Webinar | Fetal Echocardiography Beyond a Four Chamber View

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In this archived OAMRS Wednesday Webinar presentation, Jason Grabham (RDCS, FASE), Corporate Director, Strategic Partnerships at the WCUI, will discuss the importance of prenatal detection of congenital heart defects, while describing a comprehensive fetal cardiac exam utilizing a segmental approach to identify normal fetal cardiovascular anatomy.

Webinar at a Glance

Learning Hours: The webinar is approximately 1.0 hour in length.

Type of Learning: Online

Prerequisites: None

Completion Requirement: Watch the entire length of the video.

Speaker Information

Jason Grabham (RDCS, FASE), is a cardiac sonographer registered in pediatric, fetal and adult echocardiography. He began his career at the University of Kentucky Medical Center and has spent nearly 30 years in the field. Jason’s clinical experience includes leading large, nationally ranked echocardiography programs including Phoenix Children’s Hospital and the Cincinnati Children’s/Kentucky Children’s Joint Heart Program in Lexington. Throughout his career, Jason has focused heavily on programmatic and community outreach development, quality improvement and sharing his passion of delivering the highest quality imaging for patients with congenital heart disease. He is also a reviewer for the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission for pediatric and fetal laboratories and is a Fellow of the American Society of Echocardiography.

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