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Resource Feature: New ACP POCUS Module: Patient-Centered Scanning

This resource is part of the American College of Physicians (ACP) Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) series and is free to ACP Members.

Communication is a central part of an excellent, patient-centered POCUS exam. In this module you'll learn how to establish a shared set of expectations with care teams and patients about what will happen before, during, and after a POCUS exam, so that everyone involved has a respectful experience. You'll also learn to refine your procedural, verbal, and nonverbal communication skills to ensure your patients understand the expectations and limitations of a POCUS exam.

Learn more about ACP POCUS: Patient-Centered Scanning

ACP produces interactive learning modules that cover a range of topics that are highly relevant to today's practicing internists. These modules cover clinical topics as well as practice issues, ethics, and other areas of interest to our members. Explore the modules library in the Online Learning Center.

Back to the May 2022 issue of ACP Global