TITLE

American Medical Society for Sports Medicine recommended sports ultrasound curriculum for sports medicine fellowships

AUTHOR(S)
Finnoff, Jonathan T.; Berkoff, David; Brennan, Fred; DiFiori, John; Hall, Mederic M.; Harmon, Kimberly; Lavallee, Mark; Martin, Sean; Smith, Jay; Stovak, Mark
PUB. DATE
February 2015
SOURCE
British Journal of Sports Medicine;Feb2015, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
journal article
ABSTRACT
The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) developed a musculoskeletal ultrasound curriculum for sports medicine fellowships in 2010. As the use of diagnostic and interventional ultrasound in sports medicine has evolved, it became clear that the curriculum needed to be updated. Furthermore, the name 'musculoskeletal ultrasound' was changed to 'sports ultrasound' (SPORTS US) to reflect the broad range of diagnostic and interventional applications of ultrasound in sports medicine. This document was created to outline the core competencies of SPORTS US and to provide sports medicine fellowship directors and others interested in SPORTS US education with a guide to create a SPORTS US curriculum. By completing this SPORTS US curriculum, sports medicine fellows and physicians can attain proficiency in the core competencies of SPORTS US required for the practice of sports medicine.
ACCESSION #
100770811

 

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