The NCUS is proud to host a mini-symposium pre- senting the most current information available in each of the topics presented. It will provide a forum to build practical knowledge and application for all levels of so- nographers from beginning to advanced. The Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers has approved the NCUS Fall Symposium for 7 CME credit hours . The par- ticipant will receive credit only for those hours actually spent in the educational activity. NCUS members enjoy a discount on meeting registration fees. Online registra- tion and membership is available at www.ncus.org
The North Carolina Ultrasound Society 2015 Fall Symposium will be held in Chapel Hill at the Friday Center (100 Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27599) on Saturday, October 17, 2015.
For CME opportunities, we have a fabulous lineup of speakers and, of course, vendors on hand to demonstrate the latest developments in sonographic technology. We look forward to seeing you there!
The North Carolina Ultrasound Society provides information and educational opportunities for sonographers in North Carolina and across the nation. NCUS hosts two CME meetings annually at various locations within the state. Through our site we keep you informed of our meetings and can help you find information about available on-line CME credits. Student members of the NCUS are provided several opportunities to participate in the NCUS through our Mentoring Program, Quiz Bowl and Scientific Exhibit Competitions.
NCUS publishes an informative on-line newsletter where members are welcome to contribute. Our redesigned web site makes it possible for members to communication with one another and the new Forum feature coming in February will further enhance peer communication. We are dedicated to serving Sonographers in NC and beyond.