Maverick Medical Education courses are a great resource for nurse anesthesia students. Maverick courses provide additional education on pharmacology, anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, and the use of ultrasound in their regional nerve block and POCUS courses. These courses are taught by highly experienced instructors who possess a deep understanding of the subject matter and can provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to excel in the field. Additionally, the courses are interactive and use the flipped classroom style of education, which helps students stay engaged and motivated. This interactive approach allows students to practice and develop their skills in a safe, realistic simulation environment. Furthermore, the courses provide students with an opportunity to network with future peers and connect with potential employers. These aspects combine to make Maverick Medical Education courses an excellent choice for nurse anesthesia students.
Courses offered to physicians include ultrasound guided regional anesthesia, point-of-care ultrasound, and chronic pain management. Specific courses are:
Regional Anesthesia Essential Techniques
For those providers looking for basic ultrasound techniques and less complicated extremity nerve blocks. This course teaches students a basic understanding of sonography and aids in the hand-eye concepts of ultrasound. The course includes an online didactic foundational learning component along with a two-day flipped classroom style hands-on cadaver lab using the Maverick patented pulsatile cadaver system.
Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS)
For providers interested in using the ultrasound as an assessment tool in their practice. This course covers cardiac, pulmonary, gastric and DVT assessment along with eFAST and venous access using ultrasound. This course includes an online didactic foundational learning component and a one-day scanning lab instructed by experts in this field.