PM&R Residents Teach Introductory Ultrasound Course

The Department of Rehabilitation Medicine is committed to providing education across the training spectrum.

On October 9th and 11th, PM&R residents Paul Bruhnding, Anthony Cavalli, and Deborah Hudleston helped teach an introductory ultrasound course to first year medical students. See the photos below of our residents providing their expertise and hands-on training.


PM&R resident with medical students
 PM&R resident with medical students  PM&R resident with medical students

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