Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month #MUAM

October 2018 was the first time that the Society has celebrated Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month. 

We sourced practitioners, patients, students and educators to document the very wide world of ultrasound and how sonographers contribute so much to diagnosis and treatment.

A large quantity of fascinating content was generated ranging from the reflections of a newly qualified sonographer to a day in the life of an ultrasound programme director. From a case study on the use of ultrasound in breast biopsy to 'my adventures in ultrasound: a patient's perspective'.

We even had an ultrasound ghost story (well, it was Halloween) and the one thing on which all sonographers are agreed - the importance of MUAM cake.  

We are extremely grateful to all the authors who made such exciting and informative contributions.

Please follow the links below. Enjoy and be informed.

Previous MUAMs

This is Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month #MUAM
Includes a compendium of the many documents the SCoR has published about ultrasound.

Does the Society and College of Radiographers support ultrasound research?

A day in the life of an ultrasound programme director

New editions of ‘Greentop Guidelines’

AAA: the screening programme that has cut early deaths by half

Reflections of a newly qualified sonographer

Sonographers and the care given to bereaved families

How to become a sonographer

Obstetric anomaly scan improvement in Northern Ireland

AHPs Day is a great opportunity to promote Medical Ultrasound Awareness Month

Down’s syndrome screening quality assurance support service

A case study on the use of ultrasound in breast biopsy

The most common ultrasound enquiries

My Adventures with Ultrasound: A Patient Perspective

Direct entry ultrasound - one university's experience

Ultrasound: the student's perspective

Exciting time for sonographers to be increasing knowledge of multiple pregnancies

A day in the life of a paediatric sonographer

Can we move practical ultrasound skills training out of the busy department and on to campus?

My life as an SCoR Accredited Consultant Ultrasonographer

Direct entry undergraduate ultrasound education

An ultrasound ghost story for Halloween

How to make a #MUAM cake