva etc. Presentations can run for a minimum of 5 minutes, and a maximum of 10 minutes in duration and must be saved as MP4.

Your presentation may be centred on, but not limited to: 

  • an obscure pathology you have come across 

  • a good learning point you encountered 

  • a clinical obstacle you overcame 

  • a near miss that you learned from 

  • an assessment you submitted to your university 

  • a presentation given at your workplace.

For more ideas and information, click here.

Presentation template 

Slide 1: First slide to outline the presenter's name and university/state  

Slide 2: Background on patient presentation 

Slides 3-5: Key images / clips 

Slides 6-7: Learning points including background on pathology or near miss 

Slide 8: Beyond the scan – what happened next etc.  

Last slide: References 

Note: You may include more slides than outlined above, as long as the total duration is less than 10 minutes. The presentation must not contain any details of the workplace or identifying patient details (including scan date or location).

For more information please contact our professional development managers via email: cpd@sonographers.org or call Member Services +61 3 9552 0000 

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