Austere and Prehospital Ultrasound (APUS)
The College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation offers our APUS course. It consists of online learning and two days of hands-on skills. This course has been approved for Fellowship in the Academy of Wilderness Medicine (FAWM) credits through the Wilderness Medical Society. Actual credits awarded depend on personal credit needs and history.
If you only want online learning, enroll in the link below: On-demand, taken at your own pace (€75)
We are currently experiencing problems with our registration system. If you are interested in this course, please email us at email@example.com with the following information:
First name, Family name, email, Nationality and which course You want to take:
When we have received your email, we will send you a link for payment and as soon as this has been registered, you will gain access to the course
If you are coming for the classroom module, enroll in the link below: The eLearning module is included in your tuition.
- 7-8 October 2023, Pretty Bay, Malta (€450)
- 2-3 December 2023, Pretty Bay, Malta (€450)
Members of the College of Paramedics in the UK get a 10% discount.
The CoROM APUS Course is a two-day programme focusing on clinical practice in remote, austere and resource-limited environments.
It covers primary applications of emergency ultrasound modelled on the level-1 ultrasound qualification from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. Additionally, orthopaedic applications for ultrasound, tropical disease ultrasound and procedural ultrasound will be discussed. The course has online content to review before the classroom session arrives. We will provide live modules to practice during the classroom training, but please wear comfortable clothes.
We use live models for a realistic training experience and provide at least a 2:1 student-to-equipment ratio to ensure a significant hands-on experience for each delegate.
Wilderness Medical Society: This course has been approved for Fellowship in the Academy of Wilderness Medicine (FAWM) credits through the Wilderness Medical Society. Actual credits awarded depend on personal credit needs and history.
College of Remote and Offshore Medicine Foundation: A certificate is issued for 16 CPD hours on completion of this course.