One day I want to attend training at Conquest Imaging. What steps would you recommend to techs that want to learn some ultrasound service training on their own? Also, what approaches have you found to be successful when techs request training funds from supervisors and hospital administration?

I would recommend reading about the physics of ultrasound first. There are many textbooks available in the market. For example, “Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging: Inside Out” from Thomas L. Szabo. Also, Conquest Imaging offers a training class called “Introduction to Diagnostic Ultrasound” that explains how to troubleshoot ultrasound systems.

These days, many hospitals are bringing ultrasound service in-house to save costs. If the hospital uses a specific model as a main platform, it is easier to justify training based on the potential savings.

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