Our attendees absolutely love our enhanced webinar and simulcast programs. Now we are extending those services even more. Advanced Health Education Center live webinars are now being offered all throughout the week and multiple times during each of these days. This is an easy and great way to stay up to date with current concerns or information within imaging sciences. In efforts to accommodate those … Continue reading AHEC’s Webinar Series Grows Again!
One of the unique features of Advanced Health Education Center (AHEC) is they never say “Never”. If there is a special educational request, they will find the experts that can deliver the training in a multitude of different formats. AHEC can and will work with physicians to do the following: Bring the specialty training to your location Find a convenient time when a private tutorial … Continue reading AHEC Makes House Calls to Meet Specialty Requests
At Advanced Health Education Center (AHEC), we often have individuals visit from other countries and incorporate an educational activity into their stateside visit. Last week we had two physicians from Poland who are currently on contract at the only hospital in Aruba. While they were here to formalize their ultrasound training, I had a chance to ask some questions about their travel experiences and how … Continue reading The Perks of Living the Life of a Health Care Traveler
Breaking News for Technologists! ARRT Changes The ARRT has posted proposed changes to its Rules and Regulations on its website under the tab “ARRT News” and “Your Chance to Comment”. All comments are due June 3, 2016 January 1, 2020 – A primary pathway (ARRT recognized sonography education program) will be your only option to pursue an ARRT sonography certification and registration January 1, 2017, … Continue reading Breaking News for Technologists!
One of my favorite late night shows was Jay Leno and his segments on “Jaywalking” This segment had Jay going to a public park or boardwalk and interviewing people with common questions. The questions were generally current events, current politics, or some common knowledge such as the capital of a state, or my favorite Question: “Why did women burn their bras in the ‘60”s (meaning … Continue reading Is It Apathy or Is It Ignorance?
We all can tell stories about the visit to the doctor’s office. It was too crowded. I had to wait too long. The Doctor was insensitive to my complaints. I left feeling confused. A friend recently described what the impending physician visit entailed: three days of surfing the internet until she had diagnosed her complaint, 1 hour travel to the doctor, 1 hour wait to … Continue reading Do You Shop Your Diagnosis Until The Doctor Tells You What You Want To Hear?