COVID and Events
For events that are now open to members the following restrictions apply:
- You must register for the event to be allowed entry
- Do not attend if unwell or in a period of self-isolation
- Maintain a 1.5 metre distance from others
- Food will be limited to individual packet servings (no shared platters or finger food)
- Minimise touching of surfaces
- Frequently wash your hands with soap and water or use hand sanitser during the event
- If you are in Australia you should download the government's COVIDSafe App.
The ASA Auckland Branch warmly invites you to attend an upcoming meeting that will focus on MSK ultrasound. Guest speakers, Alison Keay and Olwen Clarke, will use recent cases to support the discussion.
After the talks there will be an opportunity for live scanning in small groups with the aim of giving tips and pointers for finding "tricky bits", for improving the quality of your scans and answering questions you may have. Demonstrators for this section will be Alison and Olwen as above, but also Scott Allen and Yvonne Taylor. Both have been qualified for many years and are experienced MSK sonographers - Yvonne currently works in private practice for ARG and is involved in teaching, while Scott has his own practice, Sound Experience, which specialises in MSK diagnosis, rehabilitation, and learning.
|Non-member free - CPD certificate available for $25:
The following presenters will provide expertise and information:
- Alison Keay: A beginner's guide to ultrasound of the wrist
Alison is a senior sonographer with an interest in MSK ultrasound. Alison trained in Hamilton and has worked in Auckland and Sydney. She currently works in private practice for Mercy Radiology.
- Olwen Clarke: MSK lumps and bumps - the good, bad and nasty kind
Olwen is an experienced MSK sonographer. Currently she is Charge Sonographer at SRG and also works part-time at Middlemore Hospital. She has been qualified in diagnostic ultrasound for more years than she cares to remember and is passionate about learning and engaging with patients and fellow sonographers.
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