IAEM – “Using Ultrasound for Fluid Responsiveness” – Dr. Joshua Guttman

Időpont: 19 April 2021, 20:00-21:00

We are honored to host Dr. Joshua Guttman for a clinical zoom session on the topic of “Using Ultrasound for Fluid Responsiveness”

Meeting ID – 830 7793 7791
Passcode – 828409

Dr. Joshua Guttman was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. He earned his medical degree at the McGill University Faculty of Medicine and continued to complete a residency in Emergency Medicine at McGill University, where he was chief resident. He then completed a fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, in New York, NY.

Currently, Dr. Guttman is an assistant professor and the ultrasound fellowship director at the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA. His fellowship program was among the first accredited ultrasound fellowship programs in the United States. Dr. Guttman serves as the associate director of the POCUS curriculum for the Foundations of mergency Medicine national ultrasound curriculum. He founded and is course director for the “Unmute your probe” virtual ultrasound course series sponsored by the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM). Dr. Guttman also serves on the board of the AAEM Emergency Ultrasound Section as well as the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Accreditation Council. Dr. Guttman is an invited speaker on point-of-care ultrasound on both the national and international stage. Dr. Guttman is an author of multiple book chapters and review articles on both ultrasound and other Emergency Medicine topics. His current research includes qualitative ultrasound educational research and novel applications of cardiac POCUS.

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