Welcome to
our next neonatal POCUS course in Gothenburg! 
January 25-27, 2023
Registration is now open!

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"From the Heart to the Lungs"
a lung-ultrasound
and functional echo course

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Nadya Yousef

Course director

Nadya Yousef, MD, MSc, is attending neonatologist working at South Paris University Hospital NICU in Paris, France. Dr Yousef received her medical degree from the University of Oslo in 1995 and her MSc from the University of South Paris in 2008. She is board certified in Pediatrics in Norway and France. Dr Yousef is a member of the French society of Neonatology, a member of the respiratory section of the ESPNIC, and a member of the ESPNIC working group on POCUS guidelines. Special interest areas include research on neonatal and pediatric respiratory conditions, point-of-care ultrasound in the NICU, and multidisciplinary national and international collaborations with focus on developing affordable non-invasive patient monitoring techniques using innovative technologies. Dr Yousef directs an ESPNIC-endorsed course on pediatric lung ultrasound held in Paris. She is a founding member of the French group for pediatric lung ultrasound (G-ECHO jr)

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Yogen Singh

Course director

Dr. Yogen Singh is a Full Professor of Pediatrics at the Loma Linda University School of Medicine, California and he has been a Consultant Neonatologist and Paediatrician with Expertise in Paediatric Cardiology at Cambridge University Hospitals since 2013. Prof. Singh is the Chair for ESPNIC Cardiovascular Dynamics Section and POCUS Working Group and as a lead author he has contributed to the ESPNIC hemodynamic monitoring guidelines for the use in neonates and children. He has special interest in neonatal and paediatric hemodynamics and advanced functional echocardiography imaging. He has published extensively in this field, over 50 papers and scholarly articles in the peer reviewed journals. Prof. Singh is passionate about echocardiography and point of care ultrasound (POCUS) training for the neonatal and paediatric intensivists so that they can be widely applied while making clinical decisions in emergency situations. He is the lead author for the ESPNIC evidence-based

Schedule

Wednesday, Jan 25
 

08.30-17.00

Echo day, theory and hands-on, only basic level

Thursday, Jan 26

08.30-17.00

Lung ultrasound day, theory and hands-on. Basic and advanced levels

Friday, Jan 27

08.30-17.00

Echo day, theory and hands-on. Only intermediate and advanced levels

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Our Sponsors

This course is kindly sponsored by