• What national guidelines are followed by this course?

    The guidelines followed are from the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), The American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine (AIUM), and the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC).

  • Who should take this course?

    Registered nurses, nurse practitioners, registered diagnostic medical sonographers, physician assistants, and physicians. Please contact us if you have a question about a medical professional not listed here.

  • Can several medical professionals go through the training at one time?

    Each student must enroll separately. Shared enrollment is not allowed. Only one student can receive CEUs per enrollment. If you have two or more medical professionals within your clinic who would like training, we do offer a group discount. Please click on the contact page to make a request.

  • Can a LVN/LPN perform limited obstetrical ultrasound scans?

    You will want to check with your state's Board of Nursing. Each state is different.

  • Can I take the course more than once?

    Yes, you can retake or review the course as many times as you would like within a 6-month period.

  • How long do I have access to my course?

    The course is available to you for 6 months after the date of purchase.

  • Can I stop and start the course when it's convenient for me?

    Yes, you can. This is one of the many benefits of taking an online course. When you log back in to continue, go to your Dashboard and the site will take you to the spot you left off.

  • Will I be ready to perform scans after completing this course?

    This course is the first step of a two-step process to becoming proficient in providing limited obstetric ultrasounds. This course is the didactic component of your education. The second step is the clinical practicum to put this knowledge into use by performing 50-75 supervised scans. See the FAQ "Who teaches the hands-on component?"

  • Who teaches the hands-on component?

    The additional clinical hands-on training is your next step in becoming proficient in performing limited obstetric ultrasound scans in a medical clinic setting. Medical best practice standards require a medical professional to complete 50-75 supervised scans or until deemed competent by an RDMS, a physician trained in OB ultrasound, or your medical director. UDMC and our instructors recommend Jamie Hay with Ultrasound Assistance. Email Jamie at jhay@ultrasoundassistance.com.

  • How can I ask the questions?

    You can ask a question by clicking on the "Discussion" tab or email your questions to Reneé Wooten. You will receive a response within two business days or sooner. See the "Contact" tab.

  • When do I receive my CEs?

    With the successful completion of the Ultrasound Didactic MasterClass, you are able to print your Certificate of Completion.

  • Who is the continuing education provider?

    The Women's Health Network, LLC is an approved continuing education provider by The American Institute of Health Care Professionals, Inc. You will receive 8.0 CEs upon completion of this course. We are awaiting approval from the California Board of Registered Nursing for 8-10 CEs.

  • Refund Policy

    See the refund policy on the menu at the bottom of the website.