Irene A. Mynatt, DO
Medical school: Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: Emergency medicine, Drexel University
During this one-year fellowship, the fellow will have clinical responsibilities, educational responsibilities, research goals and administrative tasks to complete. The fellow will work closely with the fellowship director and faculty within the ultrasound division to maintain emergency ultrasound services.
The goal is to acquire specific skills related to academic ultrasound to allow the fellow to graduate and take positions of leadership within the medical community. The fellow with develop image acquisition, optimization, interpretation and application skills with hands-on learning. The fellow will assimilate computer video clip digital rendering, editing and optimization skills, including digital to DVD transition and other computer skills such as podcasting.
The emergency ultrasound fellow will design at least one research project to be submitted to the IRB and start the project during the fellowship. At least one abstract will be submitted and presented to a national meeting such as ACEP, SAEM or AIUM.
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